CEO Edward Foy to present findings to National Association of Active Investment Managers
LINCOLN, Neb., Jan. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Lincoln, NE based financial advisory and management firm Foy Financial Services, Inc. announced that after extensive research, the firm discovered a means of determining actionable and timely identification of trend reversals for financial instruments.
“This is a total game changer,” says Edward Foy, President and Chief Investment Officer of Foy Financial Services, Inc. and owner of the trend reversal tool. Trend-following is an established means of monitoring variable investments. The key is determining when the current trend is changing and having enough opportunity to act on the information.
Foy says, “It comes down to having an effective, walk/don’t walk traffic signal. In big cities it is critical to know when it is safe to cross and not cross. It can be dangerous and expensive, crossing against those signals, especially when traffic is heavy,” said Foy.
Foy is finalizing a white paper that will be presented to the National Association of Active Investment Managers on his discovery and is currently using these indicators in his registered investment advisory firm, Foy Financial Services, Inc.
“The beauty of this indicator is that it’s built with established, proven market oscillators and presents a clean, clear visual picture. You just need to know how to line up the oscillators,” said Foy.
For more information on the SELECTOR® Trend Reversal Indicator, contact Foy Financial Services, Inc. at Email, or call (800)-456-4380
Foy Financial Services, Inc. is a registered investment advisory firm, providing investment advisory services for both individual and corporate investors through direct services, sub-advisory agreements, and solicitor’s agreements. Direct services are provided for investors who receive advisory services, focusing on portfolio management, estate planning, retirement planning, and asset allocation. Foy Financial Services Inc. monitors client portfolios, makes ongoing changes in asset allocation as market conditions change and communicates frequently with clients and advisors via monthly and quarterly commentaries and reports.