Houston Investors Association Meeting, Nov 14
Founder and President, SumGrowth Strategies
Topic: “True Sector Rotation: Breaking Through the Efficient Frontier?”
Automated “True Sector Rotation” enables investors to concentrate on strategy and portfolio construction without the burdensome and confusing process of selecting, tuning, and interpreting indicator algorithms. Its underlying mathematics optimally extracts trend signals from market data by employing the cross-disciplinary sciences of electronic signal processing and matched filter theory. By owning only the trend leader, one can simultaneously improve returns and reduce risk. Although complex “under the hood,” it’s simple interface and automated trade alerts make it easy to use.
Attend this meeting to learn:
How “True Sector Rotation” changes the risk-reward game
How to build high performance, low drawdown portfolios
How a strategy-of-strategies further reduces investment risk
Scott Juds has over 30 years of experience in both hands-on and executive level positions at multiple engineering/technology based companies. He is the named inventor on over 40 U.S. and foreign patents and a published author. He holds electrical engineering degrees from University of Wisconsin and Stanford and is a registered professional engineer. He started developing what is now SumGrowth’s investment product, “SectorSurfer”, in 1992 to improve his personal investment performance.
See Location for details on meeting location.
SIGs begin at 8:30am; 9:30am SIGS will not be held.
This is a special two-hour presentation, beginning approximately 9:30am.
Upcoming HIA Programs
The following programs are planned for future HIA meetings. See Locations for directions to the meetings
- May 13: John Bott, economist
- June 10: Andrew Oskoui, Blue Tower Asset Management
- July 8: HIA Stockmarket Roundtable
- August 12: Chris Tomlinson, Business Editor for Chronicle
Houston Investors Association usually meets on the second Saturday of each month at the University of Houston central campus, in the University Center (Student Center South, building 565) . The usual meeting rooms are on the second floor. The date and rooms may vary, so check the published meeting notice.
Usual Meeting Location
Note that the official building address (4455 University Dr.) is not the physical address! Follow the map!
Parking is available in parking lot 20A to the east of the UC, on Calhoun. Other parking is sometimes available, but on your first visit it is easier to park in lot 20A.