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    Investment Advisory Service in Salem

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    Business Listing   Dollinger Daniel T CFP - Salem, OR - Phone: (503) 363-1550

    Business Listing   Executive Advisors LLC - Salem, OR - Phone: (503) 581-7111

    Business Listing   Goldmark Financial Planners Wolfgang Sailler CFP - Salem, OR - Phone: (503) 375-0208

    Business Listing   Investment Planning Consultants - Salem, OR - Phone: (503) 364-2732

    Business Listing   Northwest Financial Inc Private Consultants - Salem, OR - Phone: (503) 390-5979

    Business Listing   Rock River Financial - Salem, OR - Phone: (503) 316-8000

    Business Listing   Wealth Advisors LLC - Salem, OR - Phone: (503) 365-2982

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    Helpful Definition for: Investment Advisory Service

    Investment advisory service in Salem may refer to a form of business that provides investing advice or counsel to an investor in exchange for a fee. They may be of the form of interaction directly with the clients by managing their assets or may provide passive, general advice on which securities or industries will improvise. Investment advisory services in Salem are meant to manage a certain amount of money. The actions of all investment advisory services are governed by the Investment Advisors Act of 1940. Importantly, it is a criminal offense for investment advisory services to provide false or misleading information, and to sell or buy their own securities to or from a client.

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