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Lon Morton shows how to sell to a bank and live happily ever after -- but don't try this at home

Morton Capital weathered five years of rough seas but ultimately the misfortunes of its original bank owners accrued to his benefit

Author Brooke Southall October 31, 2013 at 8:23 PM
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Lon Morton: They knew it wasn't a discussion we were interested in having.

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Frank Troise

Frank Troise

October 30, 2013 — 6:38 PM

Congrats to Lon and team!

Frank S. Arvai

Frank S. Arvai

October 30, 2013 — 9:12 PM

I met Lon at one of the Baron Top Wealth manager summit’s and it is easy to see what a fine person and advisor he is.

Congrats to Lon and all the team members.


George Weinstock

George Weinstock

November 1, 2013 — 7:29 PM

Lon Morton is an exceptional person with a clear sense of pride, involvement, and intelligence. His success is a result of his knowledge, intellect, and hard work. I have known Lon as a friend and advisor for many years and I respect and admire his approach to life, his family, his employees, his friends, and to his work. What you have read in this article is a testimonial to all that.

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