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RIAs who trade very much seek to know more at a mile-high NAAIM Conference

The 24-year-old group makes its first dedicated market hire and continues to demand respect

Author Guest Columnist Tim Welsh May 2, 2013 at 8:11 PM
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At the Red Rocks resort this week, Denver lay at the feet of the 100 advisors who subscribe to active managing of portfolios.

Stephen Wershing

Stephen Wershing

May 16, 2013 — 7:42 PM

Tim,

Nice article. And thanks for the mention! FYI – there is no “c” in Wershing – there was a typo in NAAIM’s program! Hope to see you at another conference.


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