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16520 Wedge Pkwy, Suite 300
Reno, NV 89511

Nevada Investment Management

(775) 826-8122

 
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We are Nevada’s Retirement Income Specialists

Providing Sound Investment Decisions through Uncertain Times

We believe that we have a huge fiscal, ethical and moral responsibility to our clients, most of whom invest a substantial portion of their life savings with us. A large majority of our clients are either retired or very close to retirement - the very people who can least afford to lose their hard-earned savings - and it is for their welfare that our firm exists. Our clients can expect to feel comfortable and confident that we are passionately committed to the fulfillment of our responsibilities to them. 

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