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Brent M. Wilsey, Registered Investment Adviser

President, Wilsey Asset Management

Phone: 858.546.4306
Toll-free: 800.769.4573
www.wilseyassetmanagement.com
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Brent M. Wilsey is a highly regarded registered investment adviser and a seasoned financial strategist with over 40 years of experience. Wilsey owns and operates San Diego-based Wilsey Asset Management, through which he offers day-to-day investment guidance to both individuals and corporations. Having opened his LPL branch office in 1992, Wilsey and his firm now manage over $200 million in assets. He has served as a guest commentator on TV and radio shows, including FOX Business, CNN and CNBC. Wilsey has also been called upon by top-tier print and online media, including Barron's, Business Week and Forbes. For the past 15 years, Wilsey has hosted AM760-KFMB's weekly Smart Investing Show every Saturday at 8 a.m. PT. In addition, Wilsey penned a weekly article for the San Diego Daily Transcript for 16 years and continues to do so via his firm's newsletter that focuses on the fundamentals of investing.

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