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Bradford Pine Wealth Group
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Brad Pine is a wealth adviser and president of Bradford Pine Wealth Group, based in Garden City, N.Y. BP Wealth Group assists individuals and entrepreneurs to create wealth, simplify their lives and plan for retirement.
Honesty, integrity and reliability are the foundations of Pine's investment philosophy. His team of seasoned professionals bring a personalized approach to the life planning process, and individual attention is provided to every client, often building a life-long relationship.
This safety measure is one every investor needs in times of extreme stock market turbulence (like right now), and it requires the right kind of active management.
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