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What Are You Doing Today for Yourself Tomorrow?

I am David A. Carter, a wealth manager with First Financial Equity Corporation, and since 1999, I have been empowering individuals, families, institutions and business owners increase the comfort level they have with their financial position. I have worked with individuals and institutions from all backgrounds and understand the unique challenges that each investor faces. I hope to assist you in reaching your financial goals, today and in the future.

Simply put, I care about my clients. I specialize in fixed income and equity investment management. I work with clients throughout the country. Contact me today to see how my personalized, experienced approach can help find a solution to your specific needs.

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