David Garrett

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“As the Manager at Garrett Capital Investment Management, David Garrett delivers consistent and favorable returns for his private clients by staying vigilant, responsive, and providing a transparent service model.”
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Garrett Capital Investment Management

Job Title:

Manager

Biography:

David Garrett is the Manager at Garrett Capital Investment Management in Salt Lake City, UT. David and his team are committed to helping people create solutions for their investment and retirement assets. Once they understand their clients' risk tolerance, time horizon, and goals, they will work diligently to develop a portfolio that carefully balances investment strategies with preserving principal.

David knows that today’s economic environment brings challenges. But along with challenges come opportunities and potential rewards. David and his team work closely with Financial Advisors and clients to evaluate those opportunities and get in position to reap the rewards. They enjoy helping people build a solid financial foundation for the future.

David takes an active role in the management of his clients' portfolios. Garret Capital and clients have grown to expect results in bull and bear markets. Over the last 20 years, they have delivered consistent and favorable returns for our private and institutional clients by staying vigilant and responsive.

Education:

MA, Applied Economics, Utah State University
MBA Food and Agribusiness, Royal Agricultural University

CRD Number:

1114266

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