Michael Andrew Hart, based in Lexington, KY, is an Investment Advisor with 8 years of experience. Michael is employed by Wallace Hart Capital Management, which provides investment advisory services for 171 clients.
|FINRA Active||Previously (View Finra BrokerCheck CRD#6027005)|
|SEC Active||Yes (View SEC IAPD CRD#6027005)|
|Office Address||1792 Alysheba Way #390, Lexington, KY 40509|
|Total Years Registered||8 years|
|Total Registered Employers||2|
|Works for an investor.com Trusted firm?||Yes|
Wallace Hart Capital Management, registered in 2017, is a Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) in 6 state(s) with a licensed staff of 4 advisors. Wallace Hart Capital Management manages $173.0 million and provides investment advisory services for 171 clients (1:43 advisor/client ratio).
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Michael Andrew Hart is a Investment Advisor at Wallace Hart Capital Management. There are three types of financial advisors: Investment Advisors, Brokers, and Dually Registered professionals (advisors who operate as both a broker and an investment advisor).
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Michael has been registered as a financial advisor (Investment Advisor) for 8 years.
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