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5488 East State Road 46
Bloomington, IN 47401

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Otto Ray

(812) 331-7588

 
Making Your Tax Bracket Work Events on Wall Street The Power of Compound Interest The Cost of Procrastination

Why Otto Ray?

  1. 29 years Experience in the Financial Services Industry, with 18 years as a Fully Licensed Financial Adviser
  2. One-on-one Financial Consulting, Advising, Retirement Planning, Wealth Management

Why Phoenix Financial?

  1. We Establish Long and Trusted Relationships
  2. We Simplify the Process of Investing and Managing Risk
  3. We Provide Ethical Client Service
  4. We Make Surpassing Service Expectations a Priority

Note from Otto Ray:

"It is important to me to devote more attention to meeting the needs and protecting the interests of my current clients by analyzing both the market and economic fundamentals and trends than I do welcoming new clients."


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