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It is my hope that whether you're a long time client of Nickel Investment Advisors, Inc. or just visiting that you will find this web site a useful investment tool. You can use one of the many calculators to customize scenarios for your retirement and estate planning. If you are just getting started with your planning, be sure to check out one of the e-seminars on investment basics.

If you have any questions about the site or any other matter, I am always happy to meet with you or take your call.

With PATIENCE, DISCIPLINE, and CONFIDENCE in the FUTURE!
Nace Nickel

President,
Nickel Investment Advisors, Inc.
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