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Bruce Soulas

Bruce Soulas

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Lake Oswego, OR


Bruce Soulas is a seasoned financial professional with over 30 years in the Trust and Investment industry. Bruce joined Fisher Investments in 2000 and serves clients and prospective clients in the Pacific Northwest.

Prior to joining Fisher Investments, Bruce held executive positions with Bank of America and U.S. Bank and Copper Mountain Trust. With experience in both personal and institutional investing, Bruce has an extensive background in investment analysis, portfolio management, and financial and estate planning. He can help review your current investments and determine how Fisher Investments might work for you.

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Stock Market OutlookGet our latest Stock Market Outlook—a timely research report from the Investment Policy Committee with current views on where the stock market is headed.
15-min retirement planWill your money last as long as you do? How about your spouse? Many retirees misjudge how long their money can last during retirement. Learn more from our 15-min retirement plan.
Eight Biggest MistakesCommon mistakes can add up and diminish the value of your portfolio. If you learn the Eight Biggest Mistakes and how to avoid them, you can begin reducing your error rate and improving overall success.

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