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Carlsbad, CA 92008

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Market Capital Management & Insurance Services

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Retirement & Income Planning, Wealth Management & Insurance Services

At Market Capital Management, Inc. we focus on financial planning and retirement income strategies for all individuals and business owners.  Advisory services include allocation planning for Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds, Annuities & REIT's along with set up & service of 401(k) Plans and Trusts, IRA’s, 401(k) Rollovers, as well as Insurance & Mortgage services.

With over two decades of experience in providing investors with a unique opportunity to be associated with an individual, not a bank or wire house, who is always available and dependable. Our client’s financial goals are serviced, but consideration is also given to the protection of their family and their future.

In addition to outstanding service, you can expect our knowledge and skills to help you, your family and friends in the pursuit of any financial goals. Always know that we sincerely appreciate your referrals.

Be assured we use all the tools available to ensure you have a successful investment experience.

Contact Us for a Complimentary second opinion Financial Review of an existing Retirement Plan or an Investment Portfolio.

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