Keith is Director, Investment Products and Guidance for TD Ameritrade, where he has worked since 2014. Keith and his team provide financial solutions that help investors who are looking for professional guidance in creating and managing a diversified portfolio. Through TD Ameritrade Investment Management, LLC, he and his team have created a suite of managed portfolios, including Essential Portfolios and Selective Portfolios, to help investors pursue their financial goals as they grow and change. Keith holds the Series 7, 24, and 66 securities licenses.
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