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Hengehold Capital Management LLC, is dedicated to serving individuals looking for intelligent solutions that will allow them to attain financial independence.

We offer professional portfolio management services utilizing cutting edge technology, independent research and the analytical skills of our investment team.

We have served the financial needs of our clients and their families for over 25 years. We can partner with you and your other trusted advisors to help you best manage all of your important financial matters.

As a fee-only Registered Investment Advisor, our loyalties are always aligned with our clients' best interests. Our goal is to be your most trusted advisor based on integrity, knowledge and personalized service.

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