Nobody would argue that it's easy being a financial advisor these days, with the U.S. economy still on life support, investors still nervous about their assets and wondering what all that government borrowing to prop up the financial sector is going to do to the long-term value of the dollar. That said, you could say with confidence that things are just ducky for Salt Lake City financial advisor Darin Dewsnup.
Dewsnup, a senior vice president for investments with Wells Fargo Advisors, an ardent duck hunter and dedicated wetlands conservationist, has parlayed his twin loves of hunting and nature into a successful practice that today boasts almost half a billion dollars under management, with 2011 production of $1.56 million.
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