Cls Investment Firm in Omaha, NE

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1. Cls Investment Firm

14747 California StOmaha, NE 68154

(614) 336-7885
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2. Cls Investments

BBB Rating: A+

17605 Wright StOmaha, NE 68130

(402) 493-3313

From Business: Founded in 1989, CLS Investments is one of the largest third-party money managers in the United States. It works in collaboration with more than 1,500 financial a…

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Marie S. rated

April 2015 - they traded every bit of stock I had last year including within funds, the only funds making money - for no reason....other than to generate fees? They TRIPLED my tax bill. And I would have made as much in the years they had my accounts if I had put my money in 1% CDs. Legal? I suppose. Ethically moral? NO. STAY AWAY!

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