Dave's biography has been described as unique and eclectic. After graduating from Brigham Young University, he started his career as an entrepreneur. He successfully started 12 businesses in the early 1980s. In 1986 he decided to sell his businesses and invest the proceeds, but was unable to find a wealth management company that met his needs. As a result, later that year he began managing his own portfolios.
Dave continued to research to find the best methods to invest that would produce most profitable returns. He believed in his methods so much that he invested his life savings and started Paragon Wealth Management. Over 20 years later, Dave continues to invest and research ways he can improve his business to serve his clients better. His methods have attracted national and local attention. He has been interviewed by BusinessWeek, CNBC, the Wall Street Journal, the Deseret Morning News and other national and local media.
He is the father of five children. He has traveled extensively around the world. He enjoys hunting, adventure travel, the outdoors, spending time with his family and exercising. Years before entering the world of Wall Street, he toured for four years performing "Grand Illusion", a full-stage magic show. He performed over 350 shows, completed three television specials, and traveled the same circuits as David Copperfield in the late 1970's.
Dave is originally from New Mexico. He enjoys spending time with his family, the outdoors, hunting, fishing, camping, sports and exercising.
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