Meet Derek Colton: Edmond

As host of the Safe Money Radio Show, Derek has enjoyed helping people all over the country manage their retirement money. Over the years, Derek has assisted clients in protecting millions of dollars in retirement assets, and not one of those clients has ever lost a penny from market downturns. The strategies he uses allow for the potential of significant gains to your portfolio without the risk typically associated with the stock market.

Derek looks forward to visiting with you to help you protect and secure your financial future. Derek Colton specializes in giving his clients peace of mind about their finances.



Meet Norm Garner: Midwest City

Norm was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas and now resides in Midwest City, Oklahoma. He graduated from the University of North Texas in 1996 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance. Norm worked as a Financial Advisor until 2004 when he decided to begin his own Insurance Agency.

Norm believes in protecting your money, family and retirement. Norm works with people of all ages and financial statuses who need help in better securing their finances and planning for retirement. Norm’s main goal as an agent is to help his customers.




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