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High Country Capital Management is a fee-only independent registered investment advisor with offices in Vail, Montrose and Grand Junction, Colorado. HCCM serves the Colorado communities of Vail, Avon, Edwards, Eagle, Crested Butte, Montrose, Telluride, and Grand Junction, as well as communities across the state and nation.

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Since 1995, HCCM has provided individuals, families, and institutions with unbiased, professional investment planning and advice. The firm is dedicated to helping clients achieve their financial and investment goals. We employ a disciplined, systematic investment approach that includes quarterly investment review meetings.  Learn more about our investment philosophy


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