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Time Value Investments has direct, unfettered access to all the major Wall Street bond inventories. TVI clients appreciate the firm's independent, unbiased approach.

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Public Funds Investing

While we have extensive experience with institutional investing generally, we specialize in public funds investing.

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We invite you to join us for our free class, "Public Funds Investing Made Easy" on 5/5/16!  This class will be in the Spokane area.  If interested, please email info@timevalueinv.com. Click “Educational Resources” (above) for a sample of the class.

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Need assistance with your entity’s investment policy? TVI can help with that. Looking for securities from the major bond inventories provided by a representative that teaches classes on public funds investing? You’ve found the right place…

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