In 2004, Bob became a financial advisor, which was an opportunity to make a good living, while helping others make sound decisions for their own financial lives.
In 2016 Bob was asked to contribute a chapter to a book authored by motivational speaker Brian Tracy.
The book, “Success Manifesto: The World’s Leading Entrepreneurs & Professionals Reveal Their Secrets to Mastering Health, Wealth & Lifestyle,” was an opportunity for Bob to share his love for planning and for his clients.
He holds the Series 6, Series 7, Series 63 registrations with LPL Financial, and Series 65 registration with Strategic Wealth Advisors Group, LLC, and life, health and long-term care insurance licenses. Bob Chitrathorn is a registered representative with LPL Financial.
Bob has been married to the love of his life, Brittany, for eight years. They live in their Riverside, CA home with their rescue dog, Mazy, a pool, putting green, and a Pittsburgh Steelers themed bar that’s perfect for Sunday Night Football.
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