Prosperion Financial Advisors in Denver, CO
Serving Clients for More Than 20 Years

Five Unique Teams, One Uncommon Philosophy

Since 1996, our financial advisors have offered fee-based, holistic financial advice designed to help our clients protect, invest, and grow their wealth. At Prosperion our advisors are free to serve their clients however they feel is best. That means our financial advice is untainted by a need to push products or generic recommendations.

Instead our advisors make every effort to understand their clients and build relationships based on trust, leadership, transparency, and respect. You have many choices for financial advisors in Denver, but we challenge you to find a group as dedicated to your success and financial well-being. We may not be your first advisor, but our goal is to be your last.

At Prosperion, we Care beyond advice™.

Meet Your Financial Advisor

Steve Booren

Steve Booren

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John Booren

David Morrison

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Brannon Brown

Greg Horstman Denver Financial Advisor

Greg Horstman

Pete Horstman Denver Financial Advisor

Pete Horstman

Dave Anderson

Pat Alfano

Pat Alfano

Craig Arfsten

Craig Arfsten

Danny Kellogg Financial Advisor

Danny Kellogg

Providing Holistic, Fee-Based Financial Services

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Our Latest Financial Commentary

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Improving Investor Behavior: A Mentality of Abundance, Not Excess

We've often said time is our most precious resource. More valuable than money, more fleeting than possessions, nothing can be done to stop the spending of our time. But like money and possessions, having too much time can be a bad thing.  I'm…
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Improving Investor Behavior – Feeling Confident? Are You Sure?

I’ve contributed to the Denver Post monthly for a while now, and I’m grateful for readers who have reached out to me with thoughts, comments, and questions. Some about my writing, the market, and broader topics like the meaning of wealth…
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How Do You Measure Your Wealth?

How do you measure your wealth? Most people assume there are two typical ways. The first is a simple money calculation that takes everything you own, subtracts everything you owe, and that formula gives you your net worth. Simple. Others say wealth is not a measure of the money one has but of the intangibles such as relationships, time, health, etc. 
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