Denver Financial Advisors
Steve Booren & John Booren

If we were meeting 3 years from today, what has to happen for you to be happy with your progress? The R-Factor Question® is the first and most important question we ask our clients. It is the first of many we use to learn more about you – from the dangers that keep you up at night to the opportunities that make you jump out of bed in the morning. Our goal is to understand your story.

Together the father/son duo of Steve and John Booren offer clients tailored strategies focused on their core strategy called Growth of Dividends. Steve has been personally serving his clients for nearly 40 years and John brings a new perspective to the partnership while also seeking to serve a younger demographic. Collectively the Booren team has over 100+ years of combined financial services experience. We invite you to learn more about our team using the tabs below.

Financial Advice from
Steve Booren & John Booren

Improving Investor Behavior: Mind Your "Owned" Businesses

We try to differentiate the value of a company (worth) versus the price. When you focus on the value of the company, your judgment is far more intelligent.

An Emotional Tour de Force

This last week has been a roller coaster for investors with large, swift swings in the broad market indices. It began with an announcement from the Federal Reserve on interest rates and the White House levying additional tariffs against China, which was then followed by a tit-for-tat spat between the two countries. A devaluation of the Yuan, the U.S. labeling China a currency manipulator, and a drop in the bond market yields all served as reasons for the corresponding drops. All that to say, a lot has happened in the span of a few days.

Improving Investor Behavior: Strengthen Your Financial Superpowers

My son and I were in the car driving to the store as he struggled to plug in his phone with a USB cable. He flipped the cable back and forth a few times before it finally slipped in. “If I had a superpower, I hope it would be to knowing…
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Improving Investor Behavior: Retire to What?

If I asked you to define retirement, how would you describe it? Take some time and think about it. You’re probably envisioning white sandy beaches, trips to the golf course, and visits with family, free from the constraints of work and email.…

Improving Investor Behavior: The Positive Mindset of Investors

Pessimism is poison for investors. Following national headlines would have you believe we are moments away from catastrophe, teetering on the edge of sheer doom. It’s an easy narrative in which to engage, especially when we hear it every…

Improving Investor Behavior - Managing Your Time Like Money

As a financial advisor, I am typically hired by clients to help them manage their resources. Most often, these are financial resources including cash, investments, etc. Sometimes I help people to manage their business resources such as connecting…
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Improving Investor Behavior - Doubt, Sold with a Smile

Financial advice is usually broken into three steps. First, define your goals. Where do you want to go? Next comes a plan. This is the recipe for working toward your goals with actionable and measurable steps. Then comes implementation when…

Improving Investor Behavior - Know the "Why" for your Investments

As financial advisors, we receive questions about all types of investments. Here’s one we recently heard: I am a doctor, and many of my friends and fellow doctors are getting into real estate. There is a group that invests in local…

Improving Investor Behavior - Learn to Love a Falling Market

The financial markets have given investors quite a ride in the past few months. Not only have we seen a drop in the prices, but the volatility and multiple-percentage point days seems to have investors feeling a little seasick. The first thing…
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