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

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With Markets at All-Time Highs, is Now a Good Time to Invest?

It’s a fair question and one we’ve heard a lot lately with the DOW and S&P continuing to push into record territory. Our little bull market has grown up and is about to start third grade. We’re due for a correction right?

The Right Perspective

Today I want to address what I believe is the very core for successful financial behavior – an optimistic disposition. 2016 is a great example of why it is so important to have an optimistic perspective. The optimists “won” and pessimists “lost”… again. Whether attempting to follow financial folklore such as, “as the first week of January goes, so goes the market for the year”, or that saying “sell in May and go away”… speculators who believe in superstition and let it influence their actions are bound to fail.
2016 Taught Us These Things
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2016 Taught Us These 3 Lessons

If 2016 has taught us anything, it is to expect the unexpected. So as we wrap up a rollercoaster of a year, I find myself looking back to three surprises and the lessons they taught us. In the same way the bottom of a cup is revealed only when the liquid is quickly stirred, sometimes it takes a whirlwind of the unexpected to remind us of a few simple truths.
3 Keys of a Modern Retirement

The 3 Paychecks of a Modern Retirement

On November 29th, the oldest living person in the world, Emma Morano will turn 117. Based on my research she is the last living person to have been born in the 1800s. While some people might marvel at all she’s seen and been through, I ‘m curious about what she did during her more than 50 years in retirement.
Prosperion Planning
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Introducing Prosperion Planning

Introducing Prosperion Planning, the new service from Prosperion Financial Advisors. We built Prosperion Planning specifically to help younger families get on the road to financial independence.
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The Fear of Uncertainty and the Uncertainty of Fear

“We have nothing to fear, but fear itself.” With those words FDR accepted the presidency of the United States in 1933 during one of the most turbulent times in American history. Lesser known are the words that surround that key sentence.
The Value of Regret

The Value of Regret

As a financial advisor I often see clients with regret. For some investors it’s the regret of missing out on big gains. For others, the regret of taking part in big losses.

News Release: Steve Booren Leads Session at LPL Financial National Conference

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. - Aug. 31, 2016 - Steve Booren, owner and founder of Prosperion Financial Advisors, recently attended LPL Financial's Focus 2016, one of the financial industry's premier events and the largest annual conference hosted…

The Unfair Advantage of Dividend Tax Rates

Dividend tax rates are an opportunity for investors. The favored status of qualified dividends means they are taxed at a lower rate than standard income, by anywhere from 10-20% less.
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