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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Correcting the Word: Correction

The markets are off to a rough start for 2022, with the S&P 500 down about 13.9 percent from its peak in January, according to data from LPL Financial. Global turmoil, inflation, supply chain disruption, and the Federal Reserve are all…
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PRESS RELEASE: Steve Booren Recognized in Forbes as a 2022 Best-in-State Wealth Advisor

DENVER, Colo. — April 18, 2022 – Steve Booren of Prosperion Financial Advisors was recently ranked No. 39 in Colorado in Forbes’ 2022 Best-In-State Wealth Advisors list.   According to Forbes, the annual ranking spotlights the nation’s…
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The Gray Area of Good Investor Behavior

If you’re a frequent reader of this column, you know that I’m a large proponent of good investor behavior. Though I’ve spent a great number of column inches espousing the traits of investors I admire or those who have done well by adopting…
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Improving Investor Behavior: The Peloton and Tiramisu

If you're like me, you exercise a lot. Maybe not every day, but you try to hit the gym most days. You sweat, you grunt, you grind it out, every session. Exercise does two things: it makes you hungry, and it gives you a sense of pride or accomplishment.…
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The Flaw of Average Inflation

The flaw of averages is the idea that plans made based on average assumptions are wrong on average. As an example, think about the statistician that drowned while crossing a river that was, on average, three feet deep.
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Improving Investor Behavior: Show Me Where it Hurts

Even with a rising paycheck, people feel inflation. Whether it's the cost of a can of soup or the price of gasoline, everything feels (and is) more expensive. Inflation puts a dent in household budgets and a psychological dent in attitudes. While the U.S. economy may be booming, the smaller economy of household budgets and expenses takes a hit.
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Building Durability Into Your Plan and Portfolio

Never invest in anything that can kill you. Now I don't mean cigarettes or other harmful items, but instead making the mistake of investing so much of your capital into one venture that its failure could knock you out. That's the gist behind…
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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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