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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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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Rising Dividends: The Ultimate Inflation Fighter

Two things should matter to retirees and near-retirees: income from investments, businesses, or social security, and how far that income goes to purchase goods and services. Taken in tandem, these elements will define the success of your…
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Improving Investor Behavior – Deciding on Enough!

At a party given by a billionaire on Shelter Island, the late Kurt Vonnegut informed his friend author Joseph Heller that their host, a hedge fund manager, had made more money in a single day than Heller had earned from his wildly popular…
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Improving Investor Behavior: Where are all the Good Investments?

Read any financial website, and you'll find a common thread among the headlines: the market is overvalued. By several historical measures, the stock market appears to be ahead of itself. Valuations are high, and value-focused investors like…
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Improving Investor Behavior: Sometimes Nothing is the Hardest Thing to Do

The United States has embarked on a historic economic experiment. Initially, $1.9 trillion was borrowed by our government to fund the American Rescue Plan (ARP). So far, the government has committed more than $5 trillion to support our nation…
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Improving Investor Behavior: This Spring, Grow Your Garden and Your Finances

Spring puts me in a mood to organize the yard. It's nature's way of encouraging people to clean out the clutter and ready the garden for new growth. This approach is a good way to view your finances as well. Take a step back and look at your…
Steve Booren named a Barron's Top Advisor
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Press Release: Steve Booren Recognized by Barron’s as a 2021 Top Financial Advisor

DENVER, Colo.— March 25, 2021 – Steve Booren, an independent LPL Financial advisor in Greenwood Village, has been recognized as one of the 2021 Top 1,200 Financial Advisors in America, as ranked by Barron’s. Booren, Founder of Prosperion…
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