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Left to right: John Booren, Steve Booren

Left to right: John Booren, Steve Booren

Prosperion Financial Advisors located in Greenwood Village, CO.

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Advisor Biographies

Steve Booren – Owner & Founder of Prosperion Financial Advisors

Steve Booren founded Prosperion Financial Advisors in 1996. Since then, he has grown the practice to one of the top 20 largest financial advisory firms in the Denver area.*

Steve began his investment career in 1978 with EF Hutton. After nearly 20 years with the investment company he left the corporate world to launch his own financial advisory firm. Backed by LPL Financial, one of the nation’s leading independent broker-dealers, Steve pursued his mission to provide clients with independent, objective investment advice.

Utilizing his nearly 40 years of investment experience, he works with clients to identify their risks, opportunities, and strengths. He then develops personalized strategies to seek to manage those risks, while focusing on the client’s largest opportunities and leveraging their strengths.

A Colorado native, Steve graduated from Fort Lewis College in Durango and is an avid cycler and part-time private ski instructor. He lives in Englewood with his wife Marie, and has two grown children, Scott (and his wife, Diana) and John (and his wife, Malorie).

John Booren – LPL Financial Advisor, Author of Millionaire in the Making

John joined Prosperion Financial Advisors, one of the top 20 largest financial advisory firms in the Denver area*, in 2012. He specializes in providing financial planning and independent, objective investment advice to families as they navigate through different stages and challenges in their lives. John works with clients to maximize their excess cash flow and align it with their priorities. He helps clients understand the lasting impact that their resources could have on their family over decades or even generations.

John published his first book, “Millionaire in the Making,” in 2014. Available for download on the Prosperion website at no cost,  the book provides practical financial advice to those in their 20s and 30s who want to build a confident financial foundation.

A Colorado native, John graduated from Colorado State University where he studied financial planning. An ice hockey player at Regis Jesuit High School, John went back as a volunteer coach to his former team, helping them win the 2015 National Championship and 2016 State Championship. John is also a regular guest speaker at his alma mater teaching high school students the importance of personal finance throughout their lives.

John and his wife Malorie live in Parker, with their son, Henrik.

*As reported in the Denver Business Journal’s 2017 Largest Investment Managers – Colorado list on Feb. 17, 2017, based on total advisory assets collectively served by Prosperion’s advisors through LPL Financial.

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Improving Investor Behavior: Managing Your Fears

Shark Week is among the longest running and most popular cable programs in history. First appearing 30 years ago in 1988, the show has since been watched and celebrated by millions. Why would a program about sharks and their danger be so popular? I think it plays on the emotion of fear, and more interestingly, people’s desire to be a little bit scared. My point is this: sometimes our greatest fears are the most unfounded. Whether it’s an oversized fish or monsters under the bed, our worst fears take up an oversized portion of our conscious and drive actions that can be damaging and counterproductive. Fear is a powerful emotion and one you must learn to rein in if you want to be a successful investor.
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Improving Investor Behavior: Managing Your Fears

Shark Week is among the longest running and most popular cable programs in history. First appearing 30 years ago in 1988, the show has since been watched and celebrated by millions. Why would a program about sharks and their danger be so popular? I think it plays on the emotion of fear, and more interestingly, people’s desire to be a little bit scared. My point is this: sometimes our greatest fears are the most unfounded. Whether it’s an oversized fish or monsters under the bed, our worst fears take up an oversized portion of our conscious and drive actions that can be damaging and counterproductive. Fear is a powerful emotion and one you must learn to rein in if you want to be a successful investor.
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Improving Investor Behavior: Managing Your Fears

Shark Week is among the longest running and most popular cable programs in history. First appearing 30 years ago in 1988, the show has since been watched and celebrated by millions. Why would a program about sharks and their danger be so popular? I think it plays on the emotion of fear, and more interestingly, people’s desire to be a little bit scared. My point is this: sometimes our greatest fears are the most unfounded. Whether it’s an oversized fish or monsters under the bed, our worst fears take up an oversized portion of our conscious and drive actions that can be damaging and counterproductive. Fear is a powerful emotion and one you must learn to rein in if you want to be a successful investor.
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The $58,000 Latte Habit

Creating a habit of saving is hard, really hard. It requires discipline and few people enjoy discipline. But your daily disciplines (or lack thereof) can have a profound impact on your future. Consider the daily latte. The average medium latte at Starbucks costs $3.65 assuming you don’t “doctor” it up with extra flavors, different milks, etc. That cost is pre-tax. We know that $3.65 can add up, but what does it add up to? Let’s look at some simple math behind a lattehabit. The chart below illustrates the future value of that cup of coffee, depending on your consumption.
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