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Welcome to our Blog! At Baron Silver Stevens, we feel it is important to empower our clients with information that can positively affect their lives.

Throughout our Blog, you will find interesting articles, updates on our firm, and practical financial planning tips.

Barron's Top 1200 Financial Advisors

Barron's Top 1200 Financial Advisors
We are proud to have been recognized for a second year in a row by Barron's Magazine as one of their Top 1200 Financial Advisors in the country. The rankings are based on assets under management, revenue generated by advisors for their firms, and the quality of the advisors’ practices. Here is a picture of Michael Silver accepting this award at a Barron's Conference held in Miami in April. In addition to being recognized by Barron's at the conference, Michael was also one of three financial advisors asked to speak to dozens of the top advisors in Florida about how advisory firms can continue to make a difference in the lives of their clients. Here is a link to the Barron's rankings: https://www.barrons.com/articles/americas-top-1-200-financial-advisors-1520651090
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Who does your Financial Advisor work for?

  Who does your Financial Advisor work for? Chances are you are thinking that the answer to this question is easy. You're probably thinking that your financial advisor work for a bank, insurance company, or they might even own their own firm, but at the end of the day you are the client and the client always comes first so they work for you, right? Not always the case. The article linked below explains how at various Wall Street firms, the employer of your financial advisor, can influence the advisor's recommendations by making changes to the way the financial advisor is paid. This is the oldest trick in the book. Want your salesforce to sell more of something? Move the carrot to that product and the sales follow. This gives advisors an economic incentive to make recommendations to you based on whether or not they will get a pay raise, not because of what
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