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Brookstone Capital Management Ranked #1 Fastest Growing RIA Firm

Darryl Ronconi

WHEATON, IL – August 10, 2021 – Brookstone Capital Management (BCM) has officially earned the top spot on Financial Advisor (FA) Magazine’s 2021 RIA Survey and Ranking. After ending the year with over $7B Assets Under Management (AUM) and 137% growth, Brookstone captured the honor among the Top 50 Fastest-Growing Firms in the United States.Founder and CEO, Dean Zayed, is proud of what his firm has accomplished but knows there is still work to be done. “This wonderful achievement is supremely gratifying to the entire Brookstone family. It humbly reminds us how many households we have meaningfully helped achieve their financial and retirement goals. Our mission is incomplete, though. We remain focused on being the thought leader in our industry and at the forefront of delivering fundamental and sophisticated financial advice.”, said Zayed. With over 1,000+ Advisors doing business in all 50 states, Brookstone has positioned itself as a leader in the independent advisory space. In addition to the #1 Fastest Growing RIA Firm, Brookstone was ranked #56 overall by Total Assets with over 600 firms surveyed. FA Magazine is one of the most-read publications by Financial Advisors. It delivers vital market information to help financial professionals better serve their clients and build their firms. Each year, surveys are completed by firms across the country to compile their annual rankings.

About Brookstone Capital Management

Founded in 2006, Brookstone Capital Management (BCM) is a SEC Registered Investment Advisor firm providing fee-based asset management services. BCM offers investment management through a select network of independent advisor representatives, offering portfolios that span conservative, moderate, and growth oriented risk tolerances. Founder and CEO Dean Zayed established Brookstone with the singular goal of forging strategic relationships with independent advisors to support all aspects of their fee-basedadvisory business.

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