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134Securities Service Network Inc.0
133Triad Advisors LLC0
132ProEquities Inc.0
131Cetera Financial Specialists0
130Securities America Inc.0
129Sigma Financial Corp.0
128St. Bernard Financial Services Inc.0
127Fortune Financial Services, Inc.0
126Kalos Capital Inc.0
125Raymond James Financial Services Inc.0
124Trustmont Financial Group Inc.0
123FSC Securities Corp.0
122SagePoint Financial Inc.0
121Commonwealth Financial Network0
120Cetera Financial Institutions0
119KMS Financial Services, Inc.0
118Crown Capital Securities L.P.0
117Capital Investment Co.0
116Spire Investment Partners LLC0
115First Allied Securities, Inc.0
114Parkland Securities, LLC0
113Hornor Townsend & Kent Inc.0
112HD Vest Investment Services0
111Centaurus Financial Inc.0
110Independent Financial Group LLC0
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