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Firm % change in reps ▼
1Infinity Financial Services 61.29%
2Royal Alliance Associates Inc.50.38%
3Signator Investors Inc.49.44%
4Woodbury Financial Services42.54%
5FSC Securities Corp.42.29%
6SagePoint Financial Inc.37.70%
7St. Bernard Financial Services Inc.32.61%
8Veritas Independent Partners27.27%
9Summit Brokerage Services, Inc.22.54%
10Arete Wealth Management20.45%
11The Strategic Financial Alliance Inc.18.24%
12Cetera Advisors15.53%
13Fortune Financial Services, Inc.13.95%
14United Planners Financial Services13.80%
15Spire Investment Partners LLC12.94%
16Kalos Capital Inc.12.00%
17Nationwide Planning Associates, Inc.10.99%
18Securian Financial Services Inc.8.59%
19Founders Financial Securities, LLC7.14%
20Prospera Financial Services Inc.7.09%
21Cambridge Investment Research Inc.6.95%
22Raymond James Financial Services Inc.6.81%
23Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network6.69%
24Securities America Inc.6.30%
25CUNA Brokerage Services Inc.6.07%
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