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Firm Total assets ▲
138Kalos Capital Inc.0
137Centaurus Financial Inc.0
136Capital Investment Co.0
135Spire Investment Partners LLC0
134Ameriprise Financial Services Inc.0
133Veritas Independent Partners$55,180,000
132St. Bernard Financial Services Inc.$195,000,000
131IMS Securities Inc./IMS Financial Advisors Inc.$288,818,469
130Infinity Financial Services $375,587,074
129LaSalle St. Securities LLC$805,000,000
128Arete Wealth Management$808,323,356
127Crown Capital Securities L.P.$1,140,627,953
126Fortune Financial Services, Inc.$1,687,392,817
125Nationwide Planning Associates, Inc.$1,754,112,282
124Trustmont Financial Group Inc.$1,896,300,000
123Founders Financial Securities, LLC$2,337,499,805
122ProEquities Inc.$2,860,761,315
121CFD Investments Inc.$4,287,805,342
120The Strategic Financial Alliance Inc.$4,352,400,000
119The Investment Center Inc.$6,100,000,000
118Parkland Securities, LLC$6,411,117,590
117Prospera Financial Services Inc.$6,482,744,348
116Harbour Investments Inc.$7,256,000,000
115Girard Securities Inc.$8,032,000,000
114Kovack Securities, Inc.$8,264,950,000
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