For a new RIA to be managing $520 million for some 3,000 investors within six years is noteworthy. When that RIA was founded by an estate planning attorney, there must be a surprising reason.

“Insurance agents,” Dean Zayed, CEO of Brookstone Capital Management in Wheaton, Illinois, told Financial Planning. “I got to know many of them, from my estate planning work.”

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