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About Bluestone Wealth Advisors

About Bluestone Wealth Advisors

About Bluestone Wealth Advisors

Bluestone Wealth Advisors has a foundation that has been built upon by our team's 17 years of combined experience. In naming our practice, we desired to have a name that represents our ties to Nebraska and the Midwest.

The Bluestone (Blue Agate) is the Nebraska state gemstone. This signifies our foundational ties to Nebraska. Although we serve clients in many states across the country, our core business is in helping people from across the state of Nebraska.

The Wealth in our name signifies our desire to help our clients build prosperity over the long term, and to be able to pursue their most important aspirations.

The Bluestone logo represents our focus of empowering our clients through our financial planning process centered around them and their goals. To our team this is the foundation of why we do what we do.

Michael Strong and Paul Downey are affiliateed with LPL Financial as thier full-service broker-dealer. LPL Financial is one of the nation's leading financial services companies and a publicly traded company under ticker symbol LPLA. The firm's mission is rooted in the belief that objective financial guidance is a fundamental need for everyone. LPL does not offer proprietary investment products or engage in investment banking activities; this means advisors affiliated with LPL are not pressured or influenced by LPL to sell its products. Thousands of financial advisors nationwide are able to rely on the firm's tools and resources to help them provide financial guidance and recommendations to help meet their clients' needs. For more information about LPL Financial, visit www.lpl.com.

Both Michael Strong and Paul Downey began thier careers with Waddell & Reed as thier broker dealer. They remained there until Waddell & Reed merged with LPL Financial in 2021. Since 1937, Waddell & Reed had provided financial services and was focused on comprehensive personal financial planning.

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