Wall Street Journal profiles Gerald Strid: Why One Wall Street Broker Declared His Independence

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Writing for the Wall Street Journal, Norb Vonnegut profiles Gerald “Zeke” Strid, co-founder and patriarch of Concentus Wealth Advisors.

Why One Wall Street Broker Declared His Independence

The promise of control & flexibility lured wirehouse veteran Gerald Strid to launch his own shop in 2014

In 2014, Gerald Strid co-founded Concentus Wealth Advisors with his sons and, like so many others, became a breakaway.

Yet unlike so many others, Mr. Strid made the move at the age of 70. He is now in his 48th year as a wealth manager, and his King of Prussia, Pa., firm manages $420 million in assets.

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