Wedbush Securities' recent hire of Tina Huyler to its Denver, Colo., office is just one of the first moves in a long-term strategy to more than double its advisor force.  

After presenting the plan to the board of directors and executives, Wesley Long, head of the private client services group at Wedbush, began a recruiting program in July that he expects will add at least 1,000 advisors over the next 10 years.  The goal is to reach 700 after five years and average around 60 new recruits each year.

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