What's in a Name?

It was the year 1882, and lighthouse beacons were failing to guide ships away from land, causing shipwrecks to occur around the world.  The beacon of construction in the day involved a silver reflector placed behind a lamp.  The lamp just wasn’t bright or focused enough to guide ships to safety during troubled waters.  French physicist, Augustin Jean Fresnel, invented the Fresnel lens, which uses a series of prisms to spread light, and then redirect and intensify it into a guiding beacon for ships. 

Our team takes inspiration from Fresnel’s lens and its impact on the beacon, and furthermore, the outcome of its use.  At Beacon Wealth Advisory, we’re proud to have made this our greatest purpose as well.
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