I am not sure what LPL financial fee structure is, but most FAs charge a 1%-1.5% for assets under management, which in my opinion is highway robbery.
If all you want to do is grow your money in the stock market, just put it in a simple 3 fund portfolio in Vanguard or Fidelity. Adjust your Stock to bond ratio depending on your age, or how soon you think you will need your money, and that is it. FA create over complicated portfolios that never beat the market, and often is very costly if you compound your AUM fee over the years.
Just a simple calculation. If you put your 150k in the stock market, and earn on average 8% a year, the it would grow to $333k after 10 years. But if you have an FA that charges you 1%, then it would only grow to $302k. Is their advice worth $30k? Worse yet, if you leave it for 20 years, that 1% is worth a staggering $140k difference ($742k vs $608k).
I suggest you just talk to Vanguard or Fidelity, and they usually even have complementary financial advisors that could give you basic advice on how to invest your monies.