5 Traits Separating the Wealthy from the Wealthy-want-to-be

Life is a trajectory. Wealth or poverty could be a lifelong or even multi-generational directional evolution. We are each journeying in the direction of greater or less wealth. Instead of comparing with one another, it’s helpful to see where we

5 Reasons to Stroll Down Wall Street in Our White Coats

“When wealth is lost, nothing is lost. When health is lost, something is lost. When character is lost, everything is lost.” –Billy Graham If any of us invest 1% of our intelligence and diligence we pursue and practice medicine with

5 Reasons I Choose Time in, not Timing, the Market

1.       Not worth my time to time the market. If a group of PhD economists who study and analyze companies all day long perform as well as a group of monkeys throwing darts in stock selection, why would I bother

5 Uncommon Financial Commonsense

I’ve been hearing the term “educated dumb” and “commonsense is uncommon” frequently lately. It’s true that to be financially successful, all one needs is commonsense, which is pointed out by a VA nurse who’s retiring at 55, with 750k in

Money Chased Me the Second I Stopped Chasing

I was great at chasing. Anything I chased, I got. Go-getter as they called it. I picked my best friend(s), I picked my career in medicine, I picked specialty and residency programs (as they also picked me), I picked and

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