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Retiring On Less Than $1M

Many financial advisors and fellow physicians say that retiring on less then $1m is impossible. In fact, The number I often hear is somewhere in the $3-5m range. You hear $5,000,000 and you start picking your nose, staring off into space. It’s hard to wrap the mind around that much money. Most of us feel […]

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Investment Portfolio Return Drivers

I’ve been a bit caught up with work and traveling, so I haven’t had much time to spend on my investment portfolio. But I have been thinking about the return drivers of my portfolio. Return drivers are the factors which provide me with profits. Using my medical career as an example, the profits from my […]

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Cash Flow From Assets

Knowing how to calculate your net worth is important. Not always pleasant because of all of the debt we often carry but measuring it is the first step towards growing it. Even more important than the value of your assets is their cash flow. How much your investments can earn you is more important than […]

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Profiting From Long-Term Investing

Profiting from long-term investing is possible because investor behavior is often based on fear. Fear is normal but causes us to sell low and buy high. If we can side-step our fears and take risk into consideration then we can profit from this kind of investing.

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February 2019 Income

My February 2019 income mostly came from my healthcare consulting and the rest from Just Answer and a few other sources. In total I earned $5,594. This is more than enough to run my household and gives me a little extra money to invest with. You can view my month income reports and my monthly […]