A Service For Doctors To Assume Control Over Their Finances

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I always had an excuse why now was not the right time to learn about money. Maybe you accumulated debt from your education, a home, a car, or credit cards. On a doctor’s high income, you’ll always have enough. Maybe your career in medicine is too time-consuming. Too busy saving lives to learn about money. Maybe you’re smitten, married, or …

Are We On The Verge Of A Generation Of Hyper-Risky Investors?

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I recently posted about a friend whose wife had no tolerance for equity risk based on her negative prior experience watching her parents lose significant value on paper in the recession of 2008. Ubiquitous commenter extraordinaire Gasem (who wrote a highly-regarded guest post on home schooling for this site) noted the false dichotomy¬† that equities connote risk while cash, bonds …