Should Physicians STOP Investing Now?Nov 02, 2022
Nowadays, investments are looking unfavorable, which leads to the question: should physicians keep investing? The answer is yes! You should continue to invest. The state of the economy is creating an ideal time to purchase investments, trusting that the market will rise again as it has in the past. Are you prepared with a spread of investments? If all of your money is in stocks, it’s time to reconsider those investments. Tune in today to learn about the Investor Smile and why now is still a great time to invest money.
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IN THIS EPISODE
- [01:30] Should physicians slow down on their investment right now?
- [03:30] Is it still a good idea to invest right now?
- [4:34] What is the Investor Smile?
- [11:38] Advice for someone who is ready to retire in the next couple of years.
- [14:18] Announcement of the guide, Overtaxed Doctors Guide to Retirement 2022 Edition.
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