The Physician's Guide to Investing: A Practical Approach to Building Wealth / Edition 1by Robert M. Doroghazi, Dan Wright French
Pub. Date: 02/18/2010
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
In comments that were unfortunately prescient, Dr. Doroghazi said in the first edition "the author feels we are currently experiencing a real estate bubble." And in anticipation of the credit crisis, he said "banks are far too lenient in their lending practices...the problem is that bankers are often not lending their own money…considering that a significant… See more details below
In comments that were unfortunately prescient, Dr. Doroghazi said in the first edition "the author feels we are currently experiencing a real estate bubble." And in anticipation of the credit crisis, he said "banks are far too lenient in their lending practices...the problem is that bankers are often not lending their own money…considering that a significant percentages of mortgages are sold to Fannie Mae (FNM) and Freddie Mac (FRE), the problem is now actually everyone’s." This new and expanded edition provides commonsense advice that all investors, physicians and non-physicians will find profitable in these difficult times. Learn about the power of thrift, the magnificence of compound interest, the malevolence of debt and the perniciousness of fees. See how to pay off the mortgage by age 45, fund your children’s education and retire at a reasonable age rather than continue to work because you must.
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Table of ContentsDedication Reviews of First Edition, including Buffett Consulting Editor’s Preface to First Edition Introduction Acknowledgements
Part I. On Track with Your Financial Goals Chapter One: The Importance of Financial Instruction* (*denotes new chapter)
Chapter Two: Goals for Your Financial Return Chapter Three: The Magnificence of Compound Interest
Part II: Avoid Being Diverted From Your Financial Goals Chapter Four: Arrogance, Ego and Greed.
Chapter Five: The Mark and The Doctor Discount Chapter Six: It’s Not Much, I Can Afford to Lose It:
The Concept of Risk
Part III. Principles for Achieving Your Financial Goals Chapter Seven: Define Specific Goals Chapter Eight: ThriftChapter Nine: Invest in What You Know Chapter Ten: How to Identify Real OpportunitiesChapter Eleven: Make Your Own Investment Decisions Chapter Twelve: Documents Required for Financial Security Chapter Thirteen: The Importance of Relationships:
Goodwill, Friendship and Reciprocity Chapter Fourteen: Why Cash is King*
Part IV. Attaining Specific Goals
Chapter Fifteen: Paying Daily Bills Chapter Sixteen: Your Home Chapter Seventeen: Funding Your Children’s Education.
Chapter Eighteen: InsuranceChapter Nineteen: Funding Retirement
Part V. Pitfalls in the Quest for Your Financial Goals
Chapter Twenty: Who Can You Trust?
Chapter Twenty One: The Malevolence of DebtChapter Twenty Two: The Perniciousness of FeesChapter Twenty Three: Divorce*
Chapter Twenty Four: Tips: Real Opportunities or Useless Information.Chapter Twenty Five: Areas Where Caution is Essential or That Should be Completely Avoided Chapter Twenty Six: Yes or NoChapter Twenty Seven: Dealing With Bankers
Part VI: Investing in Specific Assets
Chapter Twenty Eight: Asset Allocation and DiversificationChapter Twenty Nine: When to BuyChapter Thirty: When to SellChapter Thirty One: Sks, Bonds and Mutual FundsChapter Thirty Two: Real Estate Other Than Your HomeChapter Thirty Three: Precious Metals and Commodities*Chapter Thirty Four: Art and Other Collectibles*Chapter Thirty Five: Other Types of Investments
Part VII: More Tips for Realizing Your Financial Goals
Chapter Thirty Six: Obtaining Investment InformationChapter Thirty Seven: On-line Brokers and Using the Internet*Chapter Thirty Eight: Investment Strategies of the Pros Chapter Thirty Nine: Tidbits of Advice Chapter Forty: The Importance of Charity*
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