Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Other Dimension of Risk

When it comes to investing in the stock market, the risk that everybody talks about is the ups and particularly the downs, the bearish periods when the market falls dramatically and keeps falling for months or even years. (Think: 2000-2002 … Continue reading

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What is a “currency war” and how does one wage it?

Forget world wars, fought with tanks, bomb and missiles. The new form of global conflict is the currency war, which is fought with increasingly vicious keystrokes. We read in the papers that this or that country is engaged in a … Continue reading

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Will Social Security be there when I retire?

Social Security’s future solvency has become one of the most commonly discussed issues in retirement planning—and for good reason. Gallup polls show that an estimated 57% of retirees rely on Social Security as a major source of retirement income—a number … Continue reading

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Practicing Medicine and Financial Management – Times Have Certainly Changed

From the Desk of Charlie McCullough By way of introduction, my name is Charlie McCullough. I am a regularly featured part of the Financial Fiduciaries blogging and newsletter marketing program. The team at Financial Fiduciaries asks me to share my … Continue reading

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The Asclepius Group – Combining Efforts to Better Serve Medical Professionals

The poet John Donne once wrote “No man is an Island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the Continent, a part of the main.” In essence, we are all better and more effective when we are a … Continue reading

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Debt Repayment Considerations for Healthcare Professionals

Ask the majority of physicians and other healthcare professionals about the cost of their education, and you will probably hear the word “expensive” on a regular basis. A quality education can leave even the most financially sound medical students with … Continue reading

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Fiduciary Duty – Why is it Important for Medical Professionals?

As a medical professional, your patients expect you to have a certain level of expertise. They come to you for advice and help, trusting that you will offer them the best possible solutions for their situation. In much the same … Continue reading

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