The second edition of my book The Physician’s Guide to Investing: A Practical Approach to Building Wealth appeared last year.

This book is unique.  It addresses a previously neglected topic; helping physicians with their personal financial management.  It also provides common sense advice found nowhere else and that all investors should find profitable.

Please see Book Reviews for comments on the first edition by Warren Buffett and Drs. William C. Roberts, George Meyer and Edward T. Creagan.

I also write The Physician Investor Newsletter.  Click on the The Newsletter to learn more and to sign up for a free three month trial subscription.


Below is an excerpt from the most recent edition of The Physician Investor Newsletter:

Life Insurance Settlements

January 15th, 2018 - #505

    There are 2 basic types of life insurance (see below). Term is in force only during the term of the policy, while whole life, also called a cash value policy, is in force your whole life. Term is far less expensive than whole life, and I believe should provide 98-99% of your life insurance needs. The only time to consider a whole life policy is when recommended by your estate lawyer to insure there is cash available at the time of your death (ex: you are in a partnership with a buy-sell agreement), or as part of a donation where the proceeds go to charity.

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