Investment Strategies So Easy, a Doctor Could Do It As a busy physician, you spend your days weighing risks against benefits before prescribing tests or treatment plans for your patients. Why not round on and control your own portfolio with the same methodical process in just a few minutes a month? The Busy Doctoras Guide to Investing presents practical ways to optimize your portfolioas health and put you in charge of your financial futurearequiring little more than minutes each month, without expensive money managers. Author David Yeh has spent 20 years researching, back testing, and refining straightforward investment systems that have allowed him to semi-retire at 45 years of age. David combines the tools of traditional money managers, the risk mitigation techniques of active market traders, and the pattern recognition and quantitative analytic skills of a diagnostic physician to systematically reduce portfolio risk and thus improve your portfolioas performance. Let David teach you to the simple fundamentals to nurture and grow your assets outside of your practiceathe same techniques he uses to invest in his own account and the accounts of his clients.Fidelity Select Funds required a minimum investment of $2, 500 each, at the time. ... He told me he had been using a software program called Investora#39;s FastTrack ( www. fasttrack.net) to do the calculations. ... which are, basically, mutual funds with shares that trade on the open market like stocksano minimum holding times , anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Busy Doctor's Investment Guide|
|Publisher||:||Advantage Media Group - 2015-04-15|