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This week’s guest on Wealth Formula Podcast is Mark Skousen. He is the producer of FreedomFest which has become an extremely popular annual gathering every year that deals with not only money but other lifestyle topics as well. What is freedom anyway? To me, It’s the ability to choose what you want to do with your life. Indeed, freedom is the ultim…
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This week’s guest on Wealth Formula Podcast is Mark Skousen. He is the producer of FreedomFest which has become an extremely popular annual gathering every year that deals with not only money but other lifestyle topics as well. What is freedom anyway? To me, It’s the ability to choose what you want to do with your life. Indeed, freedom is the ultim…
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Thoughts on Sunday podcast on internet business investing: Seems like a platform really suited for people with e-commerce expertise I wouldn’t know how to evaluate or run an Internet business Investing under a manager who knows what they’re doing might make sense, but we’d need to see the track record I tend to think this is an area where you need …
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After finishing residency and swallowing the purple pill (reading a Kiyosaki book), I found my entrepreneurial self for the first time. I was a like a kid in a candy store looking for any business opportunity I could think of. My initial foray into the entrepreneurial world related to my background—as a surgeon. I started with medical businesses. I…
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After finishing residency and swallowing the purple pill (reading a Kiyosaki book), I found my entrepreneurial self for the first time. I was a like a kid in a candy store looking for any business opportunity I could think of. My initial foray into the entrepreneurial world related to my background—as a surgeon. I started with medical businesses. I…
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Market Updates: Economic data since last week’s update: Core PCE Price Index rose 0.2% in April, in line with expectations Job openings decreased in April, indicating a cooling labor market Equity markets have been a bit volatile recently, down a couple of percentage points Ongoing volatility is expected as we move through the summer and elections …
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Market Updates: Economic data since last week’s update: Core PCE Price Index rose 0.2% in April, in line with expectations Job openings decreased in April, indicating a cooling labor market Equity markets have been a bit volatile recently, down a couple of percentage points Ongoing volatility is expected as we move through the summer and elections …
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This week’s episode on Wealth Formula Podcast is a primer on asset protection. One of the things that I learned a few years back is that asset protection and estate planning are not one and the same. Asset protection is simply protection against creditors. An offshore trust in the Cook Islands, for example, is a rock solid way to protect your asset…
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This week’s episode on Wealth Formula Podcast is a primer on asset protection. One of the things that I learned a few years back is that asset protection and estate planning are not one and the same. Asset protection is simply protection against creditors. An offshore trust in the Cook Islands, for example, is a rock solid way to protect your asset…
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The upcoming wealth transfer from Baby Boomers to younger generations is a significant and unprecedented event in history, often referred to as the “Great Wealth Transfer.” Research indicates that about half of this $100 trillion transfer will go to Gen X, with the other half going to Millennials and Gen Z. This generational shift is interesting, a…
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The upcoming wealth transfer from Baby Boomers to younger generations is a significant and unprecedented event in history, often referred to as the “Great Wealth Transfer.” Research indicates that about half of this $100 trillion transfer will go to Gen X, with the other half going to Millennials and Gen Z. This generational shift is interesting, a…
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The Baby Boomer generation (born 1946-1964) was historically the largest, peaking at around 78.8 million in 1999 when they were in their prime working years. However, the current Baby Boomer population in the U.S. as of 2019 is estimated to be 71.6 million, having declined due to mortality exceeding births as this generation ages. The Millennial ge…
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The Baby Boomer generation (born 1946-1964) was historically the largest, peaking at around 78.8 million in 1999 when they were in their prime working years. However, the current Baby Boomer population in the U.S. as of 2019 is estimated to be 71.6 million, having declined due to mortality exceeding births as this generation ages. The Millennial ge…
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Buck Joffrey is joined by Rod Zabriskie and colleagues of Wealth Formula Banking to discuss this powerful financial tool that leverages your savings to invest the same money at two places at the same time. The post 431: Wealth Formula Banking Webinar Replay appeared first on Wealth Formula.โดย Buck Joffrey
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Buck Joffrey is joined by Rod Zabriskie and colleagues of Wealth Formula Banking to discuss this powerful financial tool that leverages your savings to invest the same money at two places at the same time. The post 431: Wealth Formula Banking Webinar Replay appeared first on Wealth Formula.โดย Buck Joffrey
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Takeaways Tax policies can have a significant impact on businesses and individuals, and it’s important to plan and adapt accordingly. The depletion of social security funds is a concern, and solutions need to be implemented to address this issue. The stock market has been performing well, with the Dow Jones hitting all-time highs and the S&P and NA…
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Takeaways Tax policies can have a significant impact on businesses and individuals, and it’s important to plan and adapt accordingly. The depletion of social security funds is a concern, and solutions need to be implemented to address this issue. The stock market has been performing well, with the Dow Jones hitting all-time highs and the S&P and NA…
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Tom Wheelwright, my friend and author of Tax-Free Wealth, describes the US tax code simply as a series of government-sponsored incentives. As someone who hates paying taxes, this fact has made me extraordinarily patriotic. The problem is, that sometimes incentives backfire. Case in point—during the British Raj rule in India, there was a proliferati…
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Tom Wheelwright, my friend and author of Tax-Free Wealth, describes the US tax code simply as a series of government-sponsored incentives. As someone who hates paying taxes, this fact has made me extraordinarily patriotic. The problem is, that sometimes incentives backfire. Case in point—during the British Raj rule in India, there was a proliferati…
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My key takeaway from our guest (Ryan Bourne from the Cato Institute) on this week’s episode is that policy mistakes that adversely impact the free markets happen for a variety of reasons: Misread of data Poor use of policy tools Political motivation National Security interests Whatever the reason, the consequences of policy mistakes are real for in…
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My key takeaway from our guest (Ryan Bourne from the Cato Institute) on this week’s episode is that policy mistakes that adversely impact the free markets happen for a variety of reasons: Misread of data Poor use of policy tools Political motivation National Security interests Whatever the reason, the consequences of policy mistakes are real for in…
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I have frequently described myself as most aligned with libertarian thought when it comes to my own politics. In terms of the economy, libertarians believe in the concept of a free market. Libertarians argue that a truly free market fosters prosperity, innovation, and individual liberty. But that doesn’t really describe the American economy, does i…
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I have frequently described myself as most aligned with libertarian thought when it comes to my own politics. In terms of the economy, libertarians believe in the concept of a free market. Libertarians argue that a truly free market fosters prosperity, innovation, and individual liberty. But that doesn’t really describe the American economy, does i…
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Regarding the recent Podcast: US debt fears overblown US debt is high, but not unsustainably so (compared to global economies) A more relevant concern may be focused on the appetite or ability of investors to buy the quantum of debt being issued by the US government. Foreign investment in US debt has declined China and other central banks have been…
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Regarding the recent Podcast: US debt fears overblown US debt is high, but not unsustainably so (compared to global economies) A more relevant concern may be focused on the appetite or ability of investors to buy the quantum of debt being issued by the US government. Foreign investment in US debt has declined China and other central banks have been…
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Is it me or is no one talking about high U.S. debt levels anymore? Conventional wisdom has always been that high debt levels lead to inflation and the destruction of currencies, and money printing conjured up images of wheelbarrows full of worthless bills and economies in freefall. Then one day, the political party that used to care about fiscal re…
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Is it me or is no one talking about high U.S. debt levels anymore? Conventional wisdom has always been that high debt levels lead to inflation and the destruction of currencies, and money printing conjured up images of wheelbarrows full of worthless bills and economies in freefall. Then one day, the political party that used to care about fiscal re…
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I have been asked by many to give my opinion on where the economy is headed and what to do. I have been reluctant to do so because I am not an economist and I do not want to give investment advice. However, I do think I owe it to you to let you know where my head is and what I am doing based on these thoughts. Last week and this week’s podcast have…
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I have been asked by many to give my opinion on where the economy is headed and what to do. I have been reluctant to do so because I am not an economist and I do not want to give investment advice. However, I do think I owe it to you to let you know where my head is and what I am doing based on these thoughts. Last week and this week’s podcast have…
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Even really smart people are wrong on a regular basis. I see this all the time in health and longevity-related issues on my other podcast, Sapio with Buck Joffrey. In case you are wondering…yes, I have become one of those middle-aged California guys trying to stay young at all costs. Not easy. But, I have to admit, the nerdy physician scientist typ…
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Even really smart people are wrong on a regular basis. I see this all the time in health and longevity-related issues on my other podcast, Sapio with Buck Joffrey. In case you are wondering…yes, I have become one of those middle-aged California guys trying to stay young at all costs. Not easy. But, I have to admit, the nerdy physician scientist typ…
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The notion of moving wealth away from Wall Street into the hands of small private operators sounds great. However, it’s important to acknowledge some of the challenges of navigating these waters; challenges that many have witnessed first-hand in the podcast ecosystem over the past two years. First and foremost, let’s talk about vetting. Investing i…
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The notion of moving wealth away from Wall Street into the hands of small private operators sounds great. However, it’s important to acknowledge some of the challenges of navigating these waters; challenges that many have witnessed first-hand in the podcast ecosystem over the past two years. First and foremost, let’s talk about vetting. Investing i…
  continue reading
 
As soon as I finished training, I opened up a cosmetic surgery business. When I say business, I mean a business not practice. From day one, it was my intention to create a brand that I could hand off or sell someday rather than to create a job for myself. I was also focused on cosmetics. Unlike the traditional way of growing a cosmetic practice, I …
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As soon as I finished training, I opened up a cosmetic surgery business. When I say business, I mean a business not practice. From day one, it was my intention to create a brand that I could hand off or sell someday rather than to create a job for myself. I was also focused on cosmetics. Unlike the traditional way of growing a cosmetic practice, I …
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The cost of real estate transactions affects everyone regardless of whether you invest in real estate or not. Why? Because the cost of the transaction will ultimately be included in the price of the real estate. One of the biggest costs in a real estate transaction is the commission paid by the seller. In the last several years, the way that commis…
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The cost of real estate transactions affects everyone regardless of whether you invest in real estate or not. Why? Because the cost of the transaction will ultimately be included in the price of the real estate. One of the biggest costs in a real estate transaction is the commission paid by the seller. In the last several years, the way that commis…
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In the long run, math is pretty much always right. That’s why insurance companies are so profitable. They make predictions using the law of big numbers. Math can predict pretty much anything. Even Sports! I just re-watched the movie Moneyball about how the Oakland A’s made an improbable run in major league baseball in 2002 by leaning less on star p…
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In the long run, math is pretty much always right. That’s why insurance companies are so profitable. They make predictions using the law of big numbers. Math can predict pretty much anything. Even Sports! I just re-watched the movie Moneyball about how the Oakland A’s made an improbable run in major league baseball in 2002 by leaning less on star p…
  continue reading
 
I feel like I am going through another major transition in my life. I turned 50 last September—a fact that I deliberately chose not to publicize. I hate to admit it, but much of my behavior is stereotypical divorced midlife crisis stuff. I got a Ferrari, I’ve been working out incessantly and…I’ve been considering adding publicly traded equities to …
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I feel like I am going through another major transition in my life. I turned 50 last September—a fact that I deliberately chose not to publicize. I hate to admit it, but much of my behavior is stereotypical divorced midlife crisis stuff. I got a Ferrari, I’ve been working out incessantly and…I’ve been considering adding publicly traded equities to …
  continue reading
 
In the latest surge of technological evolution, one titan stands out, reshaping our landscape with the silent swiftness of a revolution: Artificial Intelligence, or AI. It’s a term that sparks a spectrum of emotions, from exhilaration at the dawn of a new era to trepidation about the unknowns it brings along. As we stand on the precipice of this bo…
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In the latest surge of technological evolution, one titan stands out, reshaping our landscape with the silent swiftness of a revolution: Artificial Intelligence, or AI. It’s a term that sparks a spectrum of emotions, from exhilaration at the dawn of a new era to trepidation about the unknowns it brings along. As we stand on the precipice of this bo…
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“I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” Ronald Reagan described those as the most dangerous words in the English language. I generally agree with the Gipper who I have fond memories of extending back to the 1980 presidential election that I watched with interest as a kindergartener. When the government gets too big, it gets dangerous and sl…
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“I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” Ronald Reagan described those as the most dangerous words in the English language. I generally agree with the Gipper who I have fond memories of extending back to the 1980 presidential election that I watched with interest as a kindergartener. When the government gets too big, it gets dangerous and sl…
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When I was fresh out of surgical residency and started to make some money, I started looking for advice on what to do with it. One of the questions I had was about life insurance. I was a newlywed and had a baby on the way (now she’s in high school by the way). So, I started asking the guys I was working with if I should buy term or permanent life …
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