Physicians' Guide to Wealth

A guide for anyone pursuing financial independence

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Episode 31. Longer Perspectives

Episode 31. Longer Perspectives

The saying is the stock market rises like a staircase and drops like an elevator. Listen in this Weekly Brief why we remain optimistic and propose patience over panic as your investment strategy.

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Episode 30. The Children of Wall Street

Episode 30. The Children of Wall Street

Jerome Powell gave his speech last week and Wall Street is having a fit. Federal Reserve is not giving them what they want! Can the Federal Reserve successfully tame the inflation challenges of the future of our economy? Listen in this Brief our view of Jerome Powell’s speech and most importantly his missed insights that evidence points to their policy is working.

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Episode 29. Reigning in Inflation

Episode 29. Reigning in Inflation

Is housing about to experience another crash like 2008? Listen in this Brief our analysis of last week’s existing and new housing sales reports and projections for the residential market.

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Episode 28. Done with Bonds

Episode 28. Done with Bonds

The stock market is in recovery, but the bond market is not. Why are stocks going up and bonds declining in value? Listen in this Weekly Brief as we unpack this divergence and reveal the long term risk with bonds.

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Episode 27. Jobs, Jobs, and More Jobs

Episode 27. Jobs, Jobs, and More Jobs

There are more jobs available in the US than in recent history. Last week the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that over 528,000 new jobs were filled the previous year month and nearly 100% higher than expectations. Listen in this Weekly Brief our analysis of this report and the prospects for the stock market and holiday sales in the second half of this year.

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Episode 26. More Bad News That is Good

Episode 26. More Bad News That is Good

More bad economic news is music to the ears of the Federal Reserve. Listen in this Weekly Brief why this is good news not only for the Federal Reserve but investors as well.

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Episode 25. The Market is not the Economy

Episode 25. The Market is not the Economy

Again the market proves that it looks to where the economy is going and not where its been. Last month there was record setting bad economic data while the SP500 had its best month of the year. Listen in this Brief our analysis of this separation and what it might mean for your investments.

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Episode 24. Bad News is Good

Episode 24. Bad News is Good

When is bad news good? (e.g. your distant uncle died and you have an inheritance) The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) index dropped in July to the lowest level since 2020. Listen in this Brief our analysis of this report and why it is good news for investors going into 2023.

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Episode 23. Deciphering the CPI

Episode 23. Deciphering the CPI

Today the Bureau of Labor Statistics released it’s Consumer Price Index report that at high level appears to be on a torrid rise not seen since November 1981. But is there more to this report and is it possible a few bad apples have outsized influence on the index? Listen in this Brief as we break down this report and determine if there is a silver lining to be discovered

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Episode 22. Next Housing Boom or Bust

Episode 22. Next Housing Boom or Bust

Now that fixed mortgage rates have ballooned 100% these past several months will housing continue to boom or bust? More importantly, what will be the impact on the future of the stock market? Listen in this Weekly Brief our analyst of housing and stock market as the Federal Reserve battles rising inflation.

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Episode 21. Jerome Powell the Gaint Slayer

Episode 21. Jerome Powell the Gaint Slayer

Giant slayer Jerome Powell, the Federal Reserve Chairman, is battling the giant of hyperinflation. Listen in this Weekly Brief our analysis of his battle strategy and our score card of his success against rising prices and the future of the stock market.

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Episode 20. Perspectives

Episode 20. Perspectives

Consumer sentiment drops to the lowest level in recorded history since the 1940’s. How bad is our economy and why are people so depressed? Listen in this Brief comparisons to previous times when consumers almost felt this bad and how the stock market performed shortly after consumer sentiment reached these lows.

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