Basic Asset Allocation and Risk Tolerance – My Road To Financial Independence Series

This is the 2nd post in a multi-post series walking through all the key financial decisions that led to financial independence in our 30’s along with a few mistakes along the way! Make sure you read them in order as each post builds on the last. As discussed in the first post, I spent a substantial part of my 2nd year medical residency working out my fundamental investment belief system before investing a single dollar. I poured over financially blog

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Understanding Stock Market Risk – My Road to Financial Independence Series

  Life has been a bit of a whirlwind recently. As I mentioned previously, our family had our 3rd child in November which coincidentally was the time of my last post! I failed to mention we also moved into a new house and then had plenty of family and friends visiting as well. We knew this was going to be our last child, so I have really tried to take as much quality time with our little boy as possible

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