On this listener Q&A episode of the Dentist Money™ Show, Ryan and Matt take a look at why rebalancing your investment portfolio is so important. Plus you’ll hear about different strategies for dividing stocks and bonds among various brokerage and retirement accounts.
When you build a portfolio four things are taken into consideration—the level of risk, geography, company size, and the price of the stock. Find out why Dentist Advisors regularly rebalances your portfolio to ensure it continues growing within your original criteria.
Does the music you listen to influence your attitude towards money for good … or bad?
What do Kurt Rambus, the Taxman, and Kenny Rogers all have in common? Count on Ryan and Matt to tie them together on a music-themed episode of the Dentist Money™ Show. There are lots of songs about money, but do any offer good financial advice?
Is it “If I had a million dollars” or “Save that money” for you? Based on famous (and not so famous) songs, Ryan and Matt offer a few of their own money tips. Plus, a listener debuts his country song about debt—written just for Ryan.
On this episode of the Dentist Money™ Show, Ryan interviews Dr. Travis Campbell, practicing dentist, coach/consultant/speaker, on-line influencer, and author of The Practice Whisperer. In dental school you were told the pinnacle of a dentist’s career is running a practice. Chances are you weren’t taught how to do it. From his experience building a top 1% practice from scratch, Dr. Campbell offers advice on how to stay focused on clinical skills while avoiding typical practice pitfalls that can derail you from achieving success.
How much money do I even make?” That may be the number one question dentists ask their financial advisor. On this episode of the Dentist Money™ Show, Ryan and Matt examine why understanding dental income is so complex—and explain why knowing that number is so central to making good financial decisions. All financial tracking starts with income. You can’t set firm goals or make action plans or strategies unless you know how much money is coming in.