We don’t spend much time getting educated about finances when we’re young, and then suddenly we have to start managing money and making wise choices. So, we tend to blunder through money decisions as we gain experience. On this episode of the Dentist Money™ Show, Ryan and Matt examine some of their missteps which helped form the financial opinions they believe today. Did the stress of learning about money management when you were young bias how you think about investing? Or did they result in good habits? Experience is the best teacher and Ryan and Matt offer some compelling advice to their younger selves that you can use today.
On this episode of the Dentist Money™ Show, Ryan welcomes special guest Curtis Marshall of Dental Intelligence. As master of all things data, Dental Intel is well-known for helping practices follow a daily roadmap to reach greater long-term success. Almost every practice can find a way to tweak its performance and create greater profits. The trick is to know where to look. Ryan and Curtis examine four areas within every practice where additional profits can be found.
When faced with the painstaking process required for thorough analysis the temptation is to cut corners and just “go with your gut.” It’s a temptation often fed by successful “followed my heart” stories. Intuition may have its place, but when it comes to investing, going through a more rational process has been shown to create better outcomes. On this episode of the Dentist Money™ Show, Ryan and Matt discuss the outside factors that can influence what you may believe is “pure” intuition—and those outside factors make your intuitive responses anything but “pure.”
For the normal investor, what has been happening on Wall Street lately is a head-scratcher.
Hedge funds, financial justice, short squeeze, and of course GameStop have been front-page news. So what’s going on? On this episode of the Dentist Money™ Show, Ryan and Matt examine why the price of GameStop has risen so dramatically. There are many reasons for the recent market madness and Ryan and Matt discuss what can be learned whenever speculation on Wall Street hits the news. Scoring on a long-shot may be thrilling, but Ryan and Matt explain why there are numerous reasons your investment philosophy should be anchored to value investing.