My Money MD
- At current tuition levels wouldn't you prefer go to college rather than pay for someone else? Shirley Mueller took her chance to continue learning with One Day University.
- Global investment advice from someone who knows: Jim Rogers was able to retire at age 37 after running Quantum Fund for 10 years with George Soros. In particular, he's paying attention to Singapore's market.
- With the world economy turning sour, at least one research firm thinks the wealthy French will embrace liquid assets, shifting away from real estate toward luxury items such as wine, classic cars and art.
- Those with an investment portfolio between $100,000 and $1 million, exclusive of their home, are becoming more independent. For the first time, investors have the power to help themselves. Many are taking it.
- Where you can put your money to work when the volatility index has you concerned. Shirley Mueller, MD, recommends looking to companies with a generous fallback cash reserve, which serves as a cushion if the economy goes south.
- A positive attitude is helpful in most areas of life. However, optimism should not prevail over realism in the investment arena — squelching positive emotion can lead to better returns.
- The Louvre has more visitors than any museum in the world and almost two times that of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC. Why then has this prestigious institution allowed Abu Dhabi to use its name for the next 30 years?
- In the last year, the number of websites promising to help investors shepherd their money has mushroomed, indicating an upswing in Americans taking control of their financial futures. But can these new internet services really help?
- Though it has been known for years that serving others can emotionally benefit the giver as well as the recipient, a new study supports that concept from a financial perspective, as well.
- How to tell your story and promote your skills to create potentially beneficial relationships. Most people have to learn to talk about themselves in order to be successful.
Dr. Shirley Mueller is a physician turned financial consultant and investment educator. Her fee is hourly, not a percentage of assets. She welcomes comments at ShirleyMMueller@MyMoneyMD.com. For more information, visit her website at MyMoneyMD.com.
Shirley Mueller, MD is a physician turned financial consultant and investment educator who specializes in guiding clients, both one-on-one and in groups, about how to effectively self-invest using a simple and effective three-step approach