Journal Club 3-19-21
This is Journal Club 3/12/21! I hold one every week JOURNAL CLUB. After filtering through the articles on the web, I present some that have influenced my life this week. Be safe and stay healthy!
- For many people, the idea of being “obsessed” with something is usually a negative thing. But loud This post by Retire Before Dad, having a healthy obsession with money isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Indeed, as he interprets it here, it can be best something that will help you achieve your goals.
- When it comes to real estate investing, I’ve always enjoyed reading other people’s success stories. This post from Semi-Retired MD highlights one such case study. In particular, it is the story of a doctor and her husband who increased their real estate portfolio from 0 to 30 in just nine months (!).
- Whether you’ve invested in real estate for years or just starting out, there’s a pretty big argument in favor of adding apartment buildings to your portfolio. That is exactly the point that Debt-Free Doctor makes This post– along with some very compelling reasons to make this investment sooner rather than later.
- One of the hardest parts of investing is getting started. There are so many opportunities, so many platforms and so much to learn. It can all be a little too much at times. This is certainly something the prudent plastic surgeon understands, and does In this articlethere are some great ways to overcome the classic “analysis paralysis” problem.
That’s it for this week! Hope Journal Club 3/19/21 has been helpful to you.
Finally, a little motivation. Have fun and a nice weekend!
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