Being a white coat investor does not mean you are joining a religion, much less a cult, and I am certainly no prophet. Just because I don’t invest in something, that does not mean you cannot do so. It’s your life and your money; do what you want. That applies to whole life insurance, individual stocks, cryptocurrency, options, over-leveraged real ...

[Editor’s Note: It’s day 5 of our 10-year anniversary celebration! Today we’ll give away a free WCI T-shirt from the WCI Store to three people on Twitter. All you have to do to enter is post how WCI has helped you over the years and include the hashtag #wcianniversary.] ARK (Active Research Knowledge) Funds is a primarily actively managed ETF ...

[Editor’s Note: We’re excited to share a special offer on behalf of CommonBond. For a limited time, if you refinance at least one federal loan, they are offering 0% APR for the first 6 months of your student loan refinance. This deal is in addition to their usual $300-$550 cash bonus. Click here for more details. And, it’s just your luck ...

Podcast #208 Show Notes: Annuities and Cash Secured Puts in Low Yield Times In light of current interest rates and bond yields, should you change your investment strategy? People are wanting to do lots of different things to chase higher yields and most of them are bad ideas. We discuss a couple in this episode: cash secured puts and annuities. ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post was submitted by Ian Cook, an Emergency Physician who blogs at Carpe Diem, MD. Every quarter, a bunch of guest posts are submitted to WCI and we select the ones that we think will help our readers the most. There are a lot of lessons to learn from this post, and not just the ones ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s post by The Physician on FIRE is about investment related scams. There are a lot of these out here. Many times they are PURPOSELY made outrageous sounding, so that the perpetrators only have to deal with the truly gullible. But there are still plenty of subtle scams out there, so follow POF’s tips to avoid them. ] ...

[Editor’s Note: DLP Capital Partners is offering new equity, debt, and notes funds with lowered $100k minimums (normally $250K minimum) to the White Coat Investor family. These investments are straightforward, easy to understand, and profitable. DLP has been a favorite of mine because they put their investors first and forego management fees until YOU are paid. These funds are much more ...

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