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115: Ask Buck with Lane Kawaoka

I don’t know about you, but I love the 4th of July holiday. I love getting together with family and watching fireworks—that’s for sure. But the 4th of July, to me, reminds of the greatest advantage with which I was born—the opportunity to grow up an American. I am two generations away from poverty in […]

114: What is the Freedom Formula?

I’ve really been thinking about this thing lately that they call the law of attraction.  I’m sure you’ve heard of it. Remember a few years back when that book, “The Secret” came out and they made a movie of it as well? Actually, that book was sort of a rip-off of “the secret” that Napolean […]

113: How to conquer burnout and the golden handcuffs

As you know, I left medicine entirely about a year ago. I still have a couple of medical related businesses but that’s about it. Without question, I have moved on. All of my physical and emotional energy are devoted to things outside of medicine. Why? Well, I used to think it was a touch of […]

112: Death: The Ultimate Financial Hedge

Everywhere I turn, it seems like someone is talking about how the market could crash any day. As I write this, I see that the Dow has taken a beating today because of the Trump “tough on China” rhetoric.  Tariffs, rising interest rates, ballooned asset prices—is this baby going to blow or what? I don’t […]

111: The Current State of the Economy with Doug Duncan

If you listen to Wealth Formula Podcast, there is a good chance you listen to other shows with similar themes and opinions. In my niche, the one on-going theme is that the zombie-apocalypse is just around the corner. The zombie apocalypse is of course another financial meltdown reminiscent of 2008 or worse. And to be […]

110: What’s Your Financial IQ?: David Norris, M.D., M.B.A

Robert Kiyosaki told me that Rich Dad Poor Dad was written to be a promotional piece for his Cash Flow board game. He really did not write it with the intent of making money on the book itself. Well, that little promotional piece ended up being the number one best selling financial book of all time—not bad!  […]