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Mid 50's physician who now is in private practice after years of working for state government, ultimately as state director for large Developmental Disability agency and full time faculty at a state medical school. Retired from full time in 2012, now teach just part time while seeing pilots for the FAA.
Grew up as oldest of five children, mother was a school librarian after our father "bailed out" and left family. Worked hard, compulsive saver/ investor (maybe too compulsive?), married, three children ages 25, 23,18. Twenty five year old has cerebral palsy/ developmental disabilities, hence my interest in that area of medicine.
Basically more of a buy and hold investor, lean towards value stocks,
especially strong "moats" with rising dividends. Now managing a very large portfolio of primarily DG stocks, as well as mutual funds, primarily through Vanguard.
Bonds, Developed International Markets, Dividend stock ideas & income, ETFs, Emerging Markets, Mutual funds, REITs, Retirement savings, Stocks - long
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