Being a private self-employed healthcare practitioner for some 37 years in a small town doesn't quite provide for a secure retirement. Fortunately, I realized this several years ago, and started studying various investment philosophies and methodologies which led me to where I am now...Retired, happy with my life, happy in my marriage of 31 years, and privileged to have touched the many lives of people I've known as patient's and friends. I'm also on a relatively comfortable budget because of my investments! I love music, people, fishing, and the often crazy intricacies of investing. I despise warmongering, famine, bigotry, and intolerance. Life can be grand.....for some of us. I wish it could be so for more of us.
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I'm a Peter Lynch guy. I try to keep it simple, and "buy what I know." I regularly read Seeking Alpha, and comment far less than I read. I find significant value in the discourse that arises out of the articles. I used to post under "Tucker Kirk," but somehow "got lost" when I changed computers, which probably means I am not much of a computer whiz! I posted and predicted frequently on Motley Fool under the name "tuckman52." However, I now use SA almost exclusively as the starting point for all my research. I also invest in rental real estate, and have for many years. (Same for stocks.)