Retirement Should Be Retired

Retirement isn’t what it used to be. Literally. The most traditional idea of retirement originated in the late 19th century in Germany to provide pensions for the working class. The idea was that laborers reaching the age of 65 were required to cease working and enjoy the benefits provided to them by the state. This […]

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Dear Dr. Robot: Get to work! (How Artificial Intelligence Weakens Physician’s Job Security)

Have you ever had a deep conversation with a robot? Lately, I’ve considered how my own inter-personal skills might be applied to technology. After all, I am an emergency medicine doctor who now manages a string of hospitals and must be helpful to members of my staff. What if I woke up one day and […]

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The New Economy: Shorting the U.S. Dollar by Borrowing Funds for Passive Income Investments

Betting against the United States Dollar may seem counter-intuitive and even un-patriotic. Yet after analyzing the numbers and witnessing the ever-widening discrepancies between the Haves and Have-Nots, I dare say most of us have no choice. The problem begins with quantitative easing, one method the U.S. Treasury has used in recent years to keep interest […]

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