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It’s the Most Stressful Time of the Year

We’re less than two weeks away from the beginning of the most stressful time of year… the holiday season.

But one thing you can make less stressful is travel.

The Secret to Staving Off Sickness

This time of year, we face a takeover by obnoxious little bottles.

They’re everywhere… gas station checkout counters, grocery store entries, medical office waiting rooms, even our office restrooms have them on the sink. Talk about overkill.

Doc’s Formula for Buying Winning Stocks

I hear folks say this all the time… “I wish there was a magic formula for investing.”

It turns out, there is.

Four Ways to Promote Better Digestion

Doc’s note: Today, I’m sharing an essay from my friend Dr. Param Dedhia. Param is continuing his series on one of the keys of good health… digestion. In today’s issue, Param explains why you aren’t only what you eat…

We are told “you are what you eat.” But this is a lie.

How to Avoid This Critical Investment Mistake

Doc’s note: Many of the best companies in the world are based in the United States. But if your portfolio is stuffed with American companies, you may be in a dangerous position… far more so than you realize.

That’s why today, I’m sharing an essay from my good friend and colleague Steve Sjuggerud. He explains how that hurts your portfolio and details a country you should consider adding to your portfolio today…

On Your Mind… Hospital Ratings, Milk Myths, and the Truth About MSG

“Why haven’t you answered my question yet?”

You might be surprised to learn that this question is one of the most common questions I get.

Don’t Let Careless Airlines Ruin Your Vacation

Amanda had been looking forward to her trip to Ireland for months. She’d bought her tickets, made her hotel reservations, and planned activities in three different cities. Everything was well planned…

But her trip hit a snag before it even started.

You’re Smarter Than 92% of Americans

I’d bet that you’re smarter than 92% of Americans. Here’s why…

As a reader of Health & Wealth Bulletin, you’re serious about being in control of your own finances. If you’ve been following me for any significant amount of time, you’ll know I’ve covered everything in the investing world from options to asset allocation to fixed-income investing.

It’s Time for Your Brain’s Rinse Cycle

Your brain is a washing machine.

Granted, it’s an incredibly complex, highly developed washing machine. But the cleaning aspect is roughly the same.

Can’t Hang on to Your Billions, Eh? Do This…

Doc’s note: Once a billionaire, always a billionaire, right? Not exactly… Building wealth is difficult, but keeping your wealth is just as difficult.

Today, to continue celebrating my publisher’s 20th anniversary, I’m sharing an essay from my good friend and colleague Steve Sjuggerud (longtime readers might remember this from 2017). He lists 10 tips to keep your wealth after you’ve worked hard to earn it.