Webinar - The Hand Surgeon's Guide to Investing: Pearls From Financial Experts
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From: 08/29/2017 To: 08/29/2017
9:00 PM EASTERN / 8:00 PM CENTRAL / 7:00 PM MOUNTAIN / 6:00 PM PACIFIC

What is the best approach to successfully investing as an individual hand surgeon? This 1-hour webinar will cover the pros and cons of three popular financial investment models. With an introduction from ASSH Business of Hand Surgery Committee Chair Jonathan Tueting, MD, you'll hear from three respected investment experts in addition to hand surgeon George Richardson, MD. This session will focus primarily on equity and bond markets, less on real estate. Join the webinar to find out the best strategy for you.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the basics of three financial investment models, including a "do-it-yourself" approach, passive indexing, and fee-based wealth management.
  • Understand the pros and cons of each investment model.
  • Understand how each investment model can benefit a hand surgery practice.

 

Speakers

Jonathan Tueting, MD
Associate Professor, Chief of Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery
University of Wisconsin

 

 

Janet Briaud, CFP®
Chief Investment Officer, Partner
BRIAUD Financial Advisors

 

 

Yan Zilbering
Investment Analyst
The Vanguard Group, Inc.

 

 

Charles Rotblut, CFA
Vice President
American Association of Individual Investors

 

 

George A. Richardson, MD
BCS Hand
Bryan, Texas

Faculty:
George A. Richardson, MD
Jonathan Tueting, MD
Co-chair(s):
There is no CME offered for this event.

Fee

$35 for all participants (includes a recorded version of the webinar that will be distributed post-event)

Register

Registration for this webinar is now closed.

Questions?

Contact ASSH staff member Olivia Moran at (312) 880-1918 or [email protected] with questions.

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