Throughout my career, I’ve considered most of the advice given to individual investors as B.S.
I’ve been in the professional investment advice advisory industry since 1971, when I first started speaking at major money conferences around the world, trying to help investors separate the investment chaff from the wheat.
In the mid 90s, Money Magazine did a feature on the five largest circulation individual investment newsletters, and rated each A–F.
Money handed out only one A grade. Yes, to my investment newsletter, Richard C. Young’s Intelligence Report.
Not long thereafter, with Matt and Becky in college, it seemed like a good time for Debbie and me to buy V-Twin Harleys to help us to see and understand the country from a different angle. We also bought a pink Conch cottage 90 miles from Cuba, in Key West, the Southernmost spot in the U.S., where we’ve been for almost 30 years. That’s also when I pretty much retired from dealing with the public.
Along the way I have researched on many subjects, my prime targets being retirement investing and our personal health. Listed here are my three recent favorite health books. I strongly urge you to consider investing in all three for your own health and longevity.
- What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Hypertension – Mark Houston, MD
- Grain Brain – David Perlmutter, MD
- The Paleo Cardiologist – Jack Wolfson DO, FACC