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Dr. David Eifrig Jr.

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Editor

Stansberry Research
Phone: (888) ***-****  
Email: r***@***.com
Stansberry & Associates Investment Research LLC
1217 St. Paul St.
Baltimore , Maryland 21202
United States

Company Description: Stansberry Research is a subscription-based publisher of financial information and software, serving millions of investors around the world. Our business is guided...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • undergrad degree , psychology
    Carleton College
  • bachelor , psychology
    Carleton College
  • Northwestern
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www.stansberryradio.com, 17 Aug 2015 [cached]
Dr. David Eifrig
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Dr. David Eifrig Jr. is the editor of Retirement Millionaire, a monthly advisory which shows readers how to live a millionaire lifestyle on less money than you'd imagine possible. He is also the editor of Retirement Trader, a trading advisory which shows readers a safe way to double or triple the gains in your retirement account, with much less risk. Before joining Stansberry & Associates in 2008, Dr. Eifrig worked in arbitrage and trading groups with major Wall Street investment banks, including Goldman Sachs, Chase Manhattan, and Yamaichi in Japan. In 1995, Dr. Eifrig retired from Wall Street, went to UNC-Chapel Hill medical school, and became an ophthalmologist. Now, in his latest "retirement," he joined S&A full-time to share his experiences and ideas with readers.
Retirement Millionaire
stansberryresearch.com, 4 Sept 2014 [cached]
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Dr. David Eifrig Jr., MD, MBA, is the perfect editor for a unique advisory letter like Retirement Millionaire. He started his career in arbitrage and trading with Goldman Sachs. In 1995, he retired, went to medical school, and became an ophthalmologist. Now, in his latest "retirement," he's joined S&A to share his retirement secrets full-time.
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Eifrig, your recommendations have more than paid for the Retirement Millionaire newsletter. Keep up the great work!" The fact is, if you're not using Dr. Eifrig's Retirement Millionaire secrets, published on the second Wednesday of each month, you are missing out on some amazing opportunities to live a wealthier, healthier retirement.
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Dr. David Eifrig Jr. is the editor of Retirement Millionaire and Retirement Trader. Before joining Stansberry & Associates in 2008, Dr. Eifrig worked in arbitrage and trading groups with major Wall Street investment banks, including Goldman Sachs, Chase Manhattan, and Yamaichi in Japan...
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thecrux.com, 18 Nov 2015 [cached]
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Dr. David Eifrig Visit Website Dr. David Eifrig Jr., MD, MBA is the editor of Retirement Millionaire, a monthly advisory that shows readers how to live a millionaire lifestyle on less money than you'd imagine possible. "Doc" is also the editor of Retirement Trader, a trading advisory which shows readers a safe way to double or triple the gains in your retirement account, with much less risk, and Income Intelligence, a monthly investment advisory which shows investors how to expertly time their purchases to maximize their returns.
Before joining Stansberry & Associates in 2008, Dr. Eifrig worked in arbitrage and trading groups with major Wall Street investment banks, including Goldman Sachs, Chase Manhattan, and Yamaichi in Japan.
In 1995, Dr. Eifrig retired from Wall Street, went to UNC-Chapel Hill medical school, and became an ophthalmologist. Now, in his latest "retirement," he joined S&A full-time to share his experiences and ideas with readers.
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Dr. David Eifrig
Anaconda Trading
stansberryresearch.com, 4 Aug 2015 [cached]
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An Interview with Dr. David Eifrig Jr., MD, MBA | Trading
Dr. David Eifrig is the editor of the Retirement Millionaire and Retirement Trader advisories.
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Eifrig: Well, that's how the world's best investors think about buying stocks, bonds, and commodities. They act only when the odds are heavily stacked in their favor. In a similar way, their portfolios can grow to enormous size because they're greatly reducing risk. If you begin to think about investing this way, you can avoid a huge amount of worry and wasted time, and set yourself up to make extraordinary returns. Like the anaconda, you can rest along the river bank until the right opportunity presents itself. Stansberry Research: Can you give us an example of how you've used this approach? Eifrig: Sure, a great example was in 2010 when bank analyst Meredith Whitney went on 60 minutes and predicted hundreds of billions of dollars of losses in the municipal bond market.
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Eifrig: One of my favorite ways to use this idea for trading is to take advantage of spikes in volatility.
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Eifrig: Because it's a framework rather than a specific strategy, there aren't really risks in the traditional sense. Followed prudently, it can only help you.
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Eifrig: You're welcome.
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An Interview with Dr. David Eifrig
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An Interview with Dr. David Eifrig
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www.stansberryradio.com, 22 May 2014 [cached]
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This week, Dr. David Eifrig, or as we like to call him, Doc, editor of Retirement Millionaire, Retirement Trader, and Income Intelligence, joins Stansberry Radio.
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So once again to bail me out, I've invited Dr. David Eifrig to the show. Doc, how you doin' today?
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Dr. David Eifrig: No, actually, that's in Northern Napa, the grapes and the winery that I hang out in mostly are over in Sonoma County which is kind of across this little mini mountain range about 40 minutes from here.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Oh boy, curve ball question there out of the blue, thank you, Brabs. No, I think the key to doing the three newsletters is having yourself surrounded by some people that share some of your vision, and some of your goals and kind of enjoy doing it. So I've got my assistant Laura who's been, gosh she told me the other day she's been working with me now for about four or five years, so she kinda knows when my brain is thinking something, she's already kinda pre-empting it. She's already ahead of things, she's already doing this, doing that, and then when I give her a hard time about not doing something, or doing something, she always sends the email, reminds me that I told her two weeks ago to not do that. A great example this morning was like, I said hey how come we don't have this up on the website yet? And she sent back the email that I'd sent here where it was literally on the bottom of the list to do, and she says 'cause I'm working through the list you asked me to do.
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Dr. David Eifrig: He's bus-impermeable. So Carly's just really good at keeping the flow going as well, and he's also got some wit, but like yesterday, we launched for Retirement Millionaire and Income Intelligence this uncut version where I'm gonna be on, kinda like this, but with somebody else.
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Dr. David Eifrig: And it was like, he knows I read every one of the feedback emails, so I got it instantly and I just cracked up, and it's, you know, so that's the key is working with people that help you, put up with you and then really, probably most important for me have a sense of humor and laugh with me, 'cause I love to laugh.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Yes
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Dr. David Eifrig: Stop, no way.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Oh, wow [laughs].
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Dr. David Eifrig: Hey, I could care less about what you want to do, I'm looking up on my calendar, and I'm like freaking out.
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Dr. David Eifrig: I'm on baby.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Is it actually June 10th?
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Dr. David Eifrig: Thank you. All right.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Yeah, so one of the things that's well studied and pretty clear is there's not much of a connection between GDP as it's measured, which is this Gross Domestic Production, which supposedly compiles a whole bunch of areas of what the country economy is doing and then a correlation between that number and the stock market.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Yeah, macro-picture in equities, macro-picture in fixed income.
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Dr. David Eifrig: I would say yes to that.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Yeah, so uber is a great example.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Right, yeah, so they slapped a buck, it's a buck per ride on everybody, and so your uber fare went up from four months ago, it went up about three months ago a buck, and so that's pooled, and so they're instantly, uber was able to then in the states that were trying to fight them, they're able to say no, we do have insurance now on all these cars, and so next, what's your next complaint, what's your next problem?
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Dr. David Eifrig: Yep, and out in San Francisco, there's a question about fees. They're not paying the airport taxes and the commissions and all those kinds of fees.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Yep.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Yep.
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Dr. David Eifrig: And you know, it's just, I love it.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Sure.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Yeah, sure, and I would say, I don't know if you know this Aaron, but you can go onto - if you're a paid subscriber to Stansberry products, we're in the midst of some website changes, you can't get it once you log into Stansberry, so log out of Stansberry, and then just pull up stansberryresearch.com again and on the top banner it does say bookstore.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Yep.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Yep and we're about to lower that on Amazon back down to where we have it on our website but it's High Income Retirement.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Yeah, and in fact, I just ordered it, 'cause you'll get a kick out of this.
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Dr. David Eifrig: 174 out of 176. Yeah.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Yeah, I think that's a way to put it.
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Dr. David Eifrig: I am hoping to.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Yes, I have adjusted my calendar so I think you and I are gonna be doing a live radio show from Dallas together.
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Dr. David Eifrig:[Laughs] Oh yes. Absolutely
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Dr. David Eifrig: That's not my price of entry, man, that's my birthday present to you.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Maybe I'll bring a second bottle so you don't have to drink it all that day.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Hey, before we go, I do have a question for you.
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Dr. David Eifrig: I heard the lineup, and this is not, you know listeners here, this is not a pitch that Aaron said, pitch it, I'm like seriously.
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Dr. David Eifrig: Yeah, when you guys invited me, I was like, yep.
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Dr. David Eifrig: I love it Brabs, thanks man. Bye.
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Dr. David Eifrig Jr. is the editor of Retirement Millionaire, a monthly advisory which shows readers how to live a millionaire lifestyle on less money than you'd imagine possible. He is also the editor of Retirement Trader, a trading advisory which shows readers a safe way to double or triple the gains in your retirement account, with much less risk. Before joining Stansberry & Associates in 2008, Dr. Eifrig worked in arbitrage and trading groups with major Wall Street investment banks, including Goldman Sachs, Chase Manhattan, and Yamaichi in Japan. In 1995, Dr. Eifrig retired from Wall Street, went to UNC-Chapel Hill medical school, and became an ophthalmologist. Now, in his latest "retirement," he joined S&A full-time to share his experiences and ideas with readers.
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