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Dr. David Eifrig
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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Dr. David Eifrig 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. Dr. David Eifrig


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Dr. David Eifrig
Dr. David Eifrig 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. Dr. Eifrig: Read this before drinking your next morning coffee Facebook Twitter E-mail medicine money Dr. Eifrig: One chart that explains what's wrong with medicine today Facebook Twitter E-mail 17309480255_a16a130b05_b Dr. Eifrig: The closest thing to 'free money' in the stock market Load More Posts Dr. David Eifrig


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From Dr. David Eifrig, MD, MBA, Editor, Retirement Millionaire: Crux note: Dr. David Eifrig, or "Doc" as we call him around here, is always looking for the best ways to help his readers live healthier, wealthier, and as you can see above, even happier. Doc's latest project has been learning all about how the brand new Social Security laws will affect his readers in 2016. In short, he's found that married couples and divorced women will be hit the hardest by the new rules. So he recently teamed up with one of the foremost Social Security experts in the world to show his readers how to protect themselves from a drop in benefits. Dr. David Eifrig Dr. David Eifrig


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