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About My Shoe Order from Road Runner Sports, Inc.

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Inquiry Topic: Technical Problems
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Comments: SHOES FELL APART-NO GLUE ALL THREE SOLE LAYERS – WHOLE BATCH MAY BE BAD

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DEIDRE,

No problem. I assumed as much.

So – You deserve to know that as a podiatrist, reconstructive foot and ankle surgeon, sports medicine physician and running foot doctor for 30 years, I will be sure to honestly relate my experience to all colleagues, patients, clients, friends, family and blog readers [3/4 million].

Assessment: Perhaps, if you spent more time on quality control, rather than marketing, advertising, blogs, emails, TMs and social media aps; things would have been different?

I only wanted a transaction and pair of shoes – not a personal relationship. I got neither. Never-Ever-Again.

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Ventas, Inc. is a real estate investment trust (REIT). The Company has a portfolio of seniors housing and healthcare properties located throughout the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.

The Company operates through three segments: triple-net leased properties, senior living operations and MOB operations. The triple-net leased properties segment invests in seniors housing and healthcare properties throughout the United States and the United Kingdom and lease those properties to healthcare operating companies under triple-net or absolute-net leases that obligate the tenants to pay all property-related expenses.

The senior living operations segment invests in seniors housing communities throughout the United States and Canada and engages independent operators, such as Atria and Sunrise, to manage those communities. The MOB operations segment, acquires, owns, develops, leases, and manages MOBs throughout the United States. It invests in seniors housing and healthcare properties.

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[By Rick Kahler MS CFP]

“Sell Everything!”

That’s the advice to investors from RBS, a large investment bank based in Scotland, which issued the dire recommendation to its customers on January 8th, 2016.

The warning urged investors to sell everything except high-quality bonds, predicting the global economy was in for a “fairly cataclysmic year ahead …. similar to 2008.” They said this is a year to focus on the return of capital rather a return on capital.

Stunning

I was first stunned that a respectable investment bank would issue such a radical recommendation. Then I was amused at my own surprise. I had momentarily forgotten this is logical behavior for a company whose profits depend on its customers actively buying and selling. It is not legally required to look out for customers’ best interests and has no incentive to do so.

Clearly, the time-honored way of earning market returns over the long haul is to diversify among asset classes, rebalance religiously, and always stay in the markets. The research is overwhelming that shows those who attempt to time the markets have significantly lower returns over the long haul than those who don’t.

Example:

For example, according to a study by Dalbar, Inc., over the last twenty years the average underperformance of investors and advisors that timed the market was 7.12% a year.

What’s so bad about trying to minimize loses and selling out when things begin looking scary?

Nothing. Who wouldn’t want to exit markets just in time to watch them fall so low that you could sweep up bargains by buying back in? Therein lies the problem: not only do you need to get out on time (not too early and not too late), but you must then know when to get back in.

The Crystal Ball

The only way I know to do this is to own a crystal ball, which the economists at RBS apparently possess.

Here are a few of the things they say to expect:

  • Oil could fall as low as $16 a barrel.
  • The world has far too much debt to be able to grow well.
  • Advances in technology and automation will wipe out up to half of all jobs.
  • Global disinflation is turning to global deflation as China and the US sharply devalue their currencies.
  • Stocks could fall 10% to 20%.

Prediction

The last prediction was the one that grabbed my attention. Given the comparison of the coming year to 2008, I expected a forecast of a significantly greater drop in stocks, say 40% to 60%. Comparatively, their forecast of 10% to 20% seems almost rosy.

While RBS is particularly gloomy, bearish forecasts have also been issued by other investment brokerage firms, including JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays, Deutsche Bank, Societe Generale, and Macquarie.

Just for perspective, here’s a look as reported by The Spectator at previous predictions from Andrew Roberts, the RBS analyst who issued the recent dire warning. In June 2010, he warned,

“We cannot stress enough how strongly we believe that a cliff-edge may be around the corner, for the global banking system (particularly in Europe) and for the global economy. Think the unthinkable.” In July 2012, he said, “People talk about recovery, but to me we are in a much worse shape than the Great Depression.”

Incidentally, one thing Roberts did not predict was the meltdown of 2008.

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Assessment

The inaccuracy of earlier dire predictions should encourage physicians and all investors to stay the course.

As usual, chances are that those who diversify their investments among five or more asset classes and periodically rebalance their portfolios will come out on top. The odds greatly favor consumers who ignore doom-and-gloom warnings, especially from those whose companies may profit from investor panic.

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By Rick Kahler CFP® http://www.KahlerFinancial.com

Rick Kahler CFP“Buy low and sell high.” That was my simple approach when I was a smart young investment advisor. I poured over a company’s balance sheet, earnings statements, and forecasted returns. Then I bought those companies that were bargains and waited for my gains to roll in. More times than not, they did—eventually.

The problem came with the “not” and “eventually.” A majority of my picks did go up in value, but the minority that were “nots” still lost enough to have a negative impact on my bottom line. Even more frustrating, some of my “nots” turned into gains “eventually” after I sold them.

My investment returns were similar to findings from Dalbar, Inc., a financial services research firm. Dalbar’s studies have shown that average active investors barely beat inflation over the long term. They significantly underperform investors who put their money in an index fund of stocks and leave it alone.

So much for my early investment brilliance! Over the past 40 years, I’ve learned that with every passing year I know less than I thought I did the year before. I’ve proven to myself I have no idea where any market is going tomorrow, next month, next year, or in the next 10 years.

This awareness has led me to become increasingly passive in my investments. In passive investing, rather than trying to time the buying and selling of winners and losers, you instead buy a representative sample of the entire market. This is possible in any market: bonds, stocks, real estate investment trusts, or commodities. You simply buy mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETF’s) called index funds.

Benefits

The two biggest benefits of passive investing are cost and diversification.

Costs

Index funds have incredibly low costs, with annual fees as low as 0.1%. Contrast that with the average equity fund that costs 1.5%, fifteen times more. According to research, 97% of active mutual fund managers don’t beat the index over 20 years. Even the 3% who do must beat the index by more than the 1.5% fee they charge, in order for their investors to come out ahead.

Diversification

The smaller number of stocks owned – the more my fortunes are tied to those few companies. It’s the old adage, “don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” By owning index funds, I own hundreds or thousands of securities. While I will never hit a home run, I also will never strike out. My returns will be “average.” Investing may be one of the few professions where being average puts you in the 97th percentile of all investment managers.

The NaySayers

Not all of my peers agree with this philosophy. Many very smart investment advisors jumped off the passive investing bandwagon after 2008 and returned to tactical asset allocation, which is another name for timing the markets.

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Harold’ Strategy

A noted investment advisor, Harold Evensky MBA CFP® of Evensky & Katz, addressed this issue at a conference last year. After the 2008 crisis, his firm hired researchers to evaluate whether they could find any tactical strategies that would have avoided the crisis. They found some that, in hindsight, would have worked. Yet he didn’t feel those strategies could be comfortably applied looking forward. Instead, the firm decided to add a 20% allocation to non-correlated alternative investments, something I’ve done since the late 90’s. In other words, they increased their clients’ diversification.

Assessment

The bottom line is that passive investing actually gives you more control. It allows you to focus on reducing costs and taxes, the aspects of investing you can control. It frees you from trying to beat the market and worrying over what you can’t control.

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Dear Dr. David E Marcinko,

Hello!  We are looking for a Manager of Surgical Nurses and Operating Rooms.

Our client has a wonderful opportunity to have a work balance life style.  If one of your ME-P readers would like the peace and quiet of a small town plus a great opportunity for your career, this opportunity is for them!

This position will manage and supervise functions related to patient care in the operating rooms; ensure effective delivery of patient care and compliance with administrative and facility policies and procedures.  This position will pay $60-75K depending in experience.  Direct Hire in Kansas.

Responsibilities:

• Guides and directs nursing staff regarding safe, effective patient care, problem-solving and decision making according to patient needs, staff capabilities and facility resources.
• Maintains up-to-date knowledge of new procedures, products and equipment used in the OR.
• Interviews, orients, assigns work schedules, conducts and reviews evaluations and disciplines personnel to manage performance.  Oversees OR staff in conducting annual performance evaluations and competency documentation.
• Ensure proper daily staffing levels in all operating rooms.
• Assist in investigating and initiating follow-up and corrective action when necessary in response to complaints and/or concerns from patients, families, physicians or employees.  Develops, implements and monitors, methods and strategies to achieve high patient satisfaction results.
• Is familiar with, and maintains compliance within the OR Department, on all regulatory agency requirements.
• Maintains compliance with accreditation/licensure requirements.
• Identify operational needs; manage appropriate level of equipment and supplies and monitors equipment maintenance.  Assess the environment and make recommendations to ensure optimal patient comfort, safety and compliance with various regulatory bodies.

Qualifications:

• Diploma from accredited nursing program.
• Current Licensure as Registered Nurse and able to obtain a Kansas license.
• Minimum of 3 years management experience in hospital setting preferred.
• Certification in area of specialization.
• Demonstrated excellent communication skills.

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THOR, Inc. is a cutting-edge business solutions firm that has been working with some of the top companies throughout the United States for nearly 40 years.

If you are interested in the Manager of Surgical Nurses and Operating Rooms position, please send your updated resume along with salary history to kathyw@thorgroup.com. If you are not interested in this opportunity, perhaps you know someone who might be, please have them forward their resume to me!

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Dear Dr. David E Marcinko,

Hello!  We are looking for a Director of Accounting for Hospital client located on East Coast. This is a Direct Hire position.  The position will oversee 3 Managers and 15 FTE’s.  This position will report to the VP of Accounting.

POSITION SUMMARY

The purpose of the position is to provide primary oversight, supervision and strategic direction to the General Accounting Department. This position ensures the accuracy of hospital’s consolidated financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and system-wide policy.

Job Requirements

1. Previous Director / Manager experience in Hospital / Healthcare Accounting role
2. CPA or MBA required.
3. 7 to 10 years of experience.
4. The knowledge and ability to direct, control and supervise the activities of the General Accounting Department at a level generally acquired through 7 to 10 years of progressive experience in healthcare accounting
5. Experience formulating business and accounting policies and procedures
6. Extensive experience using computerized accounting systems and Microsoft Office.

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If any ME-P reader is interested in this Director of Accounting position, please forward their resume to me at kathyw@thorgroup.com.  If you are not interested in this opportunity, perhaps you know someone who might be … please have them forward their resume to me!

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