New Additions to the Blogroll - SRGO, Live Free MD and the Wall Street Physician

I'm discovering great physician bloggers with increasing frequency.  Here are 3 new additions to the FPMD blogroll.  For those unfamiliar, the Blogroll offers a small but excellent selection of physician run blogs.  These doctors not only have the passion for helping their medical colleagues, but also managed to find time in their busy lives to share that passion with us in the form of a website.  Enjoy!


SOME RANDOM GUY ONLINE (SRGO)

Emergency Medicine

Some Random Guy Online (SRGO) has been a student of the White Coat Investor like myself.  In September of 2016, he decided to take up the keyboard and share his experiences with the world.  In his own words, he's "just a random guy who's working to take care of his family, pay off debts, and save for retirement.  If one person can learn from my experiences and financial missteps, then I'll consider my blog a success."  He's already got at least one fan in FPMD.


WALL STREET PHYSICIAN

Radiation Oncology

Another relatively newcomer in the world of medfinance, but I'm already impressed with his work.  The Wall Street Physician is a radiation oncologist who in his previous life, worked as an investment banker.  His blogs about all aspects of physician personal finance, but with a focus on investing.  His motto? "Helping doctors navigate the crazy world of finance".  


LIVE FREE MD

Sports Medicine

Live Free MD is a sports medicine physician who got into, but more importantly, got out of $400,000 student loans.  He shares his knowledge, insights, and experiences in working hard, getting out of debt, and investing and building wealth.  All while focusing on the ultimate goal - living the life you want without financial restrictions.


Future Proof, MD

Dr. Bo Liu is an aspiring radiologist-in-training and the founder and editor of the White Coat Money Blog.  He has an interest in interventional radiology and helping his medical colleagues get ahead in this mad world of medicine and money.  When he's not crushing the list at the PACS station or typing up your next favorite blog post, you can usually find him at the local badminton club, movie theater or the most recently opened restaurant.