I remember years ago I was at a conference, attending a session by Professor Meir Statman of the University of California, Santa Clara and author of the book What Investors Really Want. (Spoiler alert – they want everything.) He was discussing behavioral finance and how money and investing do not involve just rational decisions, but emotional ones as well. As a CPA and being rather analytical, it took me a few years to figure this out. During his presentation, he referred to a good financial advisor as a “financial physician.” While I thought this was a slight exaggeration and a potential insult to my friends who are physicians, there is some truth to the notion that having sufficient financial resources is almost as important as your health. However, I do realize that money cannot buy everything, including good health.