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iMedExchange Responses to Financial Crisis
Date:11/10/2008

Social Network for Physicians Conducting Teleconferences with Top-Ranked

Money Managers

SEATTLE, Nov. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- iMedExchange, the leading social network for physicians practicing in the U.S., is hosting a series of teleconferences for members featuring respected money managers moderating wide-ranging discussions of the causes and consequences of the current economic downturn and suggested courses of action recommended for physicians practicing in a time of economic uncertainty.

Hosted by iMedExchange, Sinnott Wealth Management will be presenting "Perspectives on Asset Allocation":

-- George and Debbie Sinnott of Sinnott Wealth Management will co-moderate

a discussion entitled "Perspectives on Asset Allocation." George is an

independent financial advisor whose practice focuses on medical

professionals, other high net worth individuals and successful small

business owners. Debbie is vice president of Sinnott Wealth

Management, specializing in client relations and financial analysis.

George and Debbie Sinnott will jointly moderate the discussion Nov. 10,

6 p.m. EDT.

-- Next month, Steven Abernathy -- an expert financial advisor named the

nation's top ranked money manager seven times by Thomson Financial's

Nelson World's Best Money Managers -- will headline a discussion

entitled "Update on the Markets." Abernathy is the founder of The

Abernathy Group, an investment firm widely noted for its "legacy

strategy" investment plans designed to safeguard the majority of a

client's wealth even in the event of a market catastrophe, while still

outperforming the S&P 500. He's been featured by CNNfn, Barron's and

on the cover of Money magazine.

"Our community is teeming with discussions of the current market turmoil and suggested responses -- both personal an
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