Here is a statement from Wasatch Educational providing accurate information about the upcoming medical school in Provo:
Considering current discussions in the community and on social media related to a new medical school coming to Provo and its proposed location, those managing the medical school development wish to provide accurate information about the relationship of the medical school with Provo’s East Bay golf course prior to the official forthcoming medical school announcement.
The founders of Provo’s Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions (RMUoHP) are the visionaries managing the development of the new freestanding medical school under the direction of Wasatch Educational, the holding company of RMUoHP. Wasatch Educational is currently working with the City of Provo to finalize a proposal, subject to approval by the Provo City Council, to build the medical school on 24 acres of the northwestern portion of the East Bay Golf Course (approximately 11 percent of the total golf course acreage).
The development and construction of the medical school includes professionally relocating three current holes to the southeast corner of the existing course at the expense of the developers. This will enhance the existing 18-hole Championship Course with no change to the existing 7-hole executive Short Course, Driving Range, and all other buildings and property currently on the course. The East Bay Golf Course will remain a viable community jewel for years to come.
Wasatch Educational will integrate extensive green space in and around the medical school campus, creating a park-like atmosphere that both protects and preserves the environment, nature, wildlife, and bird life.
The economic impact of the proposed education facilities to the City of Provo and Utah County during the next ten years includes 1,588 jobs, $83.1 million in construction business, and approximately $100 million annual business infusion. It is anticipated that the medical school will be a magnet for many more health, medical, biomedical, biotechnology, and related spin-off businesses, which may add hundreds of well-paying jobs and property tax monies to the community. Additionally, this proposed initiative should result in more than $8 million directed to the Provo School District in the first 15 years.
The new medical school will join other Utah medical schools in developing physicians desperately needed to stem the tide of a national physician shortage. In fact, in Utah approximately 375 new physicians are needed each year to meet the growing medical needs. More than 400 students per year leave Utah to attend medical schools out of state and most do not return. Utah presently ranks near the bottom nationally at 43 out of 50 in overall physicians to population ratios and 49 out of 50 in primary care physicians to population ratios.
Creating a new medical school in Provo provides great opportunities to bring better access to healthcare for Utah residents and provides huge economic benefit. Additionally, opportunities for internship programs will be made available to Utah County junior and high school students interested in pursuing a medical/healthcare career.
Apiary Fund's Shawn Lucas penned an OpEd, which appeared in the Deseret News. He points out the strong history of 'firsts' Utah experienced since statehood within the financial industry that lead to the strong financial technology industry we have today in Silicon Slopes. Here's the link to read the OpEd: A rich Utah financial history fuels growth in Silicon Slopes.
Offers hedging opportunities to traders
Customers buy and sell gold, silver and other metals alongside their Apiary trading activitie
Apiary Fund announced today it is officially a dealer in metal bullion and offers its traders the opportunity to use the company's purchasing power to buy and sell precious metals – silver, gold, palladium, platinum, and others – to hedge their portfolios.
People interested in investing in metals should contact Apiary Fund directly. Each investor decides the volume of metal they want to buy and Apiary sells the physical asset to them at a slight premium over the spot market price.
"We encourage investors and our traders to consider buying hard assets such as metals to hedge against the volatility of paper assets found in many investment portfolios," said Shawn Lucas, CEO, and founder of Apiary Fund. "Our ability to purchase bullion in bulk allows us to offer metals at a better price than may be available at other locations."
Apiary Fund will also buy metals for its own inventory from its traders.
"As we deal more and more in metals, we foresee a day when we are buying and selling metals a majority of the time among our thousands of traders," said Lucas. "This provides a strong hedge for our traders as well as the Apiary Fund."
For more than a year, Apiary traders traded metal contracts. Today they can buy and sell physical metals. The transaction adds shipping costs of the metal to the buyer’s location.
Apiary Fund points out three key reasons to consider investing in metals:
Apiary Fund buys and sells in the spot market. As an institutional fund managed by thousands of traders around the world, Apiary employs the same hedging strategies and techniques it teaches its traders. Apiary traders use the purchasing power of the Apiary fund to get better pricing.
About Apiary Fund
Located in Orem, Utah, Apiary Fund is a private company that develops traders and gives people the opportunity to seek the freedom of flexible income by trading with our money. Through technology and education, we empower our traders to work toward their path to success. http://www.apiaryfund.com/
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OREM, Utah, Sep. 27, 2017 – The Apiary Fund announced today a new program to extend account membership to family members of their traders. Available now, The Family Plan gives up to four family members the same benefits and opportunities to become Apiary Fund traders.
"Many family members of our customers want to become traders themselves," said Shawn Lucas, CEO, and founder of Apiary Fund. "With input from our traders, we determined it was a good time for us to offer a membership plan with reduced rates for family members."
The Family Plan works similarly to a mobile phone family plan. The primary member pays the standard monthly fee of $97 to access all the features and benefits the Apiary Fund provides. Each added family member pays a monthly membership fee of only $47 per month.
The Apiary Fund is a proprietary trading fund. Members receive access to trading training and coaching. They learn by trading unfunded practice accounts. When they reach a certain level of trading skill, they receive an actual account and trade using Apiary's money. As they succeed, the fund shares a significant part of the profits they earn with them.
Family members using The Family Plan, receive all the benefits and features the primary account holder receives. They receive their username, password, and their account. When they qualify, they receive a trading account of $2,500, $5,000, or more that they use for live trading. They also take part in shared profit, which can be 60 to 80 percent of the gain they make from their trading.
About Apiary Fund
Located in Orem, Utah, Apiary Fund is a private company that develops traders and gives people the opportunity to seek the freedom of flexible income by trading with our money. Through technology and education, we empower our traders to work toward their path to success. www.apiaryfund.com
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