... if you wouldn't need to work anymore? If you wouldn't need to worry about food, shelter, and health, what would make you get out of bed every single day? As the election in the US is drawing closer, I have spent some nights learning about some of the presidential candidates. The person who is … Continue reading What would you do…
Looking forward to the year ahead, I have summarized my expected dividend payments and put it together in a nice, motivational format. What do I mean by that? Being a numbers guy, I crunched the numbers. Let me summarize the highlights: On average, I will receive 8 dividend payments per month. 3 of those are … Continue reading Monthly Dividends
Ah, we did it! 2019 has passed and 2020 has started, and I believe that this year will be a very exciting one. Let's do some stock predictions for the new year. The stock market will continue to thrive I know, some people just see bad things on the horizon, but I am pretty confident … Continue reading 2020 is here. It’s time for some predictions!
The year is coming to an end, and despite all the chaos around the globe, it wasn't a bad year after all. No financial crisis, no armed conflicts on a global scale. Considering all the projections from 2018 it could have been much worse. I feel like this year passed way too quickly and personally, … Continue reading 2019 wasn’t too bad
The stock market has been going up for quite some time now, and every now and then we can read about some market analysts predicting the next crash or crisis. The common consensus is that it's not whether a market crash will happen, but only when it will happen. And I fully agree. It would … Continue reading How to prepare for a market crash
I am sitting at Starbucks (SBUX) and listening to some old Christmas jingles. Yes, even the Starbucks in Thailand is playing American jingles as Christmas is drawing near. For many hard-working employees out there, this time of the year is not only an opportunity to spend some days with friends, family and to eat more … Continue reading What to do with your Christmas bonus?
...begins with a single step. There might be twists and turns, ups and downs, but once we start walking and frequently check our compass, step by step we get closer to the finishing line. Reaching the goal of financial independence requires a substantial amount of money in savings and investments. Getting there is not easy … Continue reading A journey of a thousand miles…