Stakeholders are the better shareholders

There was some amazing news coming from Wall Street a few weeks ago. 181 CEOs, members of the so-called business roundtable and representatives of some of the largest companies in the USA, declared that maximizing shareholder value is no longer the single purpose of their companies. Instead, the emphasis would shift towards stakeholders. I believe … Continue reading Stakeholders are the better shareholders

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About ETF Investing and DRIP

One of the most popular ways to invest is to purchase so-called Exchange-Traded Funds, or short, ETFs. The concept is simple and quickly explained. It is basically a similar structure to a regular fund, where stocks of companies are being purchased into the fund and then being sold to potential investors as one product. The … Continue reading About ETF Investing and DRIP

Thinking about inflation

Today is the 12th of May, which means that today is the last day of the 19th week of this year. This, in turn, means that we have only 33 weeks left until it's New Year's Eve again. Time is short. I have fulfilled one of my targets for 2019 and took a break in-between … Continue reading Thinking about inflation

Overcoming the emotion of fear

Following up on my last post, I would like to write today about fear. Just as a reminder, in my last post I introduced 3 important topics, that are necessary to understand and successfully turn towards an investor mindset. These 3 points are the following: Understanding and accepting the principles of the so-called “financial triangle” … Continue reading Overcoming the emotion of fear

The Financial Triangle

When it comes to investments, one must realize a few things and learn to learn to deal with them. In my humble opinion, this is the main thing that makes the difference, between a successful investor, and anyone else who is hoping for the government to support him or her, once they get old enough … Continue reading The Financial Triangle

FIRE – is also a job

FIRE stands for "Financial Independence Retire Early" and it's actually not a new concept. Any freedom-loving-person will have had this idea no matter at which point in time/history/place in the world. The idea behind it is very simple: Saving up cash, investing and stop working as soon as possible. It's a great idea, but unless … Continue reading FIRE – is also a job

Discipline, Patience, ​and Emotions

To reach financial independence, it is important to save, invest and to create alternative sources of income. At the same time, it is also important that we keep our spending routines at bay to ensure that at the end of the month, the account remains positive, all bills have been paid and that there is … Continue reading Discipline, Patience, ​and Emotions