As I mentioned in my last post, investing makes a lot of sense for people who want to retire earlier, safer, and with a higher degree of protection than one would have with a regular job. This is applicable to basically everyone. I explained this with the distribution of all the freshly printed cash that … Continue reading Who gets all the money?
People all around the globe face unprecedented challenges. Well, at least it's unprecedented for my generation (Gen X), and certainly for Millenials and anyone younger than them. Millions are losing jobs, are forced into quarantine. Many are in dire need of some kind of assistance, whether it's cash, food, or both. Here in Thailand, we … Continue reading About multiple income streams
People were talking about the possibility of an economic collapse for a few years now. Over the last two or three years, whenever I visited a bookstore (yes, I do that) I saw countless books from economy professors, advisors, and other professionals talking about the next crash. I read some of them and I agree … Continue reading Is this THE opportunity for the next decade?
The coronavirus is now officially a pandemic. A serious threat not only to human lives but also to the world economy, to our health system, and yes, even to our financial system. As the virus spreads further, entire countries are closing borders, schools are closing doors, events get canceled, elections move online. People get scared … Continue reading Panic has never been a good adviser
Investing in the stock market always involves risks. In financial jargon, we have something called a "magic triangle". It describes and shows the relation of the three cornerstones of any financial investment: Profit, security, and liquidity. You can never have all three maxed out. The more your investment tends towards one cornerstone, the less the … Continue reading To space and beyond!
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!
Today is the last day of the first week of December and it's about time to get serious about the plan for 2020. I have spent some sleepless nights on reviewing my personal budget for the next year, adjusting savings targets, expenses and thinking about upcoming opportunities. Health For 2020, I target a savings rate … Continue reading Planning the next year
These two words rarely come up in conversations. Even with my friends and colleagues, unless initiated by me, I have seldom noticed anyone popping them up into a regular chat. I guess there are good reasons for that. They sound complicated. They sound very "financial". They just don't fit in the "what are you planning … Continue reading Assets and Liabilities
2019 has only a few more weeks to go and unfortunately, my budget is telling me that I am going to miss some of my personal financial goals and targets this year. Since I had a one month gap in between jobs (which was a goal for 2019 to have) and missed one salary payment, … Continue reading Missing Targets – 2019 Full-Year Forecast