There is a lot of "happy talk" from governments around the world promising a swift recovery and promoting a way back to a "new normal" on the immediate horizon. However, when listening to politicians we always need to keep in mind what their incentives are. Politicians have a vast interest in painting positive pictures because … Continue reading Keeping investing in difficult times
Yesterday I watched an interview with Warren Buffett. It was actually from February this year, but I hadn't that much time to focus on such a long single video then. The interview went on for over 2 hours. Now, with working from home and my hotel closed, this was an opportunity to seize. Warren Buffett … Continue reading Buying great companies at a fair price
This post is probably 12 months late. As we are in the middle of a global pandemic, people are losing jobs, lives. But even more are coming to realize that they miss something truly important: An emergency fund. I got to admit, I am also not a great role-model here. Over the last 5 years, … Continue reading About emergency funds
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?
... 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