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

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Dividend Stocks make your worries go away

Over the last couple of months, I have started to reduce my social media presence and to close many of my online accounts. My Facebook account has been deleted (I seriously didn't miss it a single day), and the same thing happened to my Twitter account and AirBnB. As I move closer towards my goal … Continue reading Dividend Stocks make your worries go away

Freelancing is the future – and so is investing

Many things have changed since I finished high school. Some for good. Some for bad. Some for... it's hard to tell yet. For example, my parents used to tell me that if I wanted to be successful, I had to finish high school, then graduate, and if I really wanted to become the best I … Continue reading Freelancing is the future – and so is investing

Trading stocks in Thailand

I decided a few months back to open a stock account for my wife. I am not a big fan of shared or joined accounts and prefer if everyone has his/her own fair share of independence. Therefore, while we keep our bank accounts separate, it only makes sense that she also has her own source … Continue reading Trading stocks in Thailand

FIRE – It’s about time, not money

Financial. Independence. Retire. Early. F.I.R.E. If you are interested in financial freedom, sooner rather than later you will stumble upon this term. While reaching financial independence and being able to retire early is not a new concept, it seems that these days it got plenty of steam, and there certainly is a very good reason … Continue reading FIRE – It’s about time, not money

Evaluating your expenses

My family was never wealthy, frankly speaking, there were times when we had trouble to get through a month and as far as I remember, we mostly lived paycheck to paycheck. This resulted in a very low pocket money which our parents would hand out to me and my brother. It didn't bother us when … Continue reading Evaluating your expenses

6 Dividend Ideas for 2018

We are about to pass the main dividend season in Europe and 2018 is poised to be again another record year for investors and shareholders with a massive increase in dividend payouts across the globe. Reason enough to bring the topic up and to discuss a few ideas for dividend-seeking investors. There is an old … Continue reading 6 Dividend Ideas for 2018