The Power of Cash-Flow

Conservative investors or people who believe that stocks are too risky often prefer to put their hard earned money in real estate. The usual arguments are always the same and go something along those lines: It's a "real" asset, meaning that you can touch it, you can see it, you can visit it or live … Continue reading The Power of Cash-Flow

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Get paid dividends every 2 weeks – with only 2 stocks in your portfolio

Today, a post with some information for those who appreciate regular and more frequent dividend payment. With "frequent" I am talking about getting paid twice a month and achieving this by investing in only two companies. How is this possible? Well, it turns out that there are a few selected companies out there which reward … Continue reading Get paid dividends every 2 weeks – with only 2 stocks in your portfolio

What happened to banks?

My vacation is coming to an end, and I had the opportunity to meet friends, old colleagues, new potential colleagues (in case I decide to return to Berlin someday) and re-visit all my favorite places. I admit, it might be a cheesy thing to do but there is this kind of nostalgia coming up every … Continue reading What happened to banks?

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

What is passive income?

Today I would like to clarify a few points regarding the term "passive income". There is probably no financially successful person in the world who would not preach the mantra of protecting your financial future by having multiple streams of regular income. Relying on your job alone is a risky endeavor. You are dependent on your … Continue reading What is passive income?