At University I lived at first in a 12 m2 student room. It was big enough to fit in a small bed, a closet, lavatory, 2 person couch, desk and tv. I actually found an old picture of the room: My first student room. Cute isn't it? It looks a bit like a jail room… Continue reading My first apartment | Real estate property #1
October 10 2008I have been retired for 10 years. I am one who has said over and over again. Stay the course. Look for the long term. Yeah, sure. That's fine until today. Today did it. I am just starting to be scared so that I won't tell my wife what happened today...stocks down...bonds down...I'm… Continue reading The market is collapsing and I’m losing everything | What the 2008 crash can learn us today
Legal versus actual retirement age in OESO countries When we look at the actual retirement age versus the legal age, we can see that the real age is in most countries, especially Western countries, bellow the legal age. The government cannot force anyone to work, but at the same time they are not required to… Continue reading Increase your pension and lower your retirement age
“Today people who hold cash equivalents feel comfortable. They shouldn’t. They have opted for a terrible long-term asset, one that pays virtually nothing and is certain to depreciate in value.” - Warren Buffett I mentioned in an earlier of my posts (check it here) I invest in startups. This is mainly because of the 45%… Continue reading My Startup investments and how can you invest in Startups?
An important factor in reaching Financial Independence is managing to generate a passive income. So what does that mean a passive income? A passive income means you generate a certain amount of money per month, without needing to do much for it. This does not mean that setting up your source of income does not require… Continue reading Top 25 methods to get a passive income!
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