Why you should stay away from funds I started seriously investing in the stock market in 2016. My first steps was a regular transfer (500 EUR / per month), to a managed funds called Keytrade Funds. The funds promised nice returns in the longer term. I picked out 6 funds in total (mostly stocks and… Continue reading How to build the perfect ETF portfolio
A recent experience I had on Mintos with two creditors (Lutecredit and Monego) made me decide to write this blog. I would like to start with the events that lead to this blog, so read on. If you just enjoy reading about my mistakes and failures then scroll down a little bit more. Mintos released… Continue reading Five mistakes I made when investing in peer to peer you can avoid
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
Real estate still is a favorite of many to invest in to get that passive income. There is nothing like that feeling of actually being able to touch your investment. The majority of the people will invest in property in their own region. The reason is quite simple, you know the place, the housing prices, the… Continue reading Investing in real estate in Europe
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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