While life happens, your portfolio builds up. Having a look at this pile of assets from time to time does not hurt. Being a spreadsheet nerd, I can now easily follow all of this via custom build tool. So, let’s see where we are…
For almost 2 years now, I have been using the Amber index to track our progress towards FI. With this index, I can keep my numbers private while still discussing our progress. With the extra experience and insights we have now, it is time to update the index.
We are among the people than lend free money to our government. At the end of this month, the government will pay back the zero pct interest loan we gave in 2105. So, what to do with our tax return?
Towards the end of 2016, I went to see one of the financial planners/upscale banks in Belgium. A first get-to-know meeting is free. Worst case, you loose an hour. Best case, you pick up some ideas.
Meet a blogger with great analysis on the economy and stock market! … More Interview #9 – Lyn Alden
What can options mean to your dividend yield? No that 2016 is over, I can give a real life example of what it means to my yield. … More Yield booster from options – case study
A few days ago, I started to question some of my fiscal advantageous investments. What if I could do it better myself? What would you do based on the numbers?
Recently, I booked a free introduction meeting with a Financial Planner. I did a few of these before. I do this out of curioisity: what services do they offer, could it help me, what benefit would there be for me?
When I started out to document my options income, I had no idea what to expect. I thus set low goals, as a way to have a target and not to oblige myself too much into taking risk with options. We are now 3 quarters into 2106, and it has been amazing.
Having goal and plan in place means that you have to stop and look back once in a while to see where you are compared to the plan. Are we doing fine, is our goal still realistic?