I’ve got to break free…. I want to break free, yeah…. I want, I want, I want, I want to break free. (Queen) Don’t we all want to be free?
The FIRE community is great source for both technical investment advice and life improvement. Plenty of excellent sources out there. It is also a community where people FI early: mid thirties, early forties…. Where people share a lot of damn good numbers. Could it be that we now want to keep up with a new set of … More Beat the FIRE Joneses!
People get rarely born being fully convinced of the vlaue of a FIRE journey. So, what got me fired up? I can’t remember who started this series The Money mine started this series, I liked most post that I read. It shows that there a phases you go through, you can identify yourself and sometimes adjust … More What got me fired up?
The only one to blame for the loss is Amber Tree Leaves. Not trading options, not the market. Me… I do consider this a valuable lesson. Let me tell you why.
The formula to reach FI has an income part and en expense part. I wonder how I can increase the income site of the formula. For my nob, we commissioned a paid survey. I was curious to see how you can make money with this.
The play money portfolio that I have is a contratian portfolio. Getting in a trade is one thing: I base myself on oversold assets that look to be bottoming out. Sometimes I place an outright bet. Getting out is another thing. So, when to get out?
The principle and concept behind a covered call is clear to me. In theory it looks simple, so putting in in practice should be easy. Or so I thought…
Travel the world and the seven seas is important for us. Getting experiences over material possessions is what matters.Travel with 4 people requires money, a lot of money. We decided to set aside money in a travel fund.
There are these moments in time that assets are dumped, worth far less than their real value. That is the time when you should be buying these assets. Of course, you need to have the cash available to do so.
After the big moves in January and February, I thought it would be a good time to look at my portfolio and how it performed. This seems to be a good practice to me. It comes down to the question of risk tolerance. Is my portfolio in line with what my stomach can support?