financial movement defined by frugality and extreme savings and investment. By saving up to 70% of annual income, FIRE proponents aim to retire early and live off small withdrawals from accumulated funds
If you read about Financial Independence Investing from a US source you know how easy it is to buy Index Funds in North America – sit back and enjoy the Passive Income! And yet Europe and the UK are a bit of a different ballgame…
The Stock Market is a powerful money-making machine that can make you rich and financially independent
But how much can you lose? And how do you take advantage of market crashes?
Investing is more about following sound principles than knowing all the details – simplify your portfolio with these asset allocation strategies to improve performance and time you need to dedicate to portfolio management. Here is how to clean up your portfolio from asset classes you don’t need
Selection of best asset allocation investment research for Financial Independence. This week – why you should ignore most financial news
If you live in Europe or UK investing in a globally diversified portfolio means you are getting significant exposure to foreign currency, typically USD since roughly half of World Equities are in the US. US Investors face ETF Currency Risk with International Equities. I’ve looked into actions you need to take to hedge your portfolio
Are you planning on Investing for a few years e.g. house down payment a college fund or a wedding and wondering how to best deploy your savings?
Here are some very simple ways to invest that can also include some of your favourite asset classes without compromising your overall goals
How to Invest in Gold to increase Returns from Your Equity Portfolio. With Negative Real Yields now Gold may be the Alternative – Look at the Last 30 Years