Interactive Brokers is widely used by members of our European FI community. See in theis review why is that and whether or not it makes sense for you.
On your way to FI tracking your finances is key. It’s like having a compass when you’re lost in the forest. Here’s how Mr RIP is doing it. He’s also published part 2 so check that out as well.
Since I went through this experience, tried out a couple of different side hustles and at the end manged to quit my job and become FI, I can only recommend reading Kens article about this very important topic.
Bear markets and bull markets. When do they start? When do they end? How do we know it? Apart from being happy a bear market is over, what shuld we do?
Let’s welcome another FIRE book. Is it relevant only for people living in Switzerland or for others too?
Ken has some valuable advice for getting rid of your debt quicker even if you have a low income.
More and more people were pretty much forced to work from home and in many cases it became a permanent situation. Ken put together a list of the highest paid jobs that you can do from home.
Does saving money make you happier? Mr Fight to Fire explored this question. Let’s see what the surveys tell us.
The Poor Swiss calculates some very impactful scenarios comparing different investing strategies based on how long you wait until you invest your money. For many this is common sense but it can be very valuable for new readers. Enjoy.
“Why working in tech is not as amazing as you might think.” Mr RIP shares more details about his path to FI, about his career so far and the decisions he made.