Ad Otium is a money and philosophy lifestyle blog, chartering a course towards otium liberale – a state of liberal leisure away from employment. The blog often runs counter to the typical FI/RE mindset of optimisation and cost cutting, instead focussing on balance, temperance and taking steps to increase income.
Hi! I’m Mischu, I’m living in Germany and sharing my personal path to FIRE. Investment focus: ETFs, dividend growth stocks and REITS. | Salut! Sunt Mischu, traiesc in Germania si scriu despre calea mea spre independență financiară. Focusul de investiții este pe: ETFuri, dividend growth stocks și REIT.
Welcome to the reference site about investing where you will learn everything you need to be a good investor, make money investing and achieve your financial goals. I would like to help you realise that increasing your wealth, obtaining higher returns on your investments and reaching financial freedom is possible. You only need to follow some simple steps. | Bienvenido a la web de referencia sobre inversión donde aprenderás todo lo que necesitas para ser un buen inversor y ganar dinero. Me gustaría ayudarte a darte cuenta de que ganar dinero invirtiendo, obtener alta rentabilidad en tus inversiones y alcanzar la libertad financiera es posible, sólo hay que seguir unos pasos.
ahorrainvierte is a blog in Spanish for learning about saving and investing. | ahorrainvierte es la web para aprender a ahorrar y a invertir: Cuentas, Depósitos, Fondos de Inversión, Robo advisors, Acciones y brokers, Recursos y Promociones…
Fixed-income blog of a father’s financial decisions to transfer his portfolio to his newborn son at the age of 18. Apart from investing in the Turkish stock exchange, he also writes informative articles on savings and financial freedom. | Sabit Gelirli Bir babanın yeni doğmuş oğluna 18 yaşına geldiğinde portföyünü devretmek için verdiği finansal kararları anlatan bir blog. Türk borsasında yatırım yapması dışında tasarruf ve finansal özgürlük konularında da bilgilendirici yazılar yazıyor.
My blog is about helping people to feel more optimistic about personal finance. I use scientific research and my own personal experience to break down the barriers to saving money and investing. I originally created the blog to document my experience of trying to achieve ‘financial independence’ on an average UK salary. Then I came to realise the importance of having a positive relationship with money and how science and psychology of money can help with this.
Who doesn’t want more money? Who doesn’t want a higher paid job with fewer hours? Who doesn’t want to semi-retire tomorrow? Unless you are in the top 20% of earners, you’re becoming relatively poorer every day. The capitalist, consumerist draws on your frugal lifestyle make such dreams seem unrealistic. I am Money Mage and I’ll be writing on wealth, using money wisely, savings and investments, living frugally, frugality hacks, living well, looking after yourself, and having fun.