Blog Post of the Month

Blog Post of the Month – July 2019

The markets have been going up for the last few years and it is sure they are going to drop one day. Every now and then, predictions for a new crash or a market correction come up. Is there anything we can do right before a market crash? FIREvLondon has listed 6 things to do, for example focusing on defensive stocks or increasing your ’emergency fund’. And then he reveals what he is going to do. Read the blog post…

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FIRE v London Article

Why the market’s about to drop – and what I’m doing about it

Time to run for the hills! Says FIREvLondon. Or rather keep kalm (and listen to Iron Maiden’s song “run to the hills“)?

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FIRE v London Article

Holding up the mirror to my own trading behaviour by @FIREvLondon

Minimalists and “2-ETFs-is-all-I-need”-investors should read this article only to confirm their own strategy. FIREvLondon examines how many transactions were made with his wife’s portfolio (80 positions) and his own (+200 positions) in one year and if he is more buying than selling.

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The Frugal Foxes

Freetrade: My stock picking journey begins by Thefrugalfoxes

Thefrugalfoxes over at frugalfoxes.home.blog starts their adventure with stock picking app Freetrade. If you are curious about stock picking, this is a great, non-intimidating place to start.

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Compound Your Freedom Article

Investor lessons from Warren Buffett’s 2018 letter to Shareholders by @cyfreedom

Ever wondered what the 88 year old Buffet and 95 year old Munger might do in their “old days”? Find it out by reading Compound Your Freedom’s review of Buffet’s letter from a long term investor’s perspective, and a selection of top quotes within it.

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