Have you been subject to any of these biases before? Check out how to prevent them in Radical FIRE’s article.
Gaining financial independence requires discipline in saving and investing so staying the course is vital. Staying optimistic will provide motivation over the long term.
Route2FI shares his learnings with us, they are not only about investing, but also about reading, goals, finding like minded people or embracing his personality.
If you invest in index funds/ETFs and you’d like to understand how safe or risky it is to rely on the stockmarket, you need to know about the trinity study. The Poor Swiss gives us an overview.
The CashflowCop reveals how to apply the first lesson he learned in Detective School to money/investment decisions.
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…
What is Dollar Cost Averaging (DCA)? ThePoorSwiss did a nice little analysis…
Time to run for the hills! Says FIREvLondon. Or rather keep kalm (and listen to Iron Maiden’s song “run to the hills“)?
Ricardo explains what a recession is and how you can prepare for the next one.