Carl from Money Mow gives his opinion on the best FIRE Podcasts out there.
Financially Free in 10 Years: So I’ve posted all of my monthly buys, but I never posted a complete up to date overview of my current portfolio. Which means I also didn’t analyse it enough to check on my diversification which of course is a bad thing. So I thought it’s time to post an overview for you all to roast. 🙂
Cheesy Finance: As some of you might recall, we’ll be going on a 9 week road trip through Europe. Why? Because it’s very difficult to do this again once our little one goes to school mandatorily (aged 5). But mostly because it’s great fun. Like most of you probably agree, some of the fun is in the preparation of the trip. The 9 Week Road Trip Itinerary presented here is a rough indication of where we’d like to go.
Divnomics: The decisions you make in life can have a huge impact on your future. As it comes to finances, there is one thing that might be having the most impact of all: buying a house. Timing of the market, the debt you take on and the costs of all of it is substantial.
Pollies Dividend: As frequent reader of my blog you know that I’m writing some posts to try to financially educate my kids. I know they are still very young (6 and 9) but it is never too early to start. And they can read these blog posts later on in life 😉 (This is probably the case, because they don’t speak or read English very well at this moment – You got to love an understatement!).
The Road to One Million: If you are interested in investing in real estate, there are two main ways to do it. You can either buy a real estate yourself, or you can buy shares in companies whose activity is owning and managing real estates. This article will be about the latter one.