Getting Rich by Using Other People’s Money? Yeah, it’s possible and Sander is doing it. Heck, he FIRE-d on it. Just that bloody cliffhanger….
DutchIndependence had a rough month with high expenses, but still managed to increase his wealth. And just look at that portfolio distribution!
@thepoorswiss compares Degiro with Interactive Brokers, probably the most interesting brokers you could use to invest in stocks and ETFs in Europe. This time he considers Tiered Pricing. Let’s see who the winner is.
Rent or buy a house? It depends a lot on your situation, where you live in the world and what your plans are. Here are some general considerations from @Peter__Michael from https://myinvestment.blog
The article with the most clicks on Firehub.eu in November appeared on the blog Financial Independence Ireland. The author’s father, “a strong believer in socialist protectionism”, comes up with some common objections to investing and saving. In this well-structured article, the blogger has a closer look at these objections and compares her situation with her brother’s. She also puts it in an Irish context (pension plans, taxes – and buying a round of drinks!) and gives us her personal version…
Kate and Seb, a couple in their 40s with one young daughter, asked Ken from @thehumblepenny at what age they can realistically hope to retire. In this detailed case study, Ken goes through their numbers to show them they are in a good place. Not only that, he also shares the logic and calculations he used, so that we can apply them to our own personal situations.
Fight to FIRE explains what PRIIPs are and why they prohibit brokers from making US funds available in the EU.