Simba from Compound Your Freedom discusses what investors should do as global stock markets reach all-time highs, and gives us a quick update on his progress towards financial independence.
Pollies Dividend: Yesterday I made my first buy in 2018 for my Vrijheid Fonds. I have a few stocks in my Vrijheid Fonds, which I think are always safe to buy. In the long run they are always value for money in my opinion. One of these stocks is Realty Income (O). I did a quick scan of the company and based on this information/research I think Realty Income is a great stock to have for the long run.
Divnomics: It’s one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions and a commonly broken one as well. While numerous investors, big time entrepreneurs and other successful persons swear by it, it is not always that easy to follow suit. We’re talking about reading books, obviously. Everybody wants to do it more often, but (almost) never get around to it.
Road to One Million: Happy New Year dear readers! It’s 2018, the 3rd year of our journey towards financial independence. There is a lot behind us. 2017 meant a lot of happiness and unfortunately also a bit of sadness for us. All together it has been a good year, and from a financial perspective it definitely feels good. Of course it is time to do a year end review, therefore instead of feelings, let the numbers talk!
David Cox from I Retired Young has just completed his first full year of early retirement. He has written 4 posts looking back to assess what went right, what went wrong, and what worked differently from what he originally expected. In this post he talks about the money.
“We don’t budget, have no financial targets, and make no use of a yearly financial model or plan.” Still, the Divnomics couple compiled an interesting article looking back on 2017 and taking a philosophical look ahead to the future.