Vacations, we all like them and most of us look forward to them throughout the entire year. Living from vacation to vacation is something you could experience quite easily when you’re stuck in a 9 to 5 job. What is the effect of a vacation on our mindset and not importantly, on our finances?
It’s been two months since I purchased my first stocks (60x JD.com on the 20th of July) with my new line of credit. Let’s look back and reflect and I will share my views and opinions about this credit. Hopefully this post triggers a discussion about the use of credit, I’d love to hear your opinions and insights!
I believe that there are two kinds of debt, positive debt and negative debt. In this post I will tell you about the way I’m cautiously going to try and get into debt, positive debt that is.
As a dividend growth investor I have never really looked into pure growth stocks that return no set amount of cash to their investors. Lately though the IPO of the Dutch company (Amsterdam based) Adyen made me think, there are a lot of companies that will grow hard for years and start paying a dividend later. This post will be about Adyen, Alibaba ad JD.com.
I think for an average 22 year old who hasn’t worked instead of going to school I have quite a jumpstart to my financial life, but it can’t continue forever. Here I will explain what I did to get such a sum invested and why this year I will have to shift back a few gears.