Welcome to the first of many TRTI posts, this will be a new series I’m starting. And it all starts here, with a fresh start to my portfolio. I can hear you asking: ‘If it’s a fresh start why is it called Chapter Two?’. Well, this is the second stage of my investing plan, I hope you are as excited as I am to find out more!
September is behind us, which means that 3/4th of the year has already passed. I remember the first day of my full year as a Dividend Growth Investor like yesterday. My first full year has been nothing short of awesome, and I can’t wait to show you how my portfolio will keep spitting out cash until the end of the year. But first, let’s review September!
Here it is, my write up about the company a lot of you will now, but few of you will be really able to explain into detail what this company does. I’m here to give you a solid summary of all activities of Alibaba and how they will turn people into billionaires. Before we start you should know that I have a long position in Alibaba since the beginning of August 2018.
August has passed, eight down, four to go. Last month I’ve had a nice month where I traveled to Italy for two weeks and my girl came back with me to The Netherlands for two weeks. She has just left and now I get to fully focus on my journey to FIRE again. It all starts with this monthly update of the month August!
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.