You need an Investor Policy Statement if you are serious about your investing. In this article I will lay out exactly what an IPS is, why you need one, and how mine looks like.
The stock market has seen some serious volatility the last couple of weeks. After a bull run for the last decade, we have not seen a lot of these swings. Alright, in February people thought the end of the world was near when the S&P 500 corrected slightly over 10%, but from there it was … Read moreVolatility in the Stock Markets is Back
How much do you want to be able to look into the future? Would you take the chance if it presented itself to you? You could see all the world events that are going to happen, and when they’re going to happen. You could see stock prices and make incredible amounts of money. You could … Read moreYou Can’t Predict But You Can Prepare
In the past my index portfolio consisted of both stock and bond ETFs. I used to follow the age – 10 rule for the bond part. So at 25, I would have 15% of my portfolio in bonds and 85% in stocks. However, I decided to remove bonds from my portfolio entirely. You can read my complete investor’s policy statement here.
As a person looking to become financially independent and fire my boss, I’m always investing my money. As soon as it enters my bank account, I assign every euro a job, and a lot of it goes to my investments. This is my investment strategy to become financially independent in Europe.