My investment strategy is 100% based around investments in the stock market, and I am actively looking to diversify into real estate too. As an experiment, I have invested in two crowdlending projects, but I don’t really like this type of investing. Today I’ll discuss my problems with Dutch peer to peer lending platforms.
A while ago I published an article on how compound interest helps young investors become extremely wealthy over time. This investment potential is something I want to explain further today.
You might have heard of the term dollar cost averaging, or DCA. Let’s not change the terminology to Euro Cost Averaging here. Even for our European purposes, the principle works.
Everyone who has ever thought of investing money in something might have thought about what to invest in. This is not an easy topic, as there are lots of possibilities. Having a target asset allocation is key. In this article, I will go into what an asset allocation is and how you can come up with one yourself.
Compound interest helps young investors tremendously. You’ve probably read that somewhere before. But why is this, what makes compound interest so powerful? And why should you care if you’re young?