In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Joseph from the Youtube channel Let’s Talk Money.
I am quite excited about this episode as I am a subscriber to Joseph’s channel myself and watch it on a regular basis. Joseph loves talking all things money: From the stock market for beginners to how to buy stocks and from passive income and side hustle ideas to the best investments in dividend stocks. My primary interest in watching Joseph’s videos is to learn more about dividend-paying stocks as I want to grow this part of my investment portfolio. Joseph will make it easy to distil the information and guide us through the wonderful world (–> nerd! ) of stock pickings and dividend stocks! This episode is for you if you are interested in learning more about stock pickings or if like me, you want to grasp the essentials behind dividend-paying stocks better! … More How to Get Started with Stock Picking and Dividend Investing with Joseph
In today’s episode, we talk to The Wealthy Finn about Peer-2-peer lending, what it is, what the risks are, which platforms to use, how to deal with taxes, etc. He is heavily invested in stocks (both individual stocks and index funds) and explains why he still wants to add Peer-2-Peer lending investments to his portfolio. To spice it all up, the Wealthy Finn will share some horror stories and as well will tell us about his “wacky” investments.
This episode is for you if you want to learn more about investing in Peer-to-peer lending platforms in general and as well to learn from real hands-on experiences about what it is to invest and diversify one’s assets. … More What is Peer-2-Peer lending? Investing in Mintos, camels and more with The Wealthy Finn
Erik explains the key idea behind The Mastermind Within and we also take a look at motivation, time management, tracking expenses, house hacking, investing in trendy opportunities such as crypto. … More How to achieve our goals through personal development and intentional living with Erik
Why I write about Personal Finance, why is managing your finances important? … More Why I write about Personal Finance
Hey there friends, Just stumbled upon this article from Budgets are Sexy that I read enthusiastically. In short, J. Money, a long-time blogger, is comparing his life and finances of 2012 to those of 2019. I thought it provided good food for thought on where I was myself 7 years ago and where I am now, and … More What has your journey been since 2012?
A change of year is the perfect occasion to reflect on the past year and to share some of the great stuff I experienced, learned and that inspired me in 2017. I strongly believe some of this packed goodness will help us all achieve our goals for 2018 and beyond. … More New year’s resolutions and how to achieve them in 2018
Amigos! Let me reveal the one lifehack that will finally answer these 2 questions : Can I afford to buy my latte everyday on my way to work? (or how can I balance today and tomorrow’s little pleasures?) How do I start building wealth? The funny story is that I have used this financial “strategy” … More The one financial lifehack you need to start applying today
Friends, Unless you have been living under a rock, you have heard of the hype around Bitcoin surging to unseen heights (up to 6500 EUR/7700 USD as of this morning) The topic has come up several times during recent conversations with friends, if you follow our Facebook page and Instagram account you saw that even … More Should you invest in Bitcoin?
Hello Friends, Are you like my buddy Chad who often says : “I am very happy with with my house, I love it and it’s such a great investment!”? I am always appalled to hear the latter! Chad is not the only one saying this, I have heard many times around me. Of course buying … More 5 Reasons why your home is not an investment
Dear friends, I have just finished reading the book Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki. As I was telling some acquaintances I was going to start a Personal Finance blog, I was advised to read the book. The title “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” did not sound entirely foreign to my ear and in fact, … More Book review : “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”