Risk free return investment strategy is a guaranteed lost on investment return

A year ago the world went into lockdown and investors anxiously watched how the stock market price index seemed to be falling off a cliff’s edge. A large majority of shares and indices lost 40% of their value within a few weeks and seriously questioned the continued existence of complete industries in our world economy.Continue reading “Risk free return investment strategy is a guaranteed lost on investment return”

What are ‘Safe Havens’ and when should you invest in them?

It’s an interesting blog to add to my portfolio library of investment articles. It gives a fairly compact summary of your options. However this one does not include the cryptocurrency option and focuses on the more established segments of the markets that are still very applicable alternatives in these turbulent economic times.  https://www.moneycrashers.com/safe-haven-investments/

Profits, ownership, taxes and lawsuits

You made a killing on the stock market or your new online business last year, great but don’t forget about those taxes. And if anyone knows about taxes and lawsuits it’s Robert Kowasaki but actually he doesn’t its his advisors that know everything. Living true to his philosophy of surrounding himself with people who areContinue reading “Profits, ownership, taxes and lawsuits”

Bitcoin and our current fiat currency economy

I love this guy just for his enthusiasm in itself. Christopher Jaszczynski. https://u.today/christopher-jaszczynski-mmcrypto Someone that puts his money where his mouth is with apparently 95% of his entire portfolio in Bitcoin.   Whether you believe his forecasts or not based on the growing number of billionaires and institutions buying into Bitcoin, it is his final wordsContinue reading “Bitcoin and our current fiat currency economy”

Invest like Aysha van de Paer

I am a little bit jealous today. I stumbled across a very interesting blog from this woman and instantly recognised her financial wisdom and insight. I was so impressed with what I read that I not only wanted to subscribe immediately but decided to message her as well (no no no, it’s not what you’reContinue reading “Invest like Aysha van de Paer”

A trillion times zero is zero

Lynette Zang. If you don’t know who she is then ‘Google’ her. This interview shows her in depth knowledge of precious metals, the fiat currency and the present illusion of value in the market melt up. But Jake drew something of even greater value out of her where she opens our eyes to investing into variousContinue reading “A trillion times zero is zero”

The remedy to cure FOMO

Maarten Verheyen In the ideal world you need to be fully invested in shares when they are rock bottom and gradually sell as they rise in value creating a new cash reserve for your next investment and getting out of markets when share prices are peaking. The majority of investors do the very opposite. TheyContinue reading “The remedy to cure FOMO”

Maarten Verheyen vs Lyn Alden

Voor mij persoonlijk, de Nederlandse versie van de Amerikaanse Lyn Alden. Ondanks bepaalde sterk verschillen hoe zij hun boodschap overbrengen,  de wat  harde aanpak van Meneer Verheyen tegenover de meer zachte informative methode van Mevrouw Alden, zijn ze wel gemeen in hun aparte Contrarian Investing filosofie en ze hebben alle twee een heel sterke kennisContinue reading “Maarten Verheyen vs Lyn Alden”

The Ethical Investor

Alterfin Investing in sustainable development. I am still studying, learning & growing about attaining financial freedom. But Roberts Kiwosaki’s words about always giving back have never been forgotten. In his cashflow 101 game we would regularly land on the square where we had to donate to charity even though we were still deeply trapped inContinue reading “The Ethical Investor”