Investing for financial independence can feel quite dull over time. Now that I am used to living in Europe again, the excitement has made way to routine. How did I do in July?
In May I finally restarted with my investment program after two hectic months and am now firmly back on track to financial independence.
Do you feel bored? Like really bored? The perfect solution: move to another continent. The last month was a huge stress and chaos and the second (and hopefully last!) zero investment month in the history of this little blog.
In March I missed my investment target for the first time in 26 months. What happened?
This February I learnt that I will be moving to Europe for the next three years as an assignment with my current company. Good news, as this will be a great experience and allow me to save quite a bit of money on top of it. How did February treat my portfolio?
So, the year of the rooster is here and I am still sticking to updating this little blog in the search for financial independence. Work has boring me a bit lately and I often find myself dreaming of pursuing other interests once I am financially independent. How much closer did I get?
An eventful year has come to an end. How did my investment plan and portfolio do? Did I achieve my goal for 2016? Read on for the full review including the monthly update for December.
November was a weird month. The US really elected Donald Trump for president, what a bizarre world. How did my investment plan progress in November?
In October I managed to exceed my yearly investment target and I received a new personal record amount of dividends. Read on for the details!