Portfolio update September 2019

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Dear friends, family and financial freedom seekers from all over the world.

The first month of the fall has arrived. I’ve already found the wool socks from my back of my closet in order not to freeze my feet while writing this monthly update. Brr…

I’m looking forward to our vacation in Portugal starting from Tuesday next week. Hopefully the weather is a bit warmer than in Denmark. It would be nice to dive into the pool with my daughters.

We booked a nice holiday home through AirBnB. It’s usually much better and cheaper than a hotel room.

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Portfolio update January 2019

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Hello fellow Financial Freedom and Wealth seekers!

We are one month into the new year and it’s time to take a look at our portfolio performance.

I have a feeling that 2019 is going to be huge. I’m not just thinking about my portfolio performance here, but also the lending sector in general. P2P / Crowdlending is getting attention as more and more people learn about this “new” way of investing. It’s not really new, it has been around since 2005 but if you compare it to the stock market it’s quite fresh.

If you listen to the most popular investing media channels though, P2P lending is very rarely mentioned. I think this will change in the coming years. I really enjoy the stability and predictability of peer to peer lending. In my opinion, this way of investing is soooo satisfying compared to watching the value of your stocks go up and down.

Generating a monthly cash flow (that keeps going up!) is not only about stacking coins. Every coin set aside and invested is another step in the direction of freedom. Freedom to spend your time on whatever you value the most!

When you review your portfolio once a month, you see that you’re on the right path. One day, the cash flow of your investments will surpass your monthly expenses and when that happens you can call yourself Financially Free. Knowing that you will reach your goal eventually is extremely satisfying!

Let’s see how far away from financial freedom I am:

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Portfolio update November 2018

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Hello fellow Financial Freedom and Wealth seekers!

First off, I’d like to apoligize. I know my responses to questions on email, Facebook and blog comments have been slower than usual. 

November was crazy busy for me. It started with 2½ weeks in another work location, then traveling around in the Baltics to visit FastInvest, Crowdestor and Grupeer. While it has been a great month with a lot of new impressions I must admit I look forward to December. Hopefully it will be less stressful.

Sometimes it can be hard to live up to expectations from kids and family, my IT job and you guys here on the Blog. Just know, that I do my best.

On the bright side, my investments are doing really good and income keeps rising. Even blog income keeps climbing.

I’m still amazed that some of you write to me directly to make sure you use my affiliate link and support the blog. You guys are the most supportive and loyal readers I could imagine, I can’t thank you enough! <3

On to the numbers!!

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Savings rate – Increase income or save more money?

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Why is savings rate important?

When you are steering towards Financial Freedom it’s fun and satisfying to look at your income raising from month to month. However, income is only a part of the equation. Expenses are just as important. Still, a lot of people choose to neglect this area. Why? It’s obvious… It means cutting down on all the things you’re used to buy for short term pleasure! Who want’s to cut down on fun? We all want to be rich to spend lots of money, right? Continue reading “Savings rate – Increase income or save more money?”