Is it worth investing in Emerging Markets?

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What are Emerging Markets? It is the name usually given to countries that have undertaken a course of action in order of establishing a more mature marketplace. These countries don’t have today the economic strength of a developed country (U.S., U.K., Canada, Germany, etc.), but probably they’ll have in the near future. Here are the countries included in the MSCI … Read more

Own a small business (without running it).

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“If your business depends on you, you don’t own a business—you have a job. And it’s the worst job in the world because you’re working for a lunatic!”― Michael E. Gerber, The E-Myth Revisited Many people start a business to gain financial freedom, but most of them never reach it and instead find a more subtle type … Read more

7 Ways to Improve your Finances.

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Discover the best 7 proven ways to improve your finances and grow your wealth. Your journey to Financial Freedom and Early Retirement will begin when you’ll start taking consistent action to improve your finances and grow your wealth. If you made a list of your goals for this year, today is the time to look … Read more

Financial Independence: Early Retirement Extreme.

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How to reach Financial Independence and Early Retirement: the story of Jakob Lund Fisker. What Is Financial Independence? Reaching Financial Independence is the most important objective for most individuals. Financial Independence means having enough savings and investments, to afford the lifestyle you want and never work again. In other words, you find yourself in a … Read more

Buy and Hold strategies.

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Assume that is the year 1980, and you decide to invest $ 10K every year. At the end of 1989 you would have ended up with $210,833. Now assume that is the year 1990, and you decide to invest $ 10k every year. At the end of 1999 you’d have ended up with $280,019 This … Read more