This month of March 2020 has been quite unique for me. First, we saw the fastest bear market for the stocks in history. At the time of writing this article, the S&P500 has gained more than 20% from its current bottom making it the strongest stock market increase since the Great Depression. Also, for the first time in my life, my employer has put me under partial unemployment.Continue reading “Net Worth Update #03: March 2020 – Partial Unemployement (+3’838 CHF)”
This update is also published a bit late (end of March 2020) but is important. In February, the COVID-19 had an outbreak in Europe, and Italy put the country in lockdown in the end of February. This decisions, which was also followed by other major europeans countries, had a dramatic effect and marked the start of a bear financial market for stocks.Continue reading “Net Worth Update #02: February 2020 – Before the storm”
This post starts the series of weekly (or so) newsletter where I will summarize key articles I read and are worth sharing. There will also have a dose of entertaining content such as videos. I hope you enjoy this collection.Continue reading “TSF Digest #01 – What a time!”
// This article was written in very early February but only published mid-March 2020. Sorry for this delay. I have not touched the text of evolution and expectations for each wealth category. Things have since drastically changed.
Friends, today is the first edition of the upcoming monthly Net Worth Updates! January 2020, how did we do?
This month was not planned to be a great from a saving perspective. Between Christmas with the families (travelling and buying presents), new tires for the new car, and random activities to enjoy the 2-week break this was not expected to end with good results.
But we are following the “fat” FIRE mindset and therefore we enjoy ourselves from time to time. Let’s get to the numbers.Continue reading “#01 Net Worth Update: January 2020 – The Beginning”
I plan on not spending time on choosing multiple ETF over time and use a very lazy passive investment behavior to achieve my financial freedom. I strongly believe that you will not find a lot of benefits in buying multiple investment products. Over time, just buy the market. Earlier, I pointed that I am keen on S&P500 ETFs and highlighted some key elements to look after such as Total Expense Ratio and fund liquidity. However, can we do better than just going for the S&P500? The answer is yes.Continue reading “Finding Our Top ETF For Financial Freedom”