June’22 Best Links – Evidence Based Investing, Active Bets, Crypto, European Matters, Book and Movies, Design Your Lifestyle
If you were to believe everything that the folks in the personal finance industry say, using credit cards is pretty much a no-brainer. After all, you get free money for a month. But most of the advice given is US-centric. Does the same advice also apply to European residents?
There are a lot of misconceptions about Bogle, especially amongst his fans and the Bogleheads community.
Eric’s book is not a biography of John Bogle in the conventional sense nor is it an introduction to his claim to fame, that is, index investing.
Instead, the book may be characterized as an attempt to chart the impact the Bogle on the history of the mutual fund industry.
What makes the book stand out? Our readers won’t be surprised to learn that most of Nick’s work can be found in other books we’ve reviewed. In fact, parts of the book have been published on Nick’s own Of Dollars and Data blog.
But with this new compendium, Nick adds some fresh perspectives.
Most importantly, he organizes the essential knowledge into actionable steps and does it in a pleasant way.
This guide is designed for Investors looking to protect their International Equity Portfolio. The key criteria to think about when choosing European and UK Bond ETFs for your Investment Portfolio are Availability, Diversification and Bond Type.
Personal finance can be confusing, especially if you’re new to it.
ETFs, Passive Investing, Permabears or FIRE – what do all the terms financial bloggers use actually mean?
When I first developed an interest in managing my own money, it took me several years to learn about the various concepts and strategies.
Now, I like to think I have a working knowledge of the most important terms.
May’22 Best Links – Evidence Based Investing, Active Bets, Crypto, European Matters, Book and Movies, Design Your Lifestyle