Cycle the World

Unlike the rest on the website, this Blog Section is a very personal mix of insights. They include investing principles but are often related to my recent world cycling adventure.


Find inspiration for your next destination!

Financial Independence

Cycling Tibetan Heartland – A day from my diary

Tibet was the most rewarding part of all my cycling adventures, not only because of physical challenges.

Spiritual Tibet played a big role.

But I quickly realized other aspects that make it a unique place.

This region is the heartland of Nuclear China and a place with extensive minorities including Hui Muslims and Tu Mongols whose ancestors served in Ghenghi Khan’s army.

But China was also the most challenging country I have cycled in.

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Ride Morocco – The California of the Muslim World

In June’21, Morocco reopened after having contained most of the pandemic in an exemplary manner.

Here are the 6 things that I got used to and that I will dearly miss.

And a teaser of what awaits, should you choose Morocco as your next destination!

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Financial Independence

Cycling the World – A Practical Guide

While you may be here to read about investing, some of you were curious about ways to travel the world on a bike. But also to lower your cost of travel, in general.

Here are my key practical insights to get started.

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European Index Investors

How to invest in stocks during a Market Crash?

These are the 10 Rules they have learned
During the March Stock Market Crash pretty much all my family members and some of my friends asked me how to invest in stocks. Given the current market turmoil, there is an increasing appetite for buying stocks. This is what you need to know should another crash materialize (e.g. should the liquidity problems turn into solvency problems in the wider economy later this year)

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