Unlike the rest on the website, this section is a very personal mix of insights. They can include investing principles, but are perhaps more often related to cycling experiences and travel observations with a loose connection to the investment world.
What Cycling the World taught me about Investing Kotomi’s heaviest setup over the 12-month adventure allowing for a few days’ of independent cycling without supplies
The biggest Dumb Money forum counts 1.5 million members vs. 800k for the largest Wise Money Sub. Learn what Wise money can teach Wall Street
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)
Our rosy expectations set us up to be disappointed. Including, in investing. What the end of high 60 40 Portfolio Returns means and what you can do about it
Selection of best asset allocation investment research for Financial Independence. This week – why you should ignore most financial news
While the Greek and Roman philosophers lived by their philosophy rules it has been to a great degree discontinued or at best partially absorbed and replaced by the emergence of Christianity. Read more about Vipassana Meditation Experience.
After having cycled the world over the past 12 months (c.15 000 kms across Oceania, Asia, North America and North Africa – see my IG
“Compound interest is the 8th wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it; he who doesn’t, pays it” – Albert Einstein 1. Not