There is an old saying that goes something like "when the tide comes we'll know who has been swimming naked". We are currently writing anno 2019, and it seems like a long time ago, that the tide was here. That is in a lot of senses good, as we are currently enjoying the economic benefits … Continue reading When the tide comes…why we might need a new recession…
There is so much cool stuff on the internet, and recently I found one of those things that I just have to share with my crowd. It's the campfirefinance blog/website. Not only is it a really cool FIRE blog, but it also sports a very comprehensive list of all the FIRE blogs that can be … Continue reading Am I there yet – The FIRE calculator
WTF - I got into my first blogging fight the other day. On twitter. Over optimal retirement withdrawal rates. Zzz 😴. Background story: I saw a tweet from someone saying something in the likes of; "why you might need to save more then 25 years of net worth even if applying 4% withdrawal". Off course … Continue reading Girl on girl cat fight on twitter – Grrr. Topic; 4% withdrawal rule.
Who would have thought that being benched for 3 1/2 hour on an airplane seat would lead to a minimalistic/financial independent blog post. Nonetheless that is what happened yesterday. I was in the middle seat, with my oldest on the right and middle one on the left. It got pretty boring, so at one point … Continue reading High asset prices and the effect on our kids?