Who doesn’t like collecting dividends? Just receiving money on a regular basis for owning a few shares and waiting for payday. In fact, as I wrote last week, dividends have historically accounted for most of the total return on stock investments. But what if I told you that there are some companies that are in danger of cutting their distributions to shareholders?Continue reading
Monthly Archives: September 2022
My Premium Membership just started – first exclusive research report out now
I am proud to announce the start of my Premium Membership with my first research report.
From now on, besides my free weekly newsletters, I am going to publish yearly eight research reports, exclusively for my Premium Members.Continue reading
How to beat the bear market – inflation, stagflation, recession
It should be clear to almost everyone by now that prices have risen sharply over the past twelve months. At the same time, economies around the world are plummeting. Stagflation at its finest. Unsurprisingly, many stocks have fallen, too. As a result, most people have become poorer in real terms, whether they invest or not. It is time to answer the urgent question of how to successfully weather this painful bear market.Continue reading
Is now the perfect time to buy silver again?
Precious metals are either loved or hated by most investors. After a pop in 2020, both gold and silver prices have been falling in a stretching torture for two years now. But there seems to be a silver lining on the horizon. As long as sentiment is poor, it may be time to have a look at silver again. Especially since there are fundamental tailwinds…Continue reading
Hidden risks of ETF investing – how to invest instead
You read correctly, ETF investing is no walk in the park! The main motivation behind investing money into ETFs is to broadly diversify one’s stock portfolio. But is this really such a good idea? What sounds like a long-term no-brainer, carries significant risks that hardly anyone talks about. But today, we put our finger on the wound!Continue reading
Buy now pay later or financial independence retire early?
In the last few years, two opposing philosophies about how to manage personal finances have been making the rounds. What’s the difference between the two? What should you learn as soon as possible to find peace of mind, now that the economy is declining while simultaneously interest rates are rising fastly (not falling)? How could they influence your mindset and investment allocation?Continue reading