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Month: November 2016

Open Book – How Much Are You Spending?

This is part of our Open Book series, you can start here if you did not read our first post.

 

With today’s online tools like Mint or Personal Capital, it is super simple to track a budget and hopefully, to follow it. We have been tracking our finances for a few years now and our most recent focus is our savings rate.
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Travelling Through South-East Asia on a Budget

Way back in 2009, before I had met my wife and way before I discovered the early retirement concept, my parents took us (me and my sisters) to a long trip in South-East Asia. During this trip, we travelled through Japan, Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar, and Laos, flying through continents, walking trough borders, and backpacking across mountain ranges. Travelling there and meeting the locals and ex-pats really opened my eyes to what I would later label as; Financial Independence.
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Here is the Ideal Portfolio to Survive Trump

Donald Trump just won the American presidency. Will that change anything?

All through his presidential campaign, he boasted his ideologies and, very openly, tweeted his thoughts away. He seems to be liked by some given his recent win. However, his win has not changed much in the markets . On November the 9th, when Trump won, the S&P500 closed up 23.62 (1.10% ) and the TSX closed up 99.49 (0.68%) up here in Canada.
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