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Ponte Cestio Connecting Isola Tiberina

How I spend my first time in Italy

As I posted earlier, I was on a holiday to Italy this past week. This was together with my girlfriend, her father and his partner. As you can imagine, going on a trip with your girlfriend and her father makes for an intersting experience. As it turns out, interesting in a fun way.

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Taking A Break From It All

Small break

You may or may not have noticed that I haven't posted anything in over a week. I'm currently enjoying a small holiday and don't…

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Ultra low Long-term interest rates: what this means

You’ve probably heard this word a few times in the news already, especially in lieu of the financial crisis and later the euro crisis. It probably also came up recently because it went below zero in your country as it did in mine not too long ago. I’m of course talking about long-term interest rate and their low (even negative) level.

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The Bitterness Of Poor Quality Remains Long After The Sweetness Of Low Price Is Forgotten

Frugal with a twist

Just like most people trying to achieve FIRE, I encounter the occasional jab regarding my way of living or at least how “I’m being cheap”.
I just don’t like throwing my money through the window every day and if I can save money by being more mindful I will do, i.e., being frugal.

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PLane Of Ryanair Ready For Departure

Why I don’t fly on a budget

June is here and the summer holidays are right around the corner, well, for most of us. Perfect time for a (small) family vacation. What better way to get away from the daily grind than to book a cheap flight to that beautiful city you’ve been planning to visit or some other nice destination away from everything that grinds your gears.

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May dividends galore

Overview of my dividend payout up until May 2019
Overview of my dividend payout up until May 2019
May 2019 was the month of the Belgian and European elections, it was also the month in which lots of Belgian companies paid out their dividends. Yeah!

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Trading Tool Showing Charts

Should I sell in May?

The adage ‘Sell in May and go away, but buyback by St Leger Day” or equivalent, is something that pops up every year in May. This is for the obvious reason that it’s about the month of May. I never really gave too much thought about what it really meant. I’d like to have a closer look and see if it can actually be beneficial to my return.

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