How I improve my health

This post will be a bit different from other financial/saving stuff 🙂 I would like to share things that I do to improve my health. I'm sure that without health not even whole world riches will make you happy. You will just be sad because you are unhealthy. And unhealthy I mean in more broader... Continue Reading →

Saving motivation

I would like to quickly share one effective way to save money. It's actually very simple - Motivation. Yes, that driving force that makes us human moving. Without motivation humanity simply stop working. Good example of that is failure of communism, which denied motivation by implementing that all humans must be equal. That means that... Continue Reading →

Recent transactions

Normally i'm planing to write about our latest stock purchases only during our quarterly Portfolio updates and not write about each and every purchase that we are doing, but I've decided to do it  as i'm impatient to wait for end of June 🙂 So here are the transactions that we made recently: Sold 105... Continue Reading →

Y2017 Faminy goals update

As mentioned yesterday we have sit together with my wife and ran trough Y2017 goals that I have set also thought about other goals that are more or less important then ones that I've set. It it really important that both of us would be on the same page. As SMART goals middle letter says goals has... Continue Reading →

Our Net worth

Ok, I wasn't planning to calculate our families Net worth, but after reading few investing/saving blogs that calculate theirs I decided to spend some time just to see what is our situation. Early at Y2011 or Y2012 I did calculated my Net worth and it was negative due purchase of my apartment for 78 kEUR... Continue Reading →

Jonson & Jonson and Intel financial analysis

Probably some of you already noticed that our Investment portfolio was diversified with two US shared with 2017 Q1 investments. And natural question arises - Why? Why US stocks, why these two Jonson & Jonson and Intel? I understand that it might sound silly, why I'm writing the reasons, but I think that it is... Continue Reading →

2017 Q1 Dividends

And to wrap it all up we finish 2017 Q1 results with the most important line of them all - dividend income.  As there is not much to report this quarter it will be short: Total dividend income 20,5 EUR: 2,6 EUR (2,8 USD) - Jonson and Jonson as I managed to bought shares prior to dividend... Continue Reading →

2017 Q1 Investments

With record savings at 2017 Q1 it's time to wrap up our purchases that I have made during 2017 Q1. And there was some 🙂 In total we invested 1.112 EUR during 2017 Q1. This is much more then planned 200 EUR/mo investments. We agreed to invest and here is where we have allocated it: 586 EUR... Continue Reading →

2017 Q1 Budget

So lets begin with Y2017 results as 1Q is already passed trough. In general this was winter season. Night were long and days were short. This adds up to not so great mood, but never the less spring is already here and 3 cheers to that! 🙂 Let us run trough our 1Q Budgets: Income: This... Continue Reading →

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