Y2017 (Q4) Investments

And the last post how did our investment done at end on Y2017. Some investment were made at Q4: At the begging of November we bought 20 shares of AT&T paying 33,78 USD / share paying 686 USD (incl. fee). With current dividends of 0.50 USD/quarter YOC stands at impressive 4,1% after tax (-30%) giving us solid and... Continue Reading →

2017 Q3 Investments

And the last post for now is our investment portfolio update. Funny think is that even without any investments during Q3 our investment kept on growing as Mr. Market is on the high. Share value increased from 8 kEUR to 8,5 kEUR. I mean thats +500 EUR just from nowhere 🙂 I know this is... Continue Reading →

2017 Q2 Investments

So after warped up of our Dividend income for 2017 Q2 and our Budget for 2017 Q2 it's time to take a look at what has happened in our investment portfolio. Although our savings was just slightly above 0.3 kEUR investments were higher: At the beginning of 2017 Q2 we bought 115 shares of Olympic Entertainment for... Continue Reading →

Why Y2035 and calculation behind it

I want to share little bit of math behind this blog name - Project2035. At that time I will turn 50. To think I will be half century old by then. Half a century... 🙂 Pension age at my country is 65 years. Due to improvement of medicine and average living duration I can bet... Continue Reading →

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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 →

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 →

Y2016 Investments

Next thing that I would like to review after our Y2016 budget is how well we did in Y2016 regarding saving and investing. As mentioned in the budget our Y2016 saving was 2,3 kEUR. out of which 2,1 kEUR was invested into dividend paying Baltic companies. Part of these investments came from funds received from... Continue Reading →

The beginning

Hi dear site visitors, I would like to introduce myself - i'm a 32 year old regular guy from one of Baltic states at the moment working in a financial institution for more then 10 years. I have a very loving wife, a 4 room flat and a cat 🙂 So this is basically what... Continue Reading →

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