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Financial Lessons from the Greatest Showman

This past weekend my wife and I watched The Greatest Showman. I know it’s basically a year old at this stage, but it only aired on local television this weekend. Although I am easy to please with a comedy, fantasy,… Continue Reading

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Will it hit an All-Time High?

Markets love to use the term all-time high (ATH). It is used to describe a specific share or index’s price when it reaches the highest level it has ever been. Markets tend to move higher in the long-term predominantly on… Continue Reading

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Unemotional Investing in your Home Country

To be an unemotional investor is something many people preach and have even written books about. It is a key strategy when it comes to making clear and sound decisions based on your predefined investment principles. There are always times… Continue Reading

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FIRE in the Next Down-Turn

Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE) is a movement I really enjoy following. It is not merely a movement or cult but a community and a growing one at that. Since I have started this blog I have seen it expand… Continue Reading

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Buying a House Conundrum – Part 2

I am back from my travels and as always it is crazy to catch up. There’s a lot of nice projects taking place at work and some potential opportunities which is great, in the currently not so fast South African… Continue Reading

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Random Thoughts: Work & Travel

Next week I am travelling for work which means activity on the blog might be non-existent. Since I moved jobs a year ago to a local company international travel has not really been a consideration for work (excluding Southern Africa).… Continue Reading