One of my favorite moneybooks is the Secret of the Millionaire Mind by Harv Eker, see my reading list. Mister Eker might not be the most intellectual or most nuanced writer, he is however very practical!
One of the recommendations made by Eker in this book is to split your income over six different accounts: Continue reading Using Harv Eker Money Jars
Buying stocks, isn’t that very risky? A question I frequently hear from people around me. The problem is many of these worried friends and family members don’t really understand risk all that well (and probably neither do I).
When the housing market was booming (The Netherlands) in the 90’s nobody warned you for taking a huge risk buying a house, while in face there was clearly a bubble created by government stimulation. Continue reading That is very Risky