Learn all that money represents in your life, in all dimensions. Money in the head represents one thing. I took this mindmap in the Bastter forum by some forist who posted it, found it sensational and sums it up very well. The mere interpretation of this image would be worth a book by itself. I […]Read more "How to view money"
Have you ever wondered if there is a strategy to invest for several decades on the road, that it is consistent, quiet, and does not give much work? Much of the answer is in this post. I’ll post here an article from Market Watch and comment on it. Here’s the link: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-ultimate-buy-and-hold-portfolio-2016-02-18?dist=lcountdown&link=sfmw_fb THE ULTIMATE BUY-AND-HOLD […]Read more "Permanent portfolio to Buy and Hold"
I have my disagreements with the Infomoney portal. I find it VERY bad in content and I also think it confuses people a lot and keeps on a lot of news with herd bias, I do not find a site for more serious investors. Maybe it’s cool for those who are starting to read in […]Read more "Infomoney’s best tool"
Well, this book was not on my radar or my list to read, but as it happens in life things do not always follow a logical order. I was on the site lelivros.com searching the economics books to download and read and see if anyone interested me and this was one of them, I had […]Read more "Book Review – The big short"
Do not just save on everything. You have to focus on winning more and better. Nothing is more important than your work and your studies in the search of a rich and independent life. Study hard, work hard, the rest of your life depends on it. Always be updating yourself professionally, whatever your profession. It […]Read more "The importance of work"
In this post I will list all the books I have read and speak quickly about some of them. Rich Dad Poor Dad – Robert Kyiosaki. Other Rich Dad series (do not remember the names, but were more 3) The Richer of Babylon man. The millionaire lives next door. (Millionaire next door). Emotional Intelligence – […]Read more "Books I’ve read"
Foreign investment is key to asset allocation. Lately I’ve researched a lot about investing abroad. I read several websites, forums and blogs. I had also read interviews of some fucking managers like Peter Lynch and Luis Stuhlberg about this, I will summarize here on all this. With bovespa walking sideways and collapsing, with Brazilian Fixed […]Read more "How to learn to invest abroad?"