In my article, I detail my decision process on investing a lump sum redundancy payout. I was fortunate to get a new job shortly after getting the payout, so I didn’t technically need the money. With a full emergency fund … Continue reading Investing a Lump Sum Redundancy Payout. Make the best of a bad lot.
June has been a long and tedious month here at thewealthster.com HQ. While on furlough, I’ve been dabbling in a few things to pass the time. These might have been called side-hustles if I had a main hustle! I must … Continue reading June 2020 – life, spending, and investment update
It has finally hit. The stock market big one that we’ve all been telling ourselves (as wise FIRE individuals) about. It’s also the big one for pandemics with Coronavirus seemingly spreading uncontrolled around the planet. The correct response The … Continue reading Stock market and having (a) Corona
Every year we hear the media’s views on what is likely to happen in the upcoming year, and every year they are almost certainly wrong. Whether they predict what will happen in politics, the world or in finance it will inevitably be so far from what actually happens there is little point in bothering. Who would have predicted that Notre Dame would burn down, Boris Johnson would win a landslide election and Britain would still not have left the EU? With it being such great clickbait for news outlets to have stories that foretell of the devastation of … Continue reading Why I’m not stressing about the next big crash.