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Divnomics

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Name:
Divnomics
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
Investing, Millennial
Start Year:
2016

Blogger Bio

Location:
Utrecht, Netherlands
Age:
30s
Race:
White
Gender:
Female
Life stage:
DINK (Dual Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Product Manager
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Latest Blog Posts

Writing regularly on a blog takes some effort. One that clearly isn’t one of my best features. As this year has developed somewhat different than I imagined, time is one of those things that you always seem to have too little of. On the other hand, we have accomplished such great things already. While we […] ...
Posted: Oct 23 2018 @ 3:00 AM
Last weekend it was that time of the year again. On a bloody hot summer day, we decided to sit inside all day talking about money, investing, wealth and other life questions that pass by when you’re on the journey to FIRE. Cheesy Finance had organized yet another NL FIRE Meet-up, one we could actually […] ...
Posted: Jul 02 2018 @ 3:00 AM
Aah, it feels good to be back again. It’s been… how long? Around three months since I’ve posted on Divnomics… How that could happen? Simple. I needed the time for other things (and myself). The job became somewhat stressful, I had a wedding to plan and we were making big steps in our real estate […] ...
Posted: Jun 30 2018 @ 2:30 AM
Since the start of this year, I’ve started to track our progress differently. Instead of a hard FI target in terms of a big pile of money, we focus on cash flow only. Tracking our net worth every month, wouldn’t give the right insight into how much we need until we reach Financial Independence. Normally […] ...
Posted: Mar 19 2018 @ 2:30 AM
The decisions you make in life can have a huge impact on your future. As it comes to finances, there is one thing that might be having the most impact of all: buying a house. Timing of the market, the debt you take on and the costs of all of it is substantial. A few […] ...
Posted: Mar 11 2018 @ 8:00 AM
Although we sometimes find new ways to save some money, like canceling our television subscription, or renegotiating our life insurance, they become rare. We can only save so much. With the creation of additional cash flow, growing your wealth can be accelerated. Which is why, in our quest for financial freedom, we focus on real […] ...
Posted: Mar 06 2018 @ 3:15 AM
If I would have to select one asset to invest in and where you could earn the most money from, it would be real estate, hands down. With a (mostly) stable rental income, a leveraged buying position and using ‘other peoples money’, the possibilities for exponential growing your wealth with this particular asset class are […] ...
Posted: Feb 17 2018 @ 10:27 AM
Many who seek the freedom through FIRE are loving the way of slow life. Not having the urge to tick every box, the hassle when you go out, or the need to plan everything due the limited time you have available. January is one of those months where it feels like the daily life is […] ...
Posted: Feb 11 2018 @ 4:00 AM
If you have ever played Monopoly or the Kiyosaki Cash-flow Game, you know the most important part of winning either game is having enough assets that provide a stable income. In the case of Monopoly, it’s to build the biggest cash flow portfolio in the form of real estate. And in the case of the […] ...
Posted: Jan 28 2018 @ 8:13 PM
I’m sure we are one of the ugly ducklings in the personal finance hemisphere. As many know to the penny how much their net worth will be. And we' Well, that’s a long story. Three years ago we set out on an adventure and started investing. Our goal was to accumulate a 100.000 euro net […] ...
Posted: Jan 18 2018 @ 5:30 PM

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