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Learn how you can save and invest quickly, cheaply and flexibly. Invest like you’re dead, so you can get on with living a fantastic life.
The most successful long-term savers don’t touch their money once it’s invested. And out of everyone, the people who truly excel at doing nothing are the dead. So next time you worry about what the stock market is doing, think “What would a dead person do?”.
If you’re bored by personal finance books and numbed by numbers, this is the place for you.
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Blog: Simple investing
Discover how to invest in stock and bond funds (ETFs) as an expat – cheaply, quickly and sensibly. Maximise your saving power while you work abroad!
I have found a way for people to save and invest cheaply and flexibly. All that remains is to get your psychology handled. This is simple, but not easy. You have to train your brain to accept that yes, you will become great with money, you will stick to the path and you won’t let your monkey mind get in the way.
Here’s a complete overview of investing by yourself, from mindset to transaction fees. If you go it alone, you’re going to have to find some knowledge and discipline. It’s worth it though, to avoid the hidden fees and exit penalties in the plans sold by most UAE banks and financial advisors. It has never been easier to invest cheaply and effectively by yourself.
Blog: Saving - debt, income & expenses
I’m proud to serve on The Debt Panel of The National newspaper in the UAE, but it can be depressing. Almost every question is from someone who has over-loaded themselves with debt and cannot see a way out. This week’s question was a classic example of this.
Blog: Terrible savings plans (and how to avoid them)
The end of service gratuity is a relic of the old UAE that, along with the one/two rent cheque, hasn’t quite gone the way of
Reader question – what to do if you find yourself trapped in a long-term savings plan.
Having invested into equity and bond funds over the last two years I can no longer put money regularly into my savings plan. I have some US$100,000 invested. What should I do?