It’s Dot-com bubble 2.0

I was looking at my oil and REIT heavy portfolio missing growth while stock market rised to unseen heights. I started to wonder where did I went wrong. Everyone is hitting the ceilings and im remaining at the bottom. Then I started to investigate what was the main drivers for this stock market rally. In... Continue Reading →

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The big day has arrived #2!

Hi, guys! Sorry its been a while now. Good news is that we are a family of 4 right now. For a week we have a son now. 3,9 kg and 56cm. Son is healthy, so is my wife and bigger daughter 🙂 I was a bit overwhelmed with events but lets look at the... Continue Reading →

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Recent buy – Intel (INTC)

Bought 12 shares of Intel (INTC) for 49,6$/share. Total cost - 513 EUR (595$) Annual post-tax dividend inome - 9,4 EUR. Yield on cost - 1,8% Funny fact, thia was actualy repurchase of INTC shares as I have divested 17 of then at beginning of y2019 for 52,8$/share. Yes I bought them back slightly cheaper,... Continue Reading →

Recent buy – Cicso Systems (CSCO)

Bought 15 shares of Cisco Systems (CSCO) for 42,14$/share. Total cost - 541 EUR (642$) Annual post-tax dividend inome - 12,7 EUR. Yield on cost - 2,4% Its been a while now since my last purchase as the market is back to its record highs, but there it was a buying opportunity. Cisco share has... Continue Reading →

2020 Q2 Budget

As always last report after 2020 Q2 Dividend incomea and 2020 Q2 Sports comes the budget. Quarantine has ended at mid of June, so this was pretty much quarantined quarter. me to review our budget. It was interesting to see how much we spend and received 🙂 Corona virus is spreading across the globe and we... Continue Reading →

2020 Q2 Sports

Ok now onward to sport stuff. Things were very good until May when I stoped with sport :(Run 300 km.Durring first halfyear (actualy first 4 months) I managed to run 89 km or 30% of the annual goal. Later on zero in May (exept first day with 5,5km) June and July. I still have 5 months... Continue Reading →

2020 Q2 Dividend income

Ok now lets go to most important topic of this blog - dividends. A month late but still lets move to numbers of Q2. And there was lots of changes here since Q1. 2020 Q2 Dividends: One thing we can celebrate for sure is a record dividend income in a single quarter - 332 EUR. Sure... Continue Reading →

Why I don’ pay off Debt early

Short post why I don't pay off our debt early and invest money. First, off our financial liabilities are cheap. Leasing has 2,05% Student loan 1,85% and Mortgage 1,65%, while my investments make on average 5% and I can get that return quitr safe with T or MO and even more with some REITs. Second,... Continue Reading →

Office REIT peer comparison

Peer comparison of largest 15 REITs with rentable office space >1 million m2.   As you know I have invested in REITs lately with Catching the dip #2 – Brookfield Property Partners (BPY) and Catching the dip #4 – Simon Property Group (SPG). Due to their massive yields. Now i'm looking at office REITs as I... Continue Reading →

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