8 years of happiness as a Swiss blogger! Let's go for the 2021 retrospective and the 2022 perspectives :)Continue reading
That's it, we are 3/4 of a millionaire! And we have exceeded the CHF 300'000 invested in the stock market :) We'll also talk about FIRE psychology, pocket money, and a course to start investing in the stock market in Switzerland.Continue reading
My adventure as a Swiss blogger has been a waking dream for 7 years. And this year promises to be another great one!Continue reading
My A-Z guide to achieving financial independence at age 40 in Switzerland is now available.Continue reading
Investing your savings is the key to financial independence. Here's how my portfolio has performed since its inception.Continue reading
The blog's gonna be on pause all summer. I'm going to take this opportunity to finalize three projects that are close to my heart.Continue reading
A very simple calculation exists to find out how much money you need to be financially independent (aka FIRE). Here is the explanation.Continue reading
The savings rate is the key figure of the FIRE movement. This number allows you to know in how many years you can retire early. Let's see how to calculate it taking into account all the Swiss specificities.Continue reading
In this edition, we will talk about my book project, Coronavirus, blog monetization, coaching, and other existential issues :)Continue reading
Poll to know whether you as a reader target financial independence, or are just here to creating options for your future self.Continue reading
- YNAB* is my favorite tool to budget and get rich. It got me from 50kCHF to 800kCHF in 8 years.
- Interactive Brokers* and DEGIRO* are the two discount online brokers that make my money work for me while I'm at sleep! Here is my complete brokers' review for Swiss investors.
- neon* is my 100% free online Swiss bank. I have detailed my choice in this article. And I negotiated a CHF 10 welcome-cash bonus for you when you use the code "mustachian" in their app.
- Swisscard Cashback*, Cumulus Mastercard*, and neon* are my go-to Swiss credit cards to pay the least fees and get the maximum cash back possible.