1. Emergency Savings
100.13* %
2. Tracking the index**
8.91 %
3. Dividend Funds**
18.09 %
4. P2P Lending
5. Other projects

Crowdfunding: given out a convertible loan for 5 years at 7%. Expected return 40.3%


*(1,4) Percentages displayed are relative to the expected value of this year. **(2,3) Percentages are calculated by total value portfolio/invested funds. Costs have been deducted. Further details are provided here (3) and here (4).

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Roadmap to FIRE

My roadmap to F.I.R.E. is based on diversifying my sources of income. Secondary to a standard income i hope to get some funds from index-tracking by professionals (2), stock-trading focusing on dividend (3), peer to peer lending (4) and hopefully other projects yet to come (5).

  1. 1
    Emergency Savings

    In case of an emergency there is a savings account with enough money to keep the household afloat for at least 3-6 months (6m = 100%). If we squeeze it maybe further.

  2. 2
    Tracking the indexes

    Automatically monthly invest into a tracking funds which are being invested by professionals. Both as a comparison for my dividend funds – can i beat the professionals – and to maintain a steady investment strategy.

  3. 3
    Dividend Funds

    Based on a strategy used by many FIRE-followers i am investing in stocks which pay dividends (with a nice yield) or stocks who are promising. Investments are based on opportunity and availability (of stocks and fundings).

  4. 4
    P2P Lending

    Currently focusing a lot of funds in P2P lending due to the high rate of return. Might shift to other income sources in the near future.

  5. 5
    Other projects

    Several projects are being developed. None have had any returns, but in the future this might occur. Results will be shown here.

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4. P2P Lending

Started in may 2016 with peer to peer (P2P) lending. The first returns of investments were in june 2016. For a year-on-year progress check the general page of P2P.

  • 2016
  • 2017