Interesting stuff on the web is what I have read through out the week. I read a lot of articles and there is always a few that I feel is worth you reading. Often I have a different opinion than the articles I post on Interesting Stuff On The Web but they are all well written pieces. Here are the links. Enjoy !!
8 Countries Where $200K in Retirement Savings Will Last 30 Years/Investopedia “Retiring abroad certainly has its benefits, such as cheaper healthcare, a refreshing change of scenery and a lower cost of living. That last detail is especially important for retirees who haven’t saved as much as they had hoped. Fortunately, there are a number of countries where you can retire comfortably with a smaller nest egg.”
The Bonfire Burns On /By John Mauldin “Bonfires are fun to watch, but they eventually burn out. Human folly apparently doesn’t, so we just keep adding to the absurdities. The volume of daily economic lunacy that lights up my various devices is truly stunning, and it seems to be increasing.”
The Cost of Living in Panama/Route To Retire “As my long-time readers know, the Route to Retire family has decided to move to Panama in a couple years as part of our FIRE plans. I’ve also talked about how inexpensive it can be to retire to a place like this.”
Here’s all the money in the world, in one chart/Market Watch “Ever wonder how much money there is in the world?
The answer is complicated, which you might expect, but not because of the difficulty of tallying up all the rather large numbers. Rather, it’s more about which parameters are used to define “money.”
10 Steps to Investing Success/Can I Retire Yet/Darrow Kirkpatrick “Here I’d like to show you the core investing principles I used. They’ve stood the test of time. They don’t require clairvoyance, luck, or genius. Instead, they rely on simplicity and statistics. These are the exact principles that helped me grow my portfolio and retire at age 50 with security and confidence. Here then are my top ten steps for investing success:”