These are the most important articles on the site, explaining the basic concepts. Start with these before moving on to the newer ones.
I’m a practical guy, so let’s start with two case studies: These will make it easier to understand the logic behind the two different kinds of stocks: Fallen Angels and EVA Monsters. (If you haven’t already, please read my articles
Having a steadily rising dividend attracts investors and builds trust in the company. Shareholders tend to interpret increasing dividends as a sign of strong financial health. Most of them think, “As long as the dividend is growing, everything must be
It was one of the most exciting days since I started investing… My palms were sweating; I felt like my heart would jump out of my chest… I was heading to the Florida office of Chuck Carnevale, the co-founder of
The core principle of value investing is almost 100 years old, yet it is totally unchanged: always invest with a margin of safety. This means that the stock you are buying must be priced at a huge discount to the
To understand this piece of content, you must be familiar with the most important problems of the income statement and the balance sheet. You have to accept the fact that accounting is not meant to help investors but to calculate
Most Recent Posts
Here you will find my current, most recent posts. This is especially for those who have already read the above content.
There is no ‘one size fits all’ solution to reaching financial freedom so I am ready to admit that the FALCON Method is not able to help everyone. In this post I want to highlight the major differences between two
This story started in May 2014 when I received a free dividend newsletter full of eye-catching titles. I was subscribed to all the free stuff on the internet at that time so I really had to filter out the noise…
When I started out in investing (in my 20s) I was nothing special. I had no confidence, no extra knowledge, just a burning desire that I wanted to get my money to work and produce passive income…
If you are not devoting your whole life to reading and investing, do not give too much room for qualitative decisions. It is complacent or outright crazy to believe that you will become the next Warren Buffett without making the same sacrifice he has made.