I write these blog posts about investing while living on a cruising sailboat at nearly 6 month intervals, taking the time to look forward by several months to spot emerging trends and political changes that might lead to changes in the stock markets that will bear the fruits of opportunity. I think we’re at that cusp once again, which is why I’m writing about several trends I see emerging: The Green Rush and Post-Consumer Spending. I’m not the first to write about any of these trends, but I think it’s relevant to put it out there anyway.
I’m wading back into saving and making money while being out here cruising. We live on a cruising sailboat with our dog and kids in the Sea of Cortez and we worked our asses off to get to this point. Prior to leaving to go cruising, we had a bit of money stockpiled from the sale […]
Three things that may put a dent in any cruisers budget.
Ever seen a cruising/sailing list for a blue-water boat right before it leaves? Wanna get a look at spending three months before leaving and after leaving? Here’s ours-
A common sense look at expenses in the first three months of cruising.
When I came across this post from the Aroused Blog post, I knew I had to reblog it. This post feeds directly into another I’m working on in conjunction with an article I’ve read from the November 2018 issue of Kiplingers magazine. Ever heard of the FIRE movement? This is unique group of highly motivated […]
Less upstream debt allows you to save money. Dividends are a result of your money making you more money….but you have to start investing somewhere sometime.
The market is up and down now,,,,have you re-balanced lately?
Ever made life decisions doing doing your best Cinderella while cleaning pots?
I’ve read a lot of cruising blogs. Most of them start as folks are leaving for their trips and end when the trip is over. Who wants to read about live back on the hard and how much those folks miss their boat and adventure lifestyle? We’re not doing that kind of blog. I started […]