Find here all you need to get Out of the Rat Race through the Financial Freedom door first.
I learned two new concepts this week. The first one: we are in an earning recession, which means that the average of the most powerful public US companies (SPX again!) have seen their profit go down for two quarters in a row. The second one: the FED mandate, which until now was known to be "to promote effectively the goals of maximum employment, stable prices, and moderate long term interest rates" seems to have wobbled. The FED did lower the interest rates (by 0.25%) this week, announcing that it did so because of the big companies earning recession... Hello???
Access more financial simulators to engineer your exit from the Rat Race.
Exiting the Rat Race can be mechanical and planned. Some essential financial simulators are a great help to test multiple scenarios.
As you refine your plans, you may need even more sophisticated simulators. Keep in touch to get notified of all updates and the availability of new powerful simulators, the same ones which tracked my own exit from the Rat Race.
A selection of free-to-use simulators to help you understand what it takes to get financially free at various stages in your life. Click here to see the list of all free simulators, or access each of them from the links below.
A visual, real-time, and easy to use mortgage calculator to cover all cases.
Inflation works in two ways. It can be either your enemy (as a saver) or your friend (as an investor or as a debtor).
If you'd like to play with real past inflation, this is the place to go.
See the compounded impact of interest over time, and how fast you can double or triple your capital.
See how much human capital you have and how fast you can convert it into financial capital
Simulate the relative value of an investment. Check the various performance indicators (Return on Investment, cash on cash, and more...)