One of the reasons for writing this blog has been to disseminate unbiased information about personal finance to an interested audience. I want to share knowledge on personal finance topics and make a difference in the world for those who are struggling with their finances. There would obviously be other sources for this information, e.g., schools – which utterly fail at teaching very practical knowledge on personal finance for a variety of reasons or e.g., banks – which utterly fail to deliver unbiased personal finance information. I want to focus on the latter today and analyze why banks are doing so poorly at catering to their customer needs.
Switching my blog from Germany to English? Really? While this may come as a surprise to many of you, I had pondered about it move for a while. Ultimately, I want to reach an audience as broad and large as possible with my blog. I believe there is a tremendous need for fact-based, unbiased information on personal finance issues. Simply put, I want to better cater to this need in English going forward. Let me thank all of my German-speaking readers for their support to date. While I hope you will continue reading my blog also in English, I look forward to having many new readers join the community.
Today’s article will lay out my reasons for switching the language of my blog from German to English—even adding an additional, English URL to reach this blog: myfinancialfreedom.blog
Jüngst durfte ich in einem Blogbeitrag lesen, dass ein geschätzter Kollege bis zu 15% in Gold und andere Edelmetalle investiert. Davon war ich dann doch überrascht und habe mich entschlossen der Frage, ob Gold nicht doch ein gutes Investment ist, nachzugehen. Der heutige Blogbeitrag kommt, zu einem radikalen Ergebnis: Gold ist gar kein Investment! Mag seltsam bzw. provokant klingen, ist aber ernst gemeint!
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