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This page summarizes the entire blog. EternalYield is organized into sections, so you can quickly find the topics that interest you most. The pointy post-serials discuss all details about becoming financial independent for emerging online business people burning for self-development.

Financial savings for starters
Creating a framework for a realistic and targeted budget
Why Delay Spending?
Start Budgeting!
Create a Framework for Budgeting
All About Choices
Learning Budgeting from Children
Budgeting Software

Budgeting life events
Planning for major life events
How to Budget for a Baby
How to Budget for a House
How to Budget for a Vacation
How to Budget for a Wedding
How to Budget for Retirement

Accounting fallacies
Accrual accounting fallacies to improve the accuracy of your budget
Account Transfer Fallacy
Depreciation Fallacy
Inventory Drawdown Fallacy
Payment Deferral Fallacy
Repayment Deferral Fallacy
Unexpected Costs Fallacy
Profitable Business Fallacy
Real Estate Fallacy
Buy or Repair Fallacy
Avoiding Maintenance Fallacy
Cherry Picking Fallacy

Financial investments for starters
First steps towards financial literacy
Welcome to Reality
Education & Earnings
Assets & Liabilities
More Freedom: Living Economical or Working Life Away?
#1 Why Financial Independence?
#2 The Enemy
#3 The Friend
High Return Investments

Advanced investments
Allocating money properly according to short- and long-term goals
ETF Portfolio Building
Diversification

Online businesses for starters
Tips and tricks for handling the nuts and bolts of your small company
Start-Up or Corporate Job?
Impulse Purchase
Top Ten Online Markets
Price Segmentation

Personal self-development
Concepts and techniques for improving your personal life
Three Things we do not Learn in School
Five Areas in Life that Impact us Most
Mental Accounting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deprecated but interesting
For learning purposes and in order to develop a proper software design, the blog went through several internal and external revisions over time. Some testing posts from previous versions attracted public interest, so we decided to leave them online. All following articles discuss exemplary stocks for a long-term buy-and-hold strategy.

Germany
Munich Re [analysis & evaluation]

United Kingdom
Tesco plc [analysis & evaluation]

United States of America
McDonald’s [analysis & evaluation]
Pfizer [in-depth analysis]

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