Here's Journal Club 3/18/22! Every week, I hold a JOURNAL CLUB. After filtering through the articles on the web, I present a few that impacted my life this week. Be safe and stay well!
- If you're interested in real estate investing, then surely you've come across the term syndication. And if you have questions like how does a syndication work or where do you come in as an investor? The answers to which you'll find the post – What Is a Limited Partner in a Syndication? by the Physician on FIRE.
- With the end of the first quarter of 2022 fast approaching, many investors are taking the opportunity to refine and reevaluate their investment strategy based on the market conditions. The author of Good Egg Investments has done similar market research and shares their tips and observations in the article – 2022 State Of The Market.
- Is it possible to retire early if you take the slow path to financial independence? The author of The Fioneers explains that “financial independence and early retirement are not mutually exclusive, and they rely mostly on the intention rather than the actual speed.” The author shares more about his unique experience on the subject in the article – Can I Take a Slow FI Path and Still Retire Early?
- As a real estate investor, if you've ever had thoughts like “I want to be my own boss or have more flexibility or build real wealth,” then the idea of quitting your full-time job might have crossed your mind at some point. In that case, the Short Term Sage thinks it might be time for you to become a full-time investor. To help you get started, the author talks about leveraging the short-term rental market to your advantage in the article – When To Quit Your Job To Become A Full-Time Airbnb Host.
That's all for this week! I hope this week's journal club was helpful.
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