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  1. KayTea liked Terry_w's post in the thread Retirement strategy for someone who got lucky in the crypto market.

    Imagine owning $2mil worth of property with no loans = $2mil equity, or $4mil worth with $2mil in debt = $2mil equity. You now have -...

    8th Aug, 2020 at 12:27 PM
  2. KayTea liked Tony Xia's post in the thread Retirement strategy for someone who got lucky in the crypto market.

    What you're referring to " Living of 4-5 properties" depends on the debt level. My client is 45, he has 5 unencumbered properties,...

    8th Aug, 2020 at 12:27 PM
  3. KayTea liked wombat777's post in the thread Retirement strategy for someone who got lucky in the crypto market.

    Simple example for the sake of an example of $300k invested in the ASX300 index fund on the stock market. Ticker is VAS. Assumptions:...

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  4. KayTea liked David R Sutantyo's post in the thread Retirement strategy for someone who got lucky in the crypto market.

    Different people will have different strategies depending on each individual's circumstances. What are your goals and what are most...

    8th Aug, 2020 at 12:26 PM
  5. KayTea replied to the thread WFH - Anyone relocating due to COVID?.

    I really wanted to. Would like to stay in the same geographical region, but have a bigger house with a better layout (one that allows...

    8th Aug, 2020 at 12:25 PM
  6. KayTea liked monk's post in the thread Income annuities as an alternative to bonds.

    That's also one of the reasons I'm now staying single :D (oops :oops:)

    8th Aug, 2020 at 12:22 PM
  7. KayTea liked Anne11's post in the thread Income annuities as an alternative to bonds.

    I don’t like handing my money over to someone and then having to ask for it back. A bit like buying timeshare for accommodation. Years...

    8th Aug, 2020 at 12:22 PM
  8. KayTea liked Mark F's post in the thread LIC & LIT Listed Investment Companies (LICs) 2020.

    I have always found drps a very efficient way to handle dividends. I am not sure why you need a DRIP calculator as you cannot foresee...

    7th Aug, 2020 at 4:25 PM
  9. KayTea liked pippen's post in the thread LIC & LIT Listed Investment Companies (LICs) 2020.

    I like your thoughts @dunno, I myself went through the same procedure a good while back when everyone on this forum was promoting owning...

    7th Aug, 2020 at 10:18 AM