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Still Investing in a Corporate Bond Fund

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Still Investing in a Corporate Bond Fund


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As I wrote a couple of days ago, I transferred 25 782 NOK ($3000) to my online trading platform a few days ago. I also wrote that I wanted to invest in something different than the corporate bond fund that I’ve invested in twice. I’ve spent multiple hours today in researching different stocks, commodities and ETFs. I almost ended up investing in a small gaming company based in Denmark called Hugo Games (a penny stock), but after looking into their mobile games, cashflow and financial results, I decided to stay clear of it.

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I discussed investment strategies with a good friend of mine yesterday that suggested I should try and find a company that I would like to “own” and continue to buy shares in that company. With enough shares I could take a board position later on and be able to influence company decisions. That’s something I would like to do, and I will be researching companies that I would like to own a substantial part of.

It’s obvious that I cannot expect to own a substantial amount of shares in a large cap company, but it is doable for small to mid cap companies. I’m on the lookout for high tech companies in the small- and mid cap range. They should be leading tech innovators in their field and focus on one or more of these areas:

  • Renewable energy
  • Autonomous systems
  • AI
  • FinTech
  • Ocean Industry

If you have some good candidates, please leave a comment below and I’ll take a look.

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For June’s investment, I decided to stick with the corporate bond fund Deutsche Invest I Eu Hi Yld Corp LC as I couldn’t find any other option that spoke to me. Gold is most likely a good choice, same as palladium and lithium, but I won’t move into commodities just yet.

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    AUTHOR ajburge

    Posted on 9:13 pm May 31, 2017.

    Hi Jonas,

    Have you looked into peer to peer lending e.g. I put a small % in every month and have trialed it for some time now, not the safest option but I get around 10.5% and have a buy back guarantee in place. Just another one for a spread portfolio IMO

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    AUTHOR FirewoodTime

    Posted on 12:53 am June 2, 2017.

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