Financial tips and advice on investment for developers:
"Learn how to free extra monthly cash from your dev-salary for investment"
There are so many different ways to free money for investments without thinking of getting another job. Download my Top-15 cash-freeing tips cheat sheet.
We all know that strong personal financial discipline is critical if you want to deal with the problems life will throw at you from time to time. Very helpful if you’re going to have a comfortable retirement.
Moreover, if you are shooting for financial independence or early retirement, it becomes ten times more important!
If you are a software developer who is interested in day trading and stock investment, then you are definitely the one who is also looking for efficient ways to automate stock analysis and even develop your tools for custom trading or investment strategies.
As an asset class, stocks are naturally volatile.
Are you sure you need to hire a professional to manage your finances?
Benjamin Franklin once said: “Remember that time is money."
Budgeting is Personal Finance 101.
Just think about all the times you withdrew cash from the ATM machine or passed transactions from your credit card, so you had no idea where all the money went a couple days later.
Like most software developers and people in tech, I often experience imposter syndrome that reminds me of how little I actually know. For such imposters like me, it’s important to journal my reflections on what I am currently studying: finances and investments. That’s why I wrote my core “30 Things I learned about finance and investment in 2020.”
What happens when the company goes through an IPO? In general, IPO makes things much more straightforward, comparing to the acquisition scenario.
This article is part of the series “What startup equity compensation means for developers”