All figures are generated from Mint.com.
On paper I took about a $6,500 drop in my net worth over the last 30 days or so. In all reality that is not too bad considering the market has come down quite a bit during that period.
A few outlier expenses paid in January include:
- Property taxes --- $2415
- Auto insurance --- $1315
- Home insurance --- $921
Again with these expenses and the lower markets I am not disappointed with the drop in net worth.
Checking --- $13,114
Savings/Investments --- $372,303
Lending Club --- $6,635
HSA --- $2,762
IRA --- $9,760
401K --- $349,549
2014 Jeep Wrangler --- $23,493
House --- $133,050
Jan 2018 --- $917,116
Feb 2018 --- $910,667
May 2017 --- $835,009
July 2017 --- $851,904
Aug 2017 --- $860,072
Sept 2017 --- $869,374
Oct 2017 --- $887,033
Nov 2017 --- $897,145
Dec 2017 --- $914,266
There is no down time when building a path that doesn't lead back to ZERO
Your drop was 0.76%. Much lesser than the drop in the broad market. Considering your expenses .... you definitely came out on top.ReplyDelete
The drop appears to be just a small bump on your road to FI. Thanks for the update!ReplyDelete
Closing in on $1mln net worth is awesome. Insurance isn't cheap huh.ReplyDelete
Gah, I hate tracking my net worth.ReplyDelete
Too much movement day by day.
Good job pushing forward though!
You are getting close to 1 mln. Awsome Job!!ReplyDelete
You hit a million yet Big Guy?ReplyDelete
Investing requires qualities of temperament way more than it requires qualities of intellect. Equity TipsReplyDelete
I'am glad to read the whole content of this blog and am very excited,Thank you for sharing good topic.ReplyDelete