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It’s time to review that number that never seems to go quite high enough, but it sure is fun to watch it climb, isn’t it?
I hope you find something useful in my report, whether you are looking for new ways to build your own wealth, or just looking for some inspiration while paying off your debt.
I did the latter many times while I was on my debt payoff journey. For me, it was extremely encouraging to see someone else’s success (with a similar mindset/approach), and to think and dream about how I might have success as well.
And I did. I paid off over $150,000 in debt (including my home), and life has never been the same.
Continue reading “September 2017 Net Worth Update: $477,185 (+$8,891)”
So glad you could join me for my monthly net worth update! Why do we track net worth anyway? It’s just one factor in the grand scheme of things.
In order to become financially independent (and that’s my goal, peeps), I know that I’ll need multiple streams of easily-scalable, passive income.
I’m going to start tracking my passive income growth through another series of posts so be sure to check that out later this week.
So let’s get into how things for August:
Continue reading “August 2017 Net Worth Update: $468,294 (+$25,749)”
Welcome back for a tantalizing net worth update. Well, this month was decent in terms of growth of stock accounts, but most of my cryptocurrency holdings took a pretty hefty dive. In addition, Zillow knocked the valuation of my home down by seven grand. Ouch:
Continue reading “July 2017 Net Worth Update: $442,545 (-$7,678)”
Welcome back for another juicy net worth summary! In June, while the S&P 500 was relatively flat, we experienced yet another solid month (+33%) of growth in cryptocurrency, and I did some active trading which helped to increase my shares overall. Our net worth increased by a substantial $15,400! Have a look:
Continue reading “June 2017 Net Worth Update: $450,223 (+$15,400)”