Tag Archives: net worth

July 2012 Net Worth Update

After denouncing the idea of tracking my networth for a year or two I started tracking my net worth since January 2011 and after my smallest gain in May 2012 and my first negative month in June 2012 I am back track! Since I am not comfortable sharing whole numbers I provide growth information.  IContinue Reading

June 2012 Net Worth Update My First Negative Month! and a Housing Update

I have been tracking my Net worth since January 2011 and while it took a long time the inevitable has finally happened my net worth dropped month over month!  I am pretty pissed since I did everything right this month.  I put my standard amount into cash savings , paid off the standard amount ofContinue Reading

May 2012 Net Worth Update

While I still made positive movement this month, it was probably one of the lowest upticks I ever had since I started tracking my net worth and providing updates about 14 months ago. Calculating my Net Worth The assets I include are: My Cash Savings Accounts – This has been my main focus for wellContinue Reading

April 2012 Net Worth Update – Finally Doubled Up!

When I first started my zero net worth experiment I was curious how long it would take me to double my net worth.  Well, as the title indicates, 13 or so months later I finally did it!  As a reminder on January 18, 2011 I took my positive net worth and made it zero.  ThisContinue Reading

My March 2012 Net Worth Update

At the beginning of each month I calculate to see if my net worth has gone up or down and share that with all my readers.  Quick knock on wood because I have not had a down month in the 14 or so months since I started tracking my net worth. However, because I amContinue Reading

February 2012 Net Worth Update

With another month in the books it is time to do my net worth update.  Considering how well this experiment has gone recently it is hard for me not to get excited about writing this post at the beginning of each month.  Just as a reminder, I started this net worth experiment a little overContinue Reading