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Friday, September 10, 2010

I am now at 100 074.24$

I make it! My goal is reach, I now hold more than 100 000$ in assets. This being on date of September 9, 2010.

How does it feel? EXCITING! And it’s not going to stop here!

I have almost 5 000$ available on my TD credit line, I just cannot say how much it is tempting to transfer that money into my TD Waterhouse online broker account!

My next goal: 150 000$ in assets. It’s going to be FUN! So stay tune because hot stuff is on the way: more investment, more money and more dividend!

6 comments:

Wei Ma said...

Noted that you have made your 50,000 in Aug 2009, and now your make 100,000. So, you doubled your fortune in a little bit over a year? Great job! I am just starting to learn investing, hope I can reach your level soon.

Anonymous said...

Congratulation!!!!! You achieved.

Best regards,

Arun

ronaldco said...

Good for you, just wondering, what is your gain for the year.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sunny,

Good job and congratulations on hitting the $100,000 mark!

I’ve been following your blog for a few months now and I really appreciate your honesty and realism – it is refreshing. I’ve been investing for about 15 years longer than you on my own, I’m pretty happy where I am and I am glad to be in control of my own finances.

Seems like lots of comments to you are advice, so here is my two cents: the best financial decision of my life was to move away from Montreal. The first couple of years were difficult, but given your work ethic I don’t think you will have a problem. It is a big world out there with lots of opportunities whereas Quebec is too crowded with small and petty people.

I’ll continue to follow your blog, but from down under for the next few years. Keep up the good work.

Sunny said...

Hi Wei Ma, I reach 100k this year but that's because I had borrowed quite some money to invest. I had around 40 ooo$ of debt, 100k in assets... Can check it out under My Debt page.
To all other readers: thanks for reading :)
Living and working in Quebec had been quite a bad experience: Lexi-tech International, BMO Bank of Montreal, etc.. You can read more about it on the previous post... Quebec do not worth much as a province, taxes are at its highest level in North America, health care are not good at all as well as the education. Many kids go to private school when education is supposed to be free. Jean Charest and its bunch of little Quebeckers do not worth it. Province of corruption, favoritism and shame.

youngandthrifty said...

Congratulations! I am about $350 short on having 100K in assets too (I don't count my pension from work).

 

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