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Monday, March 20, 2017

Welcoming a nice $193 969.21 net worth

When I saw that my non-registered portfolio closed the session at $154 906.78, I knew something was going on. The TSX might had lost 71.92 points this past Friday, but it didn't matter. My overall portfolio closed at $277 598.39. I currently have $3 510.02 in cold cash - hard to imagine for a girl who used to be 100% invested. I can proudly say, I am no longer 100% invested, I am now... 98.74% invested. Got to start somewhere. For the first time in years, I am no longer 100% invested.

While holding on to a margin of $83 629.18, my net worth on date of March 17 was $193 969.21. WOW. Just imagine what will happen to me when the TSX will go up again. I never been so closed to the 200k net worth and its hard to believe that I am actually just right there, especially knowing how little I had invested in the couple past months. Since I began this blog and my money journey back in 2007, we can say that it took me 10 years to reach the famous $200 000 net worth, which is almost there. Not too bad of a score.

And just to but things a bit hotter, my non-registered portfolio closed today session at $155 453.57 while the TSX was losing 48.17 points. I now have available $17 583.28 on my margin - well enough to make an investment move on Atco Ltd. Its tax season and its not easy to go through it, but in my case, its done and completed. I made over 60k in 2016. I am waiting for a pay back of about $400, but my tax declaration alone cost $119. Anyway, money is always welcome, even for small amounts.


Ruth kruuv said...

Hi Sunny. Good for you, followed you when you were at a 100 grand or less, thank for the Pembins stock, it’s Ruth and how are you? Do you still live in New Brunswick?

Sunny said...

Hi Ruth, Its been a long time, but I remember you. I hope you are doing well. In one of your last comments, you said you had suffered from health problems, I hope you are doing better now. I had now been living in Montreal for the past 6 years. I had lost my job in New Brunswick, I couldn't find any job in my hometown, so I got to move back to the big city, in a province that's not mine. But I am doing fine anyway.

Take care.


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