fatlittlepigParticipantStatus: PhysicianPosts: 404Joined: 01/26/2017
Down 16% for the year. Lost about 31% on my stocks. (Portfolio is 100% in stocks/equities). Also totaled two paid off cars (in a matter of 3 days) and went on some big time vacations. I’m not including home value, but I’ll probably take a bath on that after being screwed over by City Council and local zoning code change next to my house. Bring on 2019!Click to expand…
Don’t despair my feathered friend, the more you are “down” the more you started off with.January 9, 2019 at 4:48 pm MST #180015Vagabond MDParticipantStatus: PhysicianPosts: 2832Joined: 01/21/2016
Who really cares what you count, if it makes you feel better about yourself go ahead and count it.Click to expand…
Okay, I will count the liquidation value of my piano, so it will make me feel better about myself. LOL
"Wealth is the slave of the wise man and the master of the fool.” -Seneca the YoungerDr.V. InvestorParticipantStatus: PhysicianPosts: 145Joined: 03/12/2017Our general goal/budget is 1/3rd to taxes, 1/3rd savings, 1/3rd to live onClick to expand…
we have the same goals!
we had 2 failed businesses this year. hoping to have lower taxes because of those.
NW up 6% not counting if our house appreciated in value and the new value of the other business we invested in.
status quo on portfolio.