That’s all Folks, 2016 is officially over! I am a bit sad as this was really a good year for me on all possible levels. If 2017 will be half this good, I would already consider myself as a happy man. This post will be a bit more detailed as the regular monthly overviews as it is not just month end, but also the end of Q4 (I review my dividend income on a quarterly basis) and the end of the year. Let’s see 2016 in numbers!
Another month has passed, another monthly overview is here. I did not plan November to be particularly special, still so much has happened that I even don’t know where to start. So let’s don’t waste any time, let’s see whether this month has taken us closer or further away from financial independence!
Another month, another step closer to financial independence. In October our investment rate was according to the plan, adding nearly EUR 2,000 to our portfolio via share purchases. We’re in the middle of the Q3 reporting season and the results so far quite mixed with both positive and negative surprises. Overall the S&P 500 closed slightly lower this month, but due to the stronger dollar our portfolio had some small gains in euro. Let’s see the details!
This is the first month end since this little blog has been launched. From now onward I will give an update on where we are on the road to one million. I will let you know what investments were added to the portfolio, share the dividend income on a quarterly basis, and hopefully can demonstrate how every little step you make takes you closer to financial independence. Let’s see where we are now!