Net Worth To Close out 2019

To close out 2019, my net worth finished at $1,248,323.84.  I made $175,236.75 on the year and I am in the draw down phase with my investments, with a withdrawal rate of about 1.15% and currently a 40 year old bachelor.

For any new readers, my net worth is super simple. I have absolutely no debt (including house, cars, student loans). I make more from my investments than actually going to work 40 hours a week at a job.  Basically, I am liquid AF. For my net worth, I only count financial assets, so I don’t include material possessions like house, cars, shit in the house (I like to keep it simple and think of only assets I can raise cash in the matter of seconds). My goals are pretty clear too: Increase Net Worth by $100,000 per year, Get to $2,000,000 by 2024, Get to $40,000 in dividends by 2024, and my new goal of make $500,000 from my investments in 1 year at some point in my life.  So here goes the charting of my net worth since 1999…

While I am working to get to the $2 Million marker within the next 4 years, I should also note the slow and steady increases in dividend income. For 2019, I just passed the $29,500 marker for dividends. This allows me to never really touch my portfolio. 2020 dividend income is expected to pass $32,500.

Interesting tidbit from the chart above…looking at the figures for the last about 6 years I have increased my net by $623,743.95. The prior 15 years accounted for $624,579.89. I often refer to how my money works harder than I do. Think about it another way. From a time perspective the last 6 years out of the 21 years of this experiment equals 28% of the time involved. That means a little over a quarter of my time doing this has actually accounted for the majority of the growth of my assets. The 6 years has produced 49.96% of the growth. The first 15 years was 72% of the time and produced $624,579.89 or 50.04% of the assets. This disparity between time and asset growth will only continue over time.  Start early!!! It’s easy to make you’re money work hard for you, so you can kick back.

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