BOO. Well if that didn’t scare you I’m sorry my net worth won’t either. Actually it’s looking alright. See below.
Wife’s RRSP $11,400
Wife’s Investment Account $11,500
Wife’s TFSA $6,200
My Investment Account $5,600
High Interest Savings Account $2,000
Therefore my net worth now stands at $281,400 for the end of Oct 2009. That is an increase of $8,000 or 2.9% from my last update. Of that my investment net worth was $87,400 which was an increase of $5,600 or 7%.
On a year to date basis net worth is up 28.1%, while investment net worth is up 78%. Wow, that’s a damn good number so far. I likely won’t double my investment net worth for the year, but I will get within striking distance.
The mortgage continues to fall at a good pace. During the next few months that will increase since I’ve decided to take all my money from my second job and put it on the mortgage. In the longer run I’m thinking about after paying off the mortgage I’ll stop tracking my house value. Instead I’ll shift over to just purely my investment net worth since at that point that will be more in line with my overall goal.
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