Overview I know I haven’t posted in a while, but honestly there hasn’t been anything interesting to talk about. Lately there have been some swings in the market. My Roth IRA and other portfolios took a hit, but surprisingly my M1 Finance returns stayed pretty solid. What happened was that while my common stock pie went down in returns, my REITs went up and covered … Continue reading (M1#10) Breaking $100 and Steady Returns. Another highlight for diversification and dividend yields.
Here’s is my fourth installment in how I managed to save and make extra cash during a month. I’ve decided to not include the results of junk I sell on craigslist because that will vary widely among people, so that number here is not very helpful. Let’s get right into it! Power Electric Bills Suck. Here’s a few Power Company related ways to get some … Continue reading 16 Ways I Earned an Extra $800 in a Month (May 2018)
I realize that I originally wanted this to be a weekly update, but now that I am in a pretty good rhythm, weekly updates would be superfluous. Today though, marks something meaningful to me though. I noticed that my overall return rate is greater than 4.5%! It is ever so slightly above at 4.56%, but it is still better than my mortgage rate of 4.5%. … Continue reading (M1#9) Returns are Now Officially Better Than my Mortgage Rate
This is completion of month 2 in my adventure of investing with M1 Finance where I get to distribute $10 a weekday to the stocks I pick, ensuring I don’t pay the highest price for shares without having to time the market. Referral code for a free $10 inside as well. Continue reading Investment Ride-along (#8) – I’ve Made $30 in Two Months…
So this is pretty awesome, my entire portfolio is up 2.02% for a total gain of $26.17. For the week, I am up 1.04% for a weekly gain of $16.71. REITs The big gainers here are CyrusOne Inc (+11.71%) and National Storage Affiliates (+11.75%). CyrusOne specializes in carrier neutral data center properties. I suppose this makes sense, perhaps the retail store death could mean more … Continue reading Investment Ride-along (#7) – Overall Happy with Progress, but Will it Last?