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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2350 on: April 14, 2021, 11:07:43 AM »
@Rife Congratulations!!!! Great to know that your property value is going up, probably you are in a neighborhood.  I also live in Seattle and my property value has been going down the hill, I live in downtown.  What's next in your race?

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2351 on: April 14, 2021, 01:54:07 PM »
We are just outside Mill Creek. It has been crazy. Two houses on our street sold in less than 5 hours on the market. Prices have been going up fast. We are still working and going on to the race for 2 million next. My wife will retire first probably but not quite yet.

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2352 on: April 15, 2021, 08:10:20 PM »
First post as a celebration.
In April we graduated by NW to $500

Starting reading MMM January 2018.
Started tracking NW Nov 2018
Nov 2018 NW $74 Assets $379

March 2021 NW $495 Assets $747
April 2021 NW $515 Assets $766

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2353 on: April 15, 2021, 08:46:03 PM »
Congratulations and welcome, 24babsie!

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2354 on: April 15, 2021, 08:55:01 PM »
My wife and I crossed the $900k mark this month and are over 50% of our full FIRE number of $1.8 million. We are less than $300k from our $1.2m lean fire number (that would pay off the house plus give us $40k a year). This is finally starting to feel real. Weve been at a 70%+ savings rate throughout COVID and are going to try and keep it up as long as possible.

Cash & investments:
2/21/21:$855k
3/15/21: $872k
4/15/21: $915k

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2355 on: April 15, 2021, 10:42:50 PM »
05/01/2017:  $198,456
05/15/2017:  $200,404   
05/31/2017:  $207,044
06/15/2017:  $213,996
07/05/2017:  $219,933
07/17/2017:  $225,853
08/01/2017:  $228,504
08/24/2017:  $228,854
09/01/2017:  $237,500
09/19/2017:  $245,500
10/02/2017:  $251,933
11/07/2017:  $266,000
12/27/2017:  $280,000
01/12/2018:  $300,768
01/23/2018:  $305,566
11/27/2018:  $359,000
03/01/2019:  $400,283 *baby born, kinda lost track of everything.....
08/15/2020:  $612,831
01/01/2021:  $689,500
01/15/2021:  $705,137
02/01/2021:  $714,039
02/15/2021:  $747,215
03/15/2021:  $750,529
04/01/2021:  $767,398
04/15/2021:  $795,707

Agreed that this first quarter has been pretty incredible - @Sid Hoffman appreciate your realistic statement there - I'm exactly one of those folks you are referring to - I think I opened a brokerage account in 2012, so basically its just been a snowball rolling down a hill (especially since I started reading MMM in 2016 and got wise to Vanguard mutual funds) faster and faster, but the market can't do this forever....right? 

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2356 on: April 18, 2021, 03:32:38 PM »
2018
Jan -  $330,883
July - $372,389
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2019
Jan  -  $376,421
July  - $449,818
Aug  - $461,802
Sept  -$471,690
Nov  - $486,235
Dec  - $498,006
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2020
Jan  - $501,901
Feb - $518,123
Mar - $446,241
April -$450,421
May - $465,042
June -$478,201
July - $494,067
Aug - $508,204
Sept- $512,108
Oct -  $509,740
Nov-  $538,580
Dec - $558,594
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2021
Jan- $574,925
Feb- $591,277
Mar- $595,814
Apr- $614,723

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2357 on: April 20, 2021, 04:54:28 PM »
Just joining this thread and excited to be here! Hit 500K total net worth in March of 2021. Spent about 3 years in the Race from 250-500 thread.

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2358 on: April 21, 2021, 07:30:29 AM »
Welcome, Mrs. D! You've reached Eagleton now. Because of our cupcake factory, the air here smells like vanilla.

And serious question to others: are folks counting their crypto portfolios in their net worth? Or do most people treat that more as an "extra?"

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2359 on: April 21, 2021, 07:55:44 AM »
Welcome, Mrs. D! You've reached Eagleton now. Because of our cupcake factory, the air here smells like vanilla.

And serious question to others: are folks counting their crypto portfolios in their net worth? Or do most people treat that more as an "extra?"

By definition you should include all assets (including crypto) and liabilities when calculating net worth. It may make sense to exclude it from your calculation of your investment portfolio, however, depending on what you are trying to accomplish.

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2360 on: April 21, 2021, 09:11:16 AM »
Joining. Can't improve what you don't measure. Targeting 1M in investments by 2024-age 35 as a couple.

Month/year-----Investments------NW

4/2021----------730---------------862

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2361 on: April 21, 2021, 03:15:14 PM »
Belatedly joining the thread. I hit 500k in January, but due to the NYC suburbs housing market boom my NW is about 605k now when you include the equity in my home.

Jan 2016 - -35k
Jan 2017 - 30k
Jan 2018 - 125k
Jan 2019 - 245k
Jan 2020 - 367k
Dec 2020 - 489k
April 2021 - 605k - large bonus + home appreciation of nearly 100k in under a year.

Rough Breakdown:
Cash: 65k
Retirement: 92k
Investment: 172k
Home Equity: 290k
School Debt (through fam; 0% interest): 10k left



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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2362 on: April 22, 2021, 12:57:03 AM »
Officially passed $600k NW last week, but downshifting next month into sabbatical/coast/barista-FIRE mode. Might be a slow growth to 1M -- but the free time I'll get back will be worth it!

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2363 on: April 22, 2021, 06:28:38 AM »
Something weird to realize... we're probably in this race for good, barring a total collapse of the economy and real estate markets.

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2364 on: April 22, 2021, 12:39:44 PM »
Something weird to realize... we're probably in this race for good, barring a total collapse of the economy and real estate markets.

What could possibly go wrong?

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2365 on: April 22, 2021, 12:44:14 PM »
1/1/20: 491k
2/1/20: 525k
3/1/20: 538k
4/1/20: 477k
5/1/20: 444k
6/4/20: 595k
7/1/20: 596k
8/1/20: 639k
9/1/20: 655k
10/1/20: 692k
11/1/20: 687k
12/1/20: 793k
12/31/20: 813k
1/23/21: 864k
2/3/21: 883k
2/28/21: 893k
3/14/21: 924k
4/22/21: 968k

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2366 on: April 22, 2021, 02:16:29 PM »
Welcome, Mrs. D! You've reached Eagleton now. Because of our cupcake factory, the air here smells like vanilla.

And serious question to others: are folks counting their crypto portfolios in their net worth? Or do most people treat that more as an "extra?"

Thanks for the welcome, Nick_Miller. I thought the air up here reminded me of kids' birthday parties ;)

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2367 on: April 22, 2021, 03:02:32 PM »
Welcome, Mrs. D! You've reached Eagleton now. Because of our cupcake factory, the air here smells like vanilla.

And serious question to others: are folks counting their crypto portfolios in their net worth? Or do most people treat that more as an "extra?"

I treat mine as a complete extra, like my accruing credit card balance each month isn't a negative unless I don't pay it off.

I cashed out half my crypto earlier this year and added that to regular old boring investments so I've got some profits in my net worth now, but only count it at that point.

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2368 on: April 23, 2021, 12:35:27 AM »
1/1/20: 491k
2/1/20: 525k
3/1/20: 538k
4/1/20: 477k
5/1/20: 444k
6/4/20: 595k
7/1/20: 596k
8/1/20: 639k
9/1/20: 655k
10/1/20: 692k
11/1/20: 687k
12/1/20: 793k
12/31/20: 813k
1/23/21: 864k
2/3/21: 883k
2/28/21: 893k
3/14/21: 924k
4/22/21: 968k

Impressive, how did you pull that off?! Doubled in one year. Super high income or mostly market-driven?

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2369 on: April 25, 2021, 10:24:22 AM »
@Geographer I didn't notice until you mentioned it.  Savings rate for 19 was 50%, 20 was 60%, 21 so far is 80%.
Vanguard returns seem to be 50% for this last year?  which is crazy.

I did the usual, which is high savings rate and low-cost index funds.

I also did stupid shit like:
buy individual stocks (cciv and srngu)
Sell and buy options

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wow, I made it
« Reply #2370 on: April 27, 2021, 10:49:34 AM »
I've had my eye on this thread for quite some time.  I watched my investment balance get closer and closer and finally today is the day.

4.27.21   $502,162.30  investments only.
8.29.21     540, 000 

This is crazy for me since I grew up in a working class household that never had enough to pay all the bills.  I never made more than 7000 dollars a year until the age of 30.  I am now 53.   I don't really aspire to a million.  My house and cars are paid off and my daughter got a fat four year scholarship.  My husband has a government job with health insurance.  We also have a couple of rentals.  My lean fire is 600 and fat fire is 900k.  I will quit in six years.  I'm feeling so happy. 
« Last Edit: August 31, 2021, 05:21:21 PM by hounton »

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Re: wow, I made it
« Reply #2371 on: April 28, 2021, 06:16:40 AM »
I've had my eye on this thread for quite some time.  I watched my investment balance get closer and closer and finally today is the day.

4.27.21   $502,162.30  investments only.

This is crazy for me since I grew up in a working class household that never had enough to pay all the bills.  I never made more than 7000 dollars a year until the age of 30.  I am now 53.   I don't really aspire to a million.  My house and cars are paid off and my daughter got a fat four year scholarship.  My husband has a government job with health insurance.  We also have a couple of rentals.  My lean fire is 600 and fat fire is 900k.  I will quit in six years.  I'm feeling so happy.

Congrats!

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Re: wow, I made it
« Reply #2372 on: April 28, 2021, 08:38:20 AM »
I've had my eye on this thread for quite some time.  I watched my investment balance get closer and closer and finally today is the day.

4.27.21   $502,162.30  investments only.

This is crazy for me since I grew up in a working class household that never had enough to pay all the bills.  I never made more than 7000 dollars a year until the age of 30.  I am now 53.   I don't really aspire to a million.  My house and cars are paid off and my daughter got a fat four year scholarship.  My husband has a government job with health insurance.  We also have a couple of rentals.  My lean fire is 600 and fat fire is 900k.  I will quit in six years.  I'm feeling so happy.

This is very cool, your final race and you don't even have to complete it to win! Congratulations.

Sadly I have to hit at least the next race (or two) because Canada uses funny money that's worth less than yours.

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Re: wow, I made it
« Reply #2373 on: April 28, 2021, 07:28:30 PM »
I've had my eye on this thread for quite some time.  I watched my investment balance get closer and closer and finally today is the day.

4.27.21   $502,162.30  investments only.

This is crazy for me since I grew up in a working class household that never had enough to pay all the bills.  I never made more than 7000 dollars a year until the age of 30.  I am now 53.   I don't really aspire to a million.  My house and cars are paid off and my daughter got a fat four year scholarship.  My husband has a government job with health insurance.  We also have a couple of rentals.  My lean fire is 600 and fat fire is 900k.  I will quit in six years.  I'm feeling so happy.

This is very cool, your final race and you don't even have to complete it to win! Congratulations.

Sadly I have to hit at least the next race (or two) because Canada uses funny money that's worth less than yours.

Sorry about the Canadian currency.   But you live in an amazing country so that is worth a lot.  I am in the Northwest and I feel like we have more culturally similar to Canada than other parts of the US.  Good luck with your race.  Things could take a positive turn.

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2374 on: April 30, 2021, 06:35:01 AM »
                       2018                2019                2020                2021               
January$222,019$261,809$403,264$550,326
February$236,831$286,584$414,417$555,120
March$234,104$303,681$388,201$577,440
April$234,452$314,939$355,475$606,455
May$241,470$331,080$398,672$647,810
June$249,398$320,926$417,280-
July$253,884$342,700$424,818-
August$264,666$354,784$456,512-
September$276,905$351,842$491,411-
October$285,986$360,853$482,214-
November$267,359$374,706$475,471-
December$281,461$391,293$531,137-

Big numbers for April, goodness.

Every time I check the retirement accounts I cannot help but feel incredibly rich. Like Hounton (and others here I know), I grew up in a working class household where my mom would decided each month which bills to pay and which ones could wait. I remember in school someone talking about what they would do with a million dollars and I couldn't come up with anything at first, because I couldn't imagine having a million dollars. Well... I'm not there yet, but I seem to be well on my way.

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2375 on: April 30, 2021, 07:16:17 AM »



                       2020                20212022
January-$580,000-
February-$584,000-
March-$605,000-
April-$622,000-
May-$650,000-
June---
July---
August---
September$517,937.94--
October$511,000.00--
November$514,001.00--
December$567,000.00--


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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2376 on: April 30, 2021, 07:27:32 AM »
What a year so far... at this rate many of us will be out of this thread in a couple of months!

Month   Invested   Networth   
04/30/17   $67,858   $125,786   <---- Discovered MMM / LBYM
09/30/17   $100,416   $168,105   <---- 100k Invested
01/31/19   $251,061   $311,711   <---- 250k Invested
06/30/20   $501,158   $573,100   <---- 500k Invested
07/31/20   $534,311   $613,166   
08/31/20   $582,298   $662,814   
09/30/20   $568,854   $652,181   
10/31/20   $576,142   $672,826   
11/30/20   $645,423   $741,146   
12/31/20   $705,754   $811,062   
01/31/21   $726,286   $824,521   
02/28/21   $756,396   $857,552   
03/31/21   $785,204   $908,384   
04/30/21   $844,153   $962,858   

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Re: wow, I made it
« Reply #2377 on: April 30, 2021, 09:30:12 AM »
I've had my eye on this thread for quite some time.  I watched my investment balance get closer and closer and finally today is the day.

4.27.21   $502,162.30  investments only.

This is crazy for me since I grew up in a working class household that never had enough to pay all the bills.  I never made more than 7000 dollars a year until the age of 30.  I am now 53.   I don't really aspire to a million.  My house and cars are paid off and my daughter got a fat four year scholarship.  My husband has a government job with health insurance.  We also have a couple of rentals.  My lean fire is 600 and fat fire is 900k.  I will quit in six years.  I'm feeling so happy.

Welcome!  great to read your story and congrats!

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2378 on: April 30, 2021, 09:43:12 AM »

26 months for 100-250k. Last post in 100-250k here: http://forum.mrmoneymustache.com/throw-down-the-gauntlet/race-from-100-to-250k/msg1440605/#msg1440605

28 months for 250k-500k. Last post in 250k-500k here: https://forum.mrmoneymustache.com/throw-down-the-gauntlet/race-from-250-to-500k!/msg2457040/#msg2457040


May-19    $482,166
Jun-19    $506,489
Jul-19    $516,572
Aug-19    $520,552
Sep-19    $524,681
Oct-19    $547,979
Nov-19    $564,839
Dec-19    $600,838

Jan-20    $616,541
Feb-20    $635,416
Mar-20    $594,318
Apr-20    $636,358
May-20    $656,539
Jun-20    $672,803
Jul-20    $691,579
Aug-20    $722,451
Sep-20    $727,184
Oct-20    $716,294
Nov-20    $770,869
Dec-20    $787,587

Jan-21    $798,628
Feb-21    $818,179
Mar-21    $837,664
Apr-21    $887,631

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2379 on: April 30, 2021, 11:03:57 AM »
1/1/20: 491k
2/1/20: 525k
3/1/20: 538k
4/1/20: 477k
5/1/20: 444k
6/4/20: 595k
7/1/20: 596k
8/1/20: 639k
9/1/20: 655k
10/1/20: 692k
11/1/20: 687k
12/1/20: 793k
12/31/20: 813k
1/23/21: 864k
2/3/21: 883k
2/28/21: 893k
3/14/21: 924k
4/22/21: 968k
4/30/21: 1000k

Made it. Gonna join the other thread. I have a feeling Ill be back though...

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2380 on: April 30, 2021, 11:10:17 AM »
4/30/21: 1000k

Made it. Gonna join the other thread. I have a feeling Ill be back though...

Congrats!!

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2381 on: April 30, 2021, 11:46:05 AM »
1/1/20: 491k
2/1/20: 525k
3/1/20: 538k
4/1/20: 477k
5/1/20: 444k
6/4/20: 595k
7/1/20: 596k
8/1/20: 639k
9/1/20: 655k
10/1/20: 692k
11/1/20: 687k
12/1/20: 793k
12/31/20: 813k
1/23/21: 864k
2/3/21: 883k
2/28/21: 893k
3/14/21: 924k
4/22/21: 968k
4/30/21: 1000k

Made it. Gonna join the other thread. I have a feeling Ill be back though...

Whoohoo! 

Although you are welcome back, I think the rules say once you make it to the next level, you get to stay there, no matter what the net worth does.

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2382 on: April 30, 2021, 11:58:49 AM »
Updated house values and added in my solar loan (I originally didn't count it because it was all cash flow positive from the beginning, but I've decided to pay it off early anyway). 

I passed $1mil in assets, which is pretty cool. Now I just need the NW number to get there :)

2020
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Date             Assets           Debts          Net Worth
Dec 2020 $927,329.91 -$418,8651.23 $508,468.58

2021
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Date             Assets           Debts          Net Worth
Jan 2021 $925,765.84 -$416,198.31 $509,567.53
Feb 2021 $939,436.18 -$418,551.55 $520,884.63
Mar 2021 $955,475.27 -$414,407.19 $541,068.08
Apr 2021 $1,021,347.71 -$433,808.86 $587,538.85

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2383 on: April 30, 2021, 02:10:46 PM »
Nov-17 - 300k

May-18  - 375k
July -18 - 400k
Dec-18 - 345K

Mar-19 - 415K
Jun-19 nw 444K - liquid -514K
Sep-19 nw 450K liquid 527K
dec-19 nw  490k liquid 575k 


mar-20 nw 374 liquid 455
Jun-20 nw 468 liquid 541
Sep-20 nw 612 liquid 573
Dec-20 nw  737 liquid 679

Jan-21 nw 739 liquid 679
Feb-21 nw 792 liquid 723
Mar-21 nw 848 liquid 761
Apr-21 nw 892 Liquid 800

chugging along nicely...

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2384 on: April 30, 2021, 04:09:10 PM »

                       2016                2017                2018                2019                2020                2021                2022               
January 
--$25,189$116,236$230,742$402,238$820,660-
February 
--$24,977$122,183$244,321$389,937$858,606--
March 
Found MMM->
-$21,759$122,763$252,749$359,271$895,439-
April 
--$15,838$129,950$263,657$441,401$977,817-
May 
-$7,447$149,174$252,690$482,281--
June 
-$16,623$154,992$287,639$499,025--
July 
-$19,048$27,638$167,846$299,427$540,432-Graduation
August 
-$18,739$39,025$180,481$313,257$571,960--
September 
-$21,536$49,626$185,098$321,358$582,947--
October 
-$25,832$59,438$194,857$336,179$582,543--
November 
-$25,621$71,949$205,772$351,985$658,773--
December 
-$25,405$110,473$212,859$385,426$796,160--

This month I saved $70,514 and my net worth went up by $82,378. Graduation will obviously come earlier than expected.

Only tracking personal liquid stash and do not include my wife's savings or any Real Estate equity at this point

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2385 on: April 30, 2021, 04:23:13 PM »
Jan 2017    $147,729
April 2017  $140,847
July 2017   $157,768
Oct 2017    $173,045
Jan 2018    $190,018
April 2018  $206,732
July 2018   $231,046
Oct 2018    $252,544
Jan 2019    $252,481
April 2019  $311,927
July 2019   $326,646
Oct 2019    $338,088
Jan 2020    $364,075
April 2020  $347,174
July 2020   $401,514
Oct 2020    $433,564

Jan 2021    $487,851
Feb 2021    $500,780
March 2021 $520,737
April 2021   $536,442
May 2021 $578,346

Between increase in home value (conservative estimate) and surging stock market, this was a great month. We finally opened a taxable brokerage account and we're focusing on funding that to help build flexibility for our 50s. It's crazy that we're almost already up $100K for the year and could exceed $600K this summer.
« Last Edit: April 30, 2021, 04:30:12 PM by Nick_Miller »

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2386 on: April 30, 2021, 04:35:15 PM »
Investments only; Household combined.

                       2019 ($)            2020 ($)            2021 ($)            2022 ($)           
January-496,255674,413-
February-472,573700,728-
March-444,067732,652-
April-495,051762,029-
May-524,063--
June-524,530--
July330,406552,296--
August437,870632,115--
September443,081617,959--
October452,295604,646--
November483,711664,577--
December484,963674,843--

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2387 on: April 30, 2021, 05:24:47 PM »
11/30/2019    $500,079.13
12/31/2019    $517,464.57
1/31/2020    $511,758.52
2/29/2020    $479,104.60
3/31/2020    $419,924.65
4/30/2020    $468,399.74
5/31/2020    $511,017.91
6/30/2020    $533,979.03
7/31/2020    $560,452.66
8/31/2020    $614,878.39
9/30/2020    $600,660.94
10/31/2020    $599,359.11
11/30/2020    $682,864.07
12/31/2020    $720,288.84
1/31/2021    $737,924.70
2/28/2021    $759,381.39
3/31/2021    $794,882.82
4/30/2021    $842,437.81

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2388 on: April 30, 2021, 05:49:33 PM »
                         2017                2018                2019                2020               2021               2022               
January-318,100359,000465,145556,220-
February-321,800370,750467,380579,170-
March-313,540378,525418,695580,425-
April255,900322,810391,005454,145604,552-
May263,800328,600397,260472,320--
June268,100331,860407,265485,420--
July273,100340,250413,395502,730--
August276,800341,770413,070513,600--
September284,500348,465420,460511,466--
October292,100343,960429,655508,153--
November302,000347,470442,315537,343--
December309,500340,950447,950553,788--
« Last Edit: April 30, 2021, 05:51:55 PM by facepalm »

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2389 on: April 30, 2021, 09:21:57 PM »
July 2016 - $257,306
August 2016 - $264,625
September 2016 - $270,695
October 2016 - $283528
November 2016 - $291396
December 2016 - $295603
January 2017 - $303,195
March 2017 - $333,323
April 2017 - $340,884
May 2017 - $346,568
June 2017 - $357,230
July 2017 - $365,912
August 2017 - $370,689
September 2017 - $380,412
October 2017 - $390,025
November 2017 - $400,070
December 2017 - $404,188
January 2018 - $419426
February 2018 - $423744
May 2019 - $623013
August 2019 - $681260
November 2020 - $856576
December 2020 - $887822
January 2021 - $906,532
February 2021 - $933655
March 2021 - $947507
April 2021 - $988769

A good month - I can almost see it!

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2390 on: April 30, 2021, 10:58:51 PM »
11/30/19: $496k
12/31/19: $524k
01/31/20: $533k
02/29/20: $507k
03/31/20: $458k
04/30/20: $510k
05/31/20: $542k
06/30/20: $578k
07/31/20: $624k
08/31/20: $664k
09/30/20: $660k
10/31/20: $653k
11/30/20: $720k
12/31/20: $753k
01/31/21: $748k
02/28/21: $772k
03/31/21: $802k
04/30/21: $860k

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2391 on: April 30, 2021, 11:50:50 PM »
LNW:

08/13/2020 $700,373
09/01/2020 $726,934
10/01/2020 $755,557 (windfall is the reason for the gain)
11/01/2020 $749,499
12/01/2020 $830,172
01/01/2021 $870,983
02/01/2021 $898,071
03/01/2021 $812,244 (house down payment = reason for the decrease)
04/01/2021 $839,928
05/01/2021 $891,402


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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2392 on: May 01, 2021, 01:07:50 AM »
Well that happened quickly...   Housing market is going nuts and the updated home equity gave a decent boost along with market gains.  Next step 1M invested. 

End of      NW           Change

12/13:   $41,032   
12/14:   $106,801    $65,769
12/15:   $197,262    $90,461
12/16:   $276,361    $79,099
12/17:   $368,051    $91,690
12/18:   $394,472    $26,421
12/19:   $560,195    $165,723
12/20:   $840,205    $280,010


01/21:   $858,525         $18,320
02/21:   $890,820         $32,295
03/21:   $925,713         $34,893
04/21:   $1,002,214      $76,501


Year to date:          +$162,009


Might stick around here until we stay over 1M for several months.

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2393 on: May 01, 2021, 02:08:22 AM »
08/1/2018 - $511,000
09/1/2018 - $519,000
10/1/2018 - $526,000
11/1/2018 - $511,000
12/1/2018 - $523,700
01/1/2019 - $515,100
02/1/2019 - $552,000
03/1/2019 - $576,000
04/1/2019 - $586,200
05/1/2019 - $604,500
06/1/2019 - $590,360
07/1/2019 - $624,000
08/1/2019 - $628,300
09/1/2019 - $637,300
10/1/2019 - $649,800 FIRE'd
11/1/2019 - $675,000
12/1/2019 - $695,700
01/1/2020 - $717,000
02/1/2020 - $721,000
03/1/2020 - $702,500
04/1/2020 - $651,000
05/1/2020 - $686,700
06/1/2020 - $702,200
07/1/2020 - $710,000
08/1/2020 - $731,800
09/1/2020 - $753,000
10/1/2020 - $736,600
11/1/2020 - $731,900 Back to work, whoops!
12/1/2020 - $769,100
01/1/2021 - $800,400
02/1/2021 - $809,400
03/1/2021 - $829,100
04/1/2021 - $851,000
05/1/2021 - $879,700

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2394 on: May 01, 2021, 05:08:09 AM »

2017
Jan 1st: 252k
Dec 4th 322.5k   

2018
Jan 1st:316.5k     64.5k up for 2017
Dec 1st:370k

2019
Jan 1st: $357.5 (marking the first year of maxing out retirement accounts!) UP: 41k for 2018 (markets took a hit)
Dec 1st $498.5   

2020
Jan 1st $533.5  We did it! How exciting :) UP 176k for 2019- wow did I make a mistake lol!?
Feb 3rd  $523
March 1st  $499  I am glad I rebalanced the end of Jan, bought more bonds to maintain my IPS.
April 1st $455
May 1st $498.5 didn't check all month, so surprised at this.
June 1st $519.5
July 1st $534 yay back up again!
August 10 $547.5  Had to replace my car this month, paid in full of course and still up! :)
Sept 3rd  $577
Oct 1st: $558
Nov 1st:
Dec 5th: $615
Dec 29th: $624 UP 90.5k for 2020

2021
Mar 2nd: $665
Mar 31: $674.5
May 1st: $703

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2395 on: May 01, 2021, 06:33:02 AM »
12/16 - $360,891     $570,338
12/17 - $473,407     $697,411
12/18 - $480,550     $732,108
12/19 - $669,819     $943,739
12/20 - $868,659     $1,159,159
01/21 - $873,464     $1,163,867
02/21 - $904,761     $1,197,361
03/21 - $937,653     $1,230,984

04/21 - $992,853       $1,288,099

It seems like every month I post the same thing...this growth is crazy!  I thought we'd hit $1,000,000 about 5 years after we retired.  Now we are less than $8,000 away with two more months of contributions.  I keep thinking the growth is going to slow down (and I know it will and will even go backwards) but good grief.  We've gotten rich while we are waiting on that to happen.  All of a sudden I'm worried about too much money.  And THAT boys and girls, is crazy.

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2396 on: May 01, 2021, 06:34:34 AM »
Officially joining:

Tracking net worth/ investments +cash.
Big jump was from a pension rollover landing in my IRA (I had no way to track the pension value before). 

Note: for the sake of convenience I only use the assets that are in my name on these tracking threads.
Another note: my table format keeps getting screwed up when I remove the quotes. Giving up on it for now.






January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
   2017
   236,254
   250,055
   262,196
   269,959
   282,665
   284,827
   292,037
   293,168
   297,489
   303,111
   309,583
   316,618
   2018
   322,183
   332,735
   328,393
   327,048
   332,943
   339,934
   341,553
   351,978
   356,877
   360,074
   346,354
   354,221
   2019
   339,623
   358,056
   368,263
   386,406
   395,806
   382,758
   399,023
   404,132
   404,378
   411,212
   421,398
   434,363
   2020
   447,716
   451,064
   427,409
   391,361
   428,733
   516,412/302,612
   524,981/314,313
   548,390/336,821
   574,193/361,734
   564,814/351,456
   561,416/347,157
   611,075/397,396
   2021
   624,711/408,641
   634,615/417,637
   648,273/430,384
   669,042/450,239
   861,370/561,651

« Last Edit: May 01, 2021, 06:58:35 AM by Morning Glory »

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2397 on: May 01, 2021, 06:47:32 AM »
Something weird to realize... we're probably in this race for good, barring a total collapse of the economy and real estate markets.

What could possibly go wrong?

KNOCK ON WOOD ENDER. Don't ruin it for the rest of us!!!

Lots of people joining the thread this month. Welcome everyone!

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2398 on: May 01, 2021, 06:48:16 AM »
2021

April - $521,524.00   
May - $547,818.24

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Re: Race from 500k to 1M!
« Reply #2399 on: May 01, 2021, 06:50:35 AM »
Up $300k from 1 yr ago. Niiiiiiice

Investments only


                       2018                2019                2020                2021                2022               
January-$226,942$401,746$603,129-
February-$249,796$414,430$610,412-
March-$270,351$412,631$630,438-
April-$285,770$393,815$679,078-
May-$295,838$414,524$719,534-
June$219,320$283,393$452,579--
July$228,483$307,071$471,455--
August$234,711$315,942$496,982--
September$245,993$318,301$529,603--
October$251,023$334,301$525,945--
November$238,881$352,430$528,082--
December$244,687$370,715$585,310--