|This can't possibly keep going like this...
Argh.... keeps erasing my previous entry when I attempt to post the next month! User error likely, but still frustrating. April is gone, and now May is here.
Drop of 1% point in retirement = 5000 dollar change in net worth.
So ... a 50% drop would mean a 250K drop in retirement and net worth. A 15% drops seems more than likely which would equate to a 75K drop. That seems scary, but represents some good opportunities to move heavier weight in to stocks.
I'm worried about my cash management. Credit Card will reduce cash to 2440, then will add ~3600 for regular pay will get me to 6040. Okay, subtract new mortgage payment 3500. Leaves 2540, not enough to cover the next credit card payment. So moving some cash from the 'stock' accounts to cash. Hey... this site helps :)
Prime Metric ( Long Term Debt (Car/Home) Loans - liquid):
June 2016: ~179,866
August 2016: ~162,116
October 2016: ~155,745
November 2016: ~159,096
December 2016: ~159,028
January 2017 ~ 152,655 (338924 - 14902 - 171367)
February 2017 ~ 145,369 (337860 - 21123 - 171368)
March 2017 ~ 148,223
April 2017 ~ 129,626 (end of month)
May 2017 ~ 131,227 (end of month)