plasticsurgeryrox's Net Worth for December 2019


Assets Value Change ($) Change (%)
Cash $0 - -
Stocks $22,082,000 $161,000 0.73%
Bonds $0 - -
Annuities $0 - -
Retirement $0 - -
Home $1,500,000 ($200,000) (11.76%)
Other Real Estate $6,383,000 - -
Cars $0 - -
Personal Property $0 - -
Other $0 - -
$29,965,000 ($39,000) (0.13%)
 
Debts Value Change ($) Change (%)
Home Mortgage(s) $0 - -
Other Mortgage(s) $0 - -
Student Loans $105,000 - -
Credit Cards $0 - -
Car Loans $0 - -
Other $6,026,000 ($302,000) (4.77%)
Total Debts $6,131,000 ($302,000) (4.69%)
Net Worth $23,834,000 $263,000 1.12%
*All values shown in USD ($)
Notes:
11/30/19 Market slightly high. My real estate values are probably too high. Just going to stay the course. I'm expecting a recession in 2022. Will probably start selling stocks in 2020-2021.

Comments

12/8/2019 11:37:11 AM sertra2002
You are skewing the statistics of everyone. Are you really worth this much are are you in a fantasy land? If you are really worth this much, you sure have too much time on your had to be updating here so often !
12/8/2019 11:39:30 AM sertra2002
o in cash> how os that even possible. You must have at least $100, $50, what about $5. No ..just 0?. Then 105 K in student debt?? Whats that all about or someone with that high a net worth?
12/9/2019 2:26:52 PM gmt
We do not all account for things the same way, especially with such a narrow UI. I, for example, lump all my after-tax investments into "cash," include my sailboat in "cars," and the value of my business in "other." Even you account for stuff in your own way by including 529 money in "other" when many of us (like me) don't count our kids' 529 money as part of our net worth. Are you skewing the statistics for everyone? Also, PSR has (like you) been a member here or on the predecessor site as long as you ... do you really think people get off on anonyously updating bullshit portfolios to make you jealous? I guess anything is possible, but seems unlikely over a ten year period. Lastly, I have $100 (or so) in petty "cash," but my "cash" reflects the value of my after-tax investment accounts. What's the point in tracking monthly "petty cash" in a checking account? I guess what I'm trying to say is: calm the fuck down, man.
12/10/2019 4:59:26 PM licid9
Not sure how PSR's "monthly wall" always becomes the forum for chit chat...but I would agree with GMT. PSR updates and contributes to the discussions regularly and has for an extended period of time. Sertra, you have managed to great yourself. @GMT -- LOL Merry Christmas to all (as applicable)!
12/10/2019 10:30:15 PM plasticsurgeryrox
GMT - you are correct and I appreciate your response. There is a lot of lumping that gets done. Sertra - I use the website for my own purposes and am basically just tracking how things change over time for me. Over time, I have lumped things more as certain things gain or lose significance. For your interest, I just checked my cash in my wallet and I have $63 in cash which I did not feel was significant to put on the website for myself. As for student (or any other) debt, I keep it as I can get a higher return on my other investments. $105K seems like a significant amount of money to me in terms of a loan but less significant as an investment. I struggle sometimes with perspective...as net worth and investments grow and change, sometimes it is difficult to change one's perspective or old habits.
12/13/2019 8:47:04 AM sertra2002
licid9 - lol, Indeed I have managed to great myself . To get a response from our top two networthers. psx, sorry for doubting you. gmt, please be respectful, there is no need to use crude language. I got the point even without that.
12/13/2019 10:17:54 AM gmt
Sorry, I cuss like a sailor 'cause, well, I am one. :-) Anyway, no disrespect meant and wish you all well.