Category Archives: Fiscal Updates

Keeping track of my finances

Liquid Net Worth Update – Q2 2021 | $766K

In today’s post I’ll share my finances and investment performance over the last 3 months. 🙂 My liquid net worth does not include my home or rental properties. My liquid net worth progress – April to June It has been an amazing quarter for most asset classes. The TSX hit 20,000 points for the first time ever. Here’s… Read More »

Liquid Net Worth Update – Q1 2021

In today’s post I’ll be sharing my finances and investment performance over the last 3 months. I totally understand that sometimes it doesn’t feel good to read other people’s stories. Feel free to stop reading here if you are uncomfortable to continue. Having said that, let’s dive right into the numbers. 🙂   Liquid’s Net Worth progress –… Read More »

Financial Independence!

I have achieved financial freedoooom! After 12 years of saving and investing I have finally reached financial independence! This means the passive income generated from my investment portfolio is enough to pay for all my current and future living expenses. It’s not about spending more money on things. It’s about spending more time on the things that money… Read More »

Fiscal Update May 2020 | Oil’s well that ends well

Energy sector bounces back The human brain can often exaggerate negative emotions in the midst of uncertainty. It’s why otherwise calm drivers are susceptible to road rage behavior. Similarly, a stock market crash can cause investors to fixate on the bad news, lose perspective, and extrapolate recent trends into a dreadful future. Here’s a business headline from mid… Read More »