A few things to note before we delve into the net worth update:
- I’m from Singapore. Therefore, I will be tracking my net worth in Singapore Dollars. In short, “S$”.
- However, for the benefit of readers who are more familiar with the currency of US Dollars, I’ve also included a simple conversion from S$ to US$ at certain parts of my net worth update.
- At the time of writing this post, the exchange rate of Singapore Dollars to US Dollars is S$1 to US$0.74. Conversely, US$1 is equal to S$1.35.
Let’s start off with an overview of my entire net worth.
This month, I received a one-month bonus from my company, resulting in the unusually high increase in cash. (Yay for year-end bonuses!)
As usual, I haven’t been investing in the sluggish Singapore market. But I have continued to invest slightly over a thousand Singapore dollars into the US market every month.
My retirement accounts have seen an unusually high increase as well. Usually, my increase would be S$1,348 every month. However, this month, I received my yearly interest of about S$1.3K from the government.
Altogether, I feel it’s been a strong month for an increase in net worth.
If you’re looking for more details of my net worth, here they are. 🙂
Bond Index ETF – S$43,677
Stock Index ETF – S$83,866
Individual Shares – S$8,583
Total – S$136,126 (US$100,733)
United States Portfolio
Stock Index ETF – US$8,726
Individual Shares – US$3,672
Total – S$16,733 (US$12,395)
Cash in Bank Accounts
Brokerage Account 1 – S$1,674
Brokerage Account 2 – S$305
Bank Account 1 – S$20,020
Bank Account 2 – S$607
Bank Account 3 – S$7,958
Bank Account 4 – S$506
Cash on Hand – S$2,076
Total – S$33,146 (US$24,528)
Retirement Account 1 – S$27,938
Retirement Account 2 – S$7,903
Retirement Account 3 – S$9,440
Total – S$45,281 (US$33,508)
And that’s it!
I hope to improve on these net worth updates over the months, in content and in form. Hope you stick around for that 🙂
Thanks for reading!