The total investment tracking or the asset management page. The exclusive page to track my total investment in stocks, mutual funds, bonds, cash equivalents, real estate, business ownership and other investment vehicle. I believe tracking my total investment is one of the best ways to manage my assets. Tracking my personal investments is simply one great way to increase my net worth. Here’s the explanation from T. Harv Eker, my favorite author.
According to T. Harv Eker, the author of the book Secrets of the Millionaires Mind, “Where attention goes, energy flows and results show.” This simply means I have to focus my attention to my total investments. I agree with what T Harv Eker stated in his book about the word tracking; “what you focus on expands”. I want to track my investments because I want my investment to expand. That’s the reason why I created this blog InvestmentTotal.com as my total investment tracking online tool.
To Increase My Net Worth
I have to focus on my net worth not on my working income. But, I should do my best to increase my income to increase my net worth. Why? How can invest money in the stock market and mutual funds if I have no money to invest? Therefore, I should work to make money. But it doesn’t mean I have to work for a lifetime. I have to work because I want to have money to invest, and the total money I invest will soon take my place to work for me.
There are two stages in life. First, a “man will work for money, second, money will work for man”. I am sure I will soon get into the second stage of life wherein “money will work for me”. I believe, small amount of money can make me a multi-millionaire after many years.
I am investing in stocks, mutual funds equity, trust accounts, business enterprise and some piece of land (real estate property) when I have extra. Take note, I don’t want to include my emergency funds and life insurance coverage in this total investment tracking page.
Financial Retirement Goal: 10,000,000 Target Earning Assets
Stock Market Investment: 25,000
Mutual Fund Investment: 225,000
Trust Funds: 20,000
Real Estate: 400,000
Business Ownership: 50,000