2019 in numbers

2019 in numbers header

It is already the time of year again, when you look back and ask yourself where the time has gone and what you have achieved in your life.

This New Year’s Eve we asked ourselves in a group of friends what was the most beautiful and what was the worst events of the year? In the first moment I was completely overwhelmed to answer this question. But the question about the bad events was answered much faster than the one about the good ones.  I not only came up with one bad event but also several events that I could have easily done without.

It’ s somewhat funny… we try to live as good and happy a life as possible, but we can’t remember any nice events.

For 2020 I will ask myself this question more often to appreciate all the beautiful moments in life, but at the same time this question opens up another possibility:

It gives you the opportunity to control the direction you are going in and thus allows you to correct the path you have taken in case of doubt.

At the beginning of the year 2020, I ask myself what went well and what went badly, also with regard to the financial base. Am I still on the right track or have I already taken a wrong turn and lost sight of the course?

At the beginning of the year 2020, I ask myself what went well and what went badly, also with regard to the financial base. Am I still on the right track or have I already taken a wrong turn and lost sight of the course?

All in all, the year 2019 went very well. I have started to pursue the goal of a passive income and am already seeing the first signs of success. By building up a dividend growth portfolio I was able to actively contribute to achieving this goal. The P2P lending experiment is also continuing to go well, though in the future I will reduce future investments (more on this in a next article).

In order not to torture you with unnecessary tables and analyses (you can find them in the monthly reviews – they will be released regularly in 2020) I have summarized the year in an infographic:

2019 in numbers

Everything is going in the right direction and I am more than satisfied with what has been achieved.

If the markets do not collapse in 2020, I hope that things will continue to rise steadily this year.

And should the market collapse after all: My savings rate will still be 50% this year and I will then go bargain hunting on a monthly basis and benefit in the coming years and decades. At least that’ s the plan.

I wish you a good start into 2020 and much success in building your financial base.

K.

Portfolio-overview 2019

Have a look at the current portfolio and its development during 2019. 

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