↑ Accumulated $4,000 USD as part of my annual saving goal for September
↑ Vanguard Emerging markets quarterly dividends $194 USD or 6% at the current price.
↑ Vanguard S&P 500 quarterly dividends $196 USD or 1.9% at the current price.
↑ Vanguard Emerging markets shares are up by $3,025 USD
Grand total additions: US$ 7,415 USD
↓ Vanguard S&P 500 slid down another $740 USD
↓ Company shares down collectively $1,340 USD
↓ iShares Core DAX down $270 USD
↓ Gazprom shares down $13,160
↓ GBP down to USD $3,465 USD
Grand total losses: US$ 18,975
- Vanguard emerging markets returning approximately 6% at the current price, while S&P500 returns 1.9%.
- Gazprom is under severe pressure in Western Europe, as they are aim to secure natural gas cheaply. This is crucial as scandal in the Netherlands is growing due to earthquakes are being linked to the natural gasp production and public opinion leaning towards demanding the production shutdown. For that reason they initiated investigation and the perceived risk of the annual 10% revenue the shares are down.
- Year on year drop is $46K USD + $50K invested over the last 12 months. There is three main contributors : Gazprom shares ~$54 K , EUR to USD lost 15% or $38K USD, GBP to USD lost 7% or $4K USD.