↑ Emerging Markets Stock Index Fund is up by $4,857 or 4.3%
↑ US 500 Stock Index Fund is up by $10,741 or +10.0%
Grand total additions: $15,598
↓ Eurozone Stock Index Fund is down by $785 or 6.5%
↓ Global Small Cap Index is down by $7,927 or 6.9%
↓ Vanguard FTSE U.K. All Share Index is down by $269 or 1.3%
↓ EUR is down to USD by $1,954 or 1.0%
↓ GBP to USD is slightly down by $481 or 2.4%
Grand total losses: $11,422
The reporting time kept my spirit high. Two days later as while the politicians were attending George H.W. Bush funeral, the traders were shorting the market.
From year on year basis I will be lucky if by end of December I remain in black, in spite of investing additional $21K into my private pension account this year. The market is “a growth” market, as S&P500 does not generate about 2% a year in dividends. With my current assets allocation and “America First”, whatever gains there are in S&P500 the loss is in Eurozone and Emerging markets.