↑ Emerging Markets Stock Index Fund is up by $4,505 or +3.4%
↑ Eurozone Stock Index Fund is up by $5,399 or +4.6%
↑ US 500 Stock Index Fund is up by $10,453 or +7.3%
↑ Global Small Cap Index is up by $6,753 or +6.1%
↑ Fidelity Growth Fund is up by $2,089 or +3.9%
↑ Financial independence savings for last month $2,000
↑ EUR is up to USD by 1% or $2,183 for my portfolio
↑ GBP is up to USD by 2.4% or $1,277 for my portfolio
Grand total additions: $34,659 USD
The S&P had a remarkable recovery, but truth is that most of it in so-called growth stocks, which generates no dividends:Growth vs. value companies recovery during COVID19
Further than that its not all economy sectors which recovered well:
S&P500 sectors unequal recovery.
A lot of traditional “brick and mortar” sectors are really struggling - energy, utilities, real estate, industrials…
This is still better, than Eurozone. France index is down 15%, England is 20% down. This is predominantly due to lack of independence in foreign affairs, sanctions and inefficient policies. Only Germany is doing relatively well.
Eurozone (France, the UK) markets recovery vs. S&P500
Overall I am glad to see that for the first time I reached $600,000 with my financial independence nest egg.