My Early Investment Journey

While I am sitting comfortably today, writing about my journey to early retirement, the initial days of my investment years were not without their share of issues. Let me explain in a bit more detail. When I first started out, I had planned to do a SIP of a certain amount every month and planned on increasing it every year. The increase in SIP I planned at that time was to match up with the inflation rate. The thought process was that if I was just average at work then my salary increments will match up with the inflation for … Continue reading “My Early Investment Journey”

Year In Review – 2018 Returns

Update on July 15, 2019: I made a mistake in how I calculated my returns and as a result, my returns for 2018 was actually 2.17% and not 4.13% as indicated in this post. Except for that one mistake, rest of the post is accurate to my knowledge as of today :). So I still did not beat all the indices really. At the end of every year, I take stock of my investments, expenses and net worth to keep a tab on how I am performing with respect to my goals. This is also the time to rejig things … Continue reading “Year In Review – 2018 Returns”