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Casual Invsting

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Name:
Casual Investing
Category:
Investing
Tags:
Passive Income, Dividend Income, Make Money, invest, income streams, peer to peer
Start Year:
2017

Blogger Bio

Net worth:
$7,928.02
Location:
Castro Valley, California, United States
Age:
40s
Race:
Asian
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
SIK (Single Income, Kids)
Profession:
Manager
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Latest Blog Posts

It’s been a while since I made my last post.  I’ve been pretty busy over the last month or so.  Hmm, I’m not even sure how long its been since my last post.  Here we go… Beginning of September, I started working on my backyard project.  My wife and I are tearing the whole yard […] The post It’s been a while. What I’ve been up to. appeared first on ...
Posted: Oct 09 2017 @ 12:24 AM
My neighbors and I had a block garage sale today which went better than I expected.  In total there were four families who participated that brought steady traffic throughout the day.  We started at 8am and finished up around 2pm.  After counting up our take, we ended up with a little more than $150.  It […] The post Garage sale outcome appeared first on Casual Investing. ...
Posted: Jul 23 2017 @ 11:04 AM
Learning is constant and through most of the podcasts, blogs and articles I’ve read had a common theme.  Processes and systems, then repeat.  I fully agree with this assessment and took a look at a few systems I’ve created for myself.  You may also say there is typical routine to check on my finances or […] The post Sytemize yourself – Pay yourself first appeared first on Casual Investing. ...
Posted: Jul 22 2017 @ 6:29 AM
In my search for additional money to invest, today I received an email from an app I used years ago shutting down in the next few months.  Pactapp – this is an activity app where you determine how often you work out per week.  If you fail the challenge at the end of the week, […] The post Found Money – This time from an app shutting down appeared first on ...
Posted: Jul 15 2017 @ 4:57 AM
I’ve been waiting for Robinhood to deliver my first June statement to complete my June portfolio report out.  Let’s see how I did last month. With a baseline start of $7,928.02, June report comes out to $8,423.58.  Not too shabby this past month.  That is a $495.56 increase.  Sweet!  I must be doing something right.  I know it’s […] The post June 2017 – Monthly portfolio report appeared first on Casual Investing. ...
Posted: Jul 15 2017 @ 1:04 AM
Today I bought 4 shares of AT&T for $38.02 per stock on Robinhood.  Sweet! Excited! How did I come up with the funds to buy the stock.  Reminder, I’m starting a zero dollars each time.  Sometimes it just so happened I received an email from Paypal informing me to update my credit card due to […] The post Found money and withdrawn funds put to good use appeared first on Casual ...
Posted: Jul 06 2017 @ 11:38 AM
Each month I review my net worth to see how the month has progressed.  I’ve made a decision to move away from Lending Club contributions as I’ve seen the percentage on return slowly decrease over time.  My returns on Lending Club is 7.28% while Prosper is 12.72%.  Yes, the returns are a big factor in […] The post Shifting contributions away from Lending Club appeared first on Casual Investing. ...
Posted: Jul 04 2017 @ 10:08 PM
Checked my checking account each day waiting for my coin deposit to show up.  It’s been five business days for the deposit to show up.  So, how much did my dust collecting coins give me'  $61.72.  That’s pretty awesome for just sitting there.  I’m pretty sure I have been accumulating coins for the past six […] The post Yeah, completed my first stock buy on Robinhood appeared first on Casual Investing. ...
Posted: Jun 23 2017 @ 7:42 PM
I made a move today stopping recurring cash from Lending Club to Prosper.  My move is based on one number.  Adjusted Net Annualized Return.  I don’t know what it means, but the number is 4 points lower than Prosper.  I rather put my money towards a platform that is higher.  Well, this may be shortsighted […] The post Moving contributions to a single p2p platform appeared first on Casual Investing. ...
Posted: Jun 22 2017 @ 11:03 AM
I thought about this today when I wrote the baseline post.  My first goal was to pay off Hulu subscription costing me 11.99 month because I can’t stand commercials.  Yup, I will pay the extra four bucks for no commercials.  I said to my self, ‘How long will it take to reach 11.99 payout just […] The post My first goal isn’t realistic appeared first on Casual Investing. ...
Posted: Jun 21 2017 @ 11:33 AM

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