I really want to write up my June monthly summary to see how the first half of the year ended. But before I do that, here’s a summary of a June stock purchase that I made last month.
Here’s my May 2017 review following on from my May income fund update. It’s almost like a balance sheet statement, but different!
This report is a little abbreviated as I’m in the UK and some files I thought were in the Cloud, aren’t. But I think I have enough data to get by. So here’s my Income Fund update for May 2017.
I bought some shares in May after a long time of not purchasing any. Here’s a summary of my May stock purchases plus the stock that I sold at the same time.
Here’s my April 2017 review following on from my April income fund update. It’s almost like a balance sheet statement, but different!
There wasn’t much drama in my income fund in April, although I did sell a couple of companies. Here’s my Income Fund update for April 2017.
I decided to sell some shares last month. Here’s a summary of my April stock sales.
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Another month down. I’m a little closer to catching up – only one month behind now! Here’s my March 2017 monthly summary following on from my March income fund update. It’s almost like a balance sheet statement, but different!
I moved the remaining cash from my old Emergency Fund into my Income Fund in March. A bit like tearing off a Band-Aid; getting it done in one go instead of dragging it out was easiest and will likely make little difference in the long-term. So now that the dust has settled, it’s time to describe my Income Fund update for March 2017.