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We continue the discussion from the last entry.
We began this project with only $500. All in an effort to help out the small retail investor who doesn’t have a lot of money, understand the importance of growing an income account, as opposed to a trading account. Remember that these numbers are computed off of Friday’s close and are updated each week. It’s live … as it happens …
Total Sharpe Income Balance: $3,814.01
Total Sharpe Income YTD Return: + 3.64 %
Sharpe Income YTD Paid Yield on Cost: + 0.82 %
Total Sharpe Income YTD Maximum Draw-down: – 1.34 %
iShares Barclay’s IEF Return: + 2.10 %
S&P 500 Index YTD Return: + 5.04 %
S&P 500 Index YTD Maximum Draw-down: – 2.41 %
We have placed this weeks ‘capital deposit’ in the category reserved as “dry powder”. Cash that we simply have ‘on hand’ and can move about as we wish. Of that cash, 85% of the capital deposit was placed as reserved for a future deposit towards the ‘capital gains’ strategy. 15% of the capital deposit is placed towards reservations for the purchase of more income assets. Thus, the cash is reserved thusly …
Total Cash: $428.46
Income Assets Cash: $68.62
Capital Gains Cash: $134.84
Reserve Cash: $225.00
Cash for Income Assets: $26.25
Cash for Capital Gains Allocation: $148.75
Cash for Tier Capital: $50.00
I’m going to use the space in the following video entry, to continue a conversation I had over the weekend. When it comes to ‘traders failing’, and the multiple reasons why many traders fail. Some of it, touches on the subject of trading strategies …
(Video Included. If you’re seeing this entry elsewhere and cannot play the video? Click this link to go to the exact video entry …)
The link to the Google Drive Spreadsheet that you can view, that we will edit, build upon and refer to over time can be found at this link.
We continue the Sharpe Income project with this next entry.