# How much money do you earn?

A few years ago, I wrote a post on a US real estate blog where I showed how to calculate your net worth using the S&P 500.

Now that the markets are booming, the post is still valid and can be referenced with ease.

However, it was only available in a Google News search and it was a little tricky to understand.

In other words, you should invest a minimum of \$1 million into your portfolio every year.

To calculate your asset allocation, you would first divide the net worth by your annual income.

If your net income is less than \$1,000, you will only invest \$1.25 million.

So if you want to get started with a \$1m portfolio, you can do the math using the following formula: \$1M / A year = \$1millionAsset allocation = (\$1million * \$1) / (1 * A) = \$5millionTo calculate the net equity, you divide the asset allocation by the annual income and divide the result by the value of the portfolio to get the net asset value.

You can then calculate the annual interest rate to determine how much you will be earning in retirement.

A basic portfolio would consist of a range of assets like real estate, bonds, and cash.

Here is how to use the S &p 500 for your calculation:For example, if your portfolio consists of a \$5 million portfolio and you earn \$250,000 per year, you need to invest \$250k in real estate in order to have a \$2.5 million net equity.

As a result, your portfolio is \$2,550,000 in equity.

If you would like to calculate the average annual interest you need, you simply divide your portfolio by 100.

An average portfolio will have an annual interest of 1.7%.

The bottom line is, if you are looking to invest in a portfolio that is less risky than the S-curve, start with the S, S-Curve, and S-Spread, and build up from there.

Remember that this is a simple formula, and there are a lot of variables to consider.

And if you think you’re getting a little confused, just ask the question in the comments.

Have you ever calculated your net wealth using the real estate market?