Not a bad little increase in portfolio valuation since the end of 2010 if I dare say so. And I do say so. 261K to 482K a year later and then 701K nine months after that. Suddenly my expected million-dollar cashout doesn't seem like such a pipe dream. But then these kinds of gains have to be expected when superior options methods are being utilized.
Correcting typos: The 2011 gain was from 262K to 481K instead of from 261K 462K. If anyone thought that last year's 219K increase in valuation was a fluke, I have now exceeded that with a 220K increase year-to-date in 2012.