Andrei Jikh is a personal finance YouTuber with a net worth of $3.5 million. The son of Russian circus performers, Andrei entertains his audience through sleight of hand magic and breaking down complex financial topics. It started off as a generic investing channel and then turned to crypto. Now, the channel has gone full circle and is back covering personal finance. Below we break down his wealth by asset class.
Jikh mainly uses Robinhood and WeBull to trade stocks. On Robinhood he holds $368,000 worth of shares and in March 2021 broke a personal passive income record of 4 figures – earning $1,000 in dividend payments alone. Dividends are powerful! When stocks dip he likes to buy stocks at a discount and when they rise he enjoys growing his wealth on paper. On WeBull Andrei has $18,500 in investments.
He has a Roth IRA account with M1 Finance – he uses growth investing and the account is now worth roughly $8,000. This brings the stock portfolio to a total sum of $395,000.
Andrei has become a crypto fanatic and has made huge money during the bull market. He has 8.7 Bitcoin, 90 Ether and 2592 Cardano in his Binance account. He also has an account with Coinbase Pro, where he keeps $50,000 in cash to dollar cost average into Bitcoin every day at about $1,000 per day.
Jikh also publicly revealed a purchase of 16 million OMI tokens which is worth about $18,000. Jikh’s investment in OMI has been a flop but at least he’s not struggling to pay the bills. Andrei’s crypto portfolio is now worth an estimated $500,000.
In a surprising move, he finally bought a house – paying $735,000 in cash. Andrei isn’t a keen real estate investor like his friends Meet Kevin and Graham Stephan. Cash tends to lose value over time and converting it into something that will hold its value is a clever move. He also has roughly $28,000 in the Fundrise app which is described as “digital real estate” investing. The verdict is still out on whether Fundrise is a worthwhile investment, so far results have been disappointing on auto mode.
Normally he invests 95% of his money but because of taxes and potential investment opportunities, he keeps a lot more than before starting YouTube. Andrei has $1,443,000 sitting in cash. Through a combination of stocks, crypto, real estate and cash – Andrei Jikh’s net worth is $3.5 million.