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    Default New Position: FSLY

    I re-opened a position in FSLY today following a Piper Jaffray upgrade. It wasnít on my LT watch list, but I had previously held FSLY when I first opened this round of LT stocks. I sold it in October at a pretty healthy loss, but I have kept an eye on it because I like their product and their growth story and figured I might be able to recoup at some point in the future. They had a very good quarter in November and should be reporting again in February, so I wanted to be onboard beforehand in the event there is an upside surprise as there was last quarter. This one is a big gamble, but I am willing to take on a few long shots from time to time. I also added WORK back to my LT watchlist. I had some serious concerns about them because of Microsoftís incursion into their space, but they seem to be weathering the storm pretty well and revenue looks good. I might take a shot in the future.

    Current LT positions:

    AAPL, AAXN, ABMD, AMZN, APPN, AYX, BIDU, CGNX, DDOG, DOCU, EDIT, EEFT, EPAM, ESTC, ETSY, FB, FICO, FSLY, GH, HUBS, INSP, ISRG, LVGO, LYV, MA, MDB, MELI, MTCH, NTNX, NVCR, NVDA, OKTA, OLLI, PANW, ROKU, SFIX, SHOP, SMAR, TDOC, TEAM, TREX, TTD, TTWO, TWLO, VEEV, WIX, ZEN, ZM, ZS


    Current LT Candidates:
    ADBE, AMT, APPF, BRK/B, CRM, CRSP, GOOG, KNSL, LITE, LOB, MASI, MSFT, NEE, NOW, PYPL, QTWO, RGEN, SNPS, SPLK, WD, WDAY, WORK



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    Good day for your stuff.

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    Hereís a raw summary of how my round 2 positions have done. I didnít beat the S&P, largely because I took a bit of a beating initially. It was a good thing I sold off the five positions I did when I did because they are all significantly down even more since I sold them although I did buy back into FSLY. All in all, Iím happy with my returns for 2019, which included 39.53% on round 1. My returns from day trading also exceeded 20% on the capital I committed to that. I donít expect to duplicate those kind of numbers this year, especially if we head into a recession. If we do head into a recession, Iíll probably day & swing trade a lot more. As I have said, itís very difficult to make good money on equities in a bear market largely because your returns on short trades are capped. What a bear market does give you, however, is the opportunity to get great entries on good long term stocks going into the next bull market. Here is the round 2 LT position performance summary:

    Stock
    Date
    Purchase Price
    Date Closed
    Current or Closing Price
    Position Size
    Effective % Gain/Loss


    Closed
    Positions


    ANET 09/06/2019 $235.10 11/04/2019 $190.56 1 -18.95%
    CRWD 09/17/2019 $70.33 10/30/2019 $50.30 0.5 -14.24%
    FSLY 09/11/2019 $32.74 10/21/2019 $22.71 0.5 -15.32%
    IIPR 09/11/2019 $88.85 10/15/2019 $79.53 0.5 -5.24%
    RVLV 09/11/2019 $25.08 10/22/2019 $21.50 0.5 -7.14%


    Open
    Positions


    AAPL 09/09/2019 $214.69
    $299.80 1 39.64%
    AAXN 09/06/2019 $62.11
    $68.75 1 10.69%
    ABMD 09/06/2019 $191.29
    $179.04 1 -6.40%
    AMZN 09/06/2019 $1,833.65
    $1,902.88 1 3.78%
    APPN 10/25/2019 $43.84
    $38.89 1 -11.29%
    AYX 09/12/2019 $116.76
    $108.69 2 -13.82%
    BIDU 09/10/2019 $107.73
    $135.94 1 26.19%
    CGNX 10/31/2019 $51.55
    $55.24 0.5 3.58%
    DDOG 11/25/2019 $43.37
    $39.90 1 -8.00%
    DOCU 09/25/2019 $62.20
    $75.39 0.5 10.60%
    EDIT 09/06/2019 $25.07
    $29.73 1 18.59%
    EEFT 10/04/2019 $148.69
    $158.36 0.5 3.25%
    EPAM 10/03/2019 $179.00
    $214.20 1 39.33%
    ESTC 11/05/2019 $75.19
    $67.81 1 -9.82%
    ETSY 11/27/2019 $44.41
    $44.83 1 0.95%
    FB 09/19/2019 $190.10
    $212.60 0.5 5.92%
    FICO 09/17/2019 $316.60
    $384.00 0.5 10.64%
    FSLY (2nd) 01/06/2020 $21.76
    $21.86 1 0.46%
    GH 09/12/2019 $77.34
    $79.12 1 2.30%
    HUBS 01/02/2020 $162.10
    $167.00 0.5 1.51%
    INSP 10/24/2019 $57.35
    $75.48 1 31.61%
    ISRG 09/11/2019 $518.00
    $595.76 1 15.01%
    LVGO 12/16/2019 $26.85
    $25.04 0.5 -3.37%
    LYV 09/06/2019 $71.43
    $71.74 1 0.43%
    MA 09/25/2019 $272.22
    $301.23 0.5 5.33%
    MDB 09/10/2019 $130.63
    $140.50 2 15.11%
    MELI 09/11/2019 $568.00
    $606.55 2 13.57%
    MTCH 09/12/2019 $76.60
    $84.32 1 10.08%
    NTNX 10/25/2019 $28.07
    $33.14 1 18.06%
    NVCR 09/11/2019 $79.07
    $76.11 1 -3.74%
    NVDA 09/06/2019 $177.93
    $237.06 1 33.23%
    OKTA 09/10/2019 $108.22
    $123.43 1 14.05%
    OLLI 10/28/2019 $65.58
    $61.51 1 -6.21%
    PANW 09/06/2019 $216.28
    $240.26 1 11.09%
    ROKU 09/11/2019 $146.64
    $143.37 1 -2.23%
    SFIX 09/10/2019 $20.48
    $24.76 0.5 10.45%
    SHOP 09/11/2019 $342.47
    $413.33 1 20.69%
    SMAR 10/24/2019 $38.46
    $45.81 1 19.11%
    TDOC 09/06/2019 $62.80
    $86.94 2 76.88%
    TEAM 09/12/2019 $125.46
    $127.69 2 3.55%
    TREX 09/06/2019 $87.57
    $90.83 2 7.45%
    TTD 09/12/2019 $218.09
    $277.91 2 54.86%
    TTWO 09/06/2019 $131.97
    $124.69 1 -5.52%
    TWLO 10/28/2019 $106.92
    $107.46 1 0.51%
    VEEV 09/11/2019 $145.44
    $144.20 2 -1.71%
    WIX 10/03/2019 $119.78
    $131.63 0.5 4.95%
    ZEN 09/11/2019 $77.35
    $80.93 2 9.26%
    ZM 10/30/2019 $69.76
    $70.32 1 0.80%
    ZS 09/18/2019 $52.04
    $48.70 0.5 -3.21%
    Closed Position Total
    -12.18%
    Open Positions Total
    9.76%
    Grand Total




    7.73%
    S&P Since 9/6/2019
    8.90%

    Note: I modified the chart to account for 1/2 vs full vs double positions. This more accurately reflects real world performance and indicates that I wasnít as far off as I thought in terms of matching the S&P.
    Last edited by BlueWolf; 01-07-2020 at 01:54 PM.

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    Iím adding a few more stocks to my watchlist, including the re-addition of RVLV, a stock in which I had previously held a position. Iím also considering adding a 1/2 position in DOCU. I really like this company, but Iím getting pretty close to fully invested, so Iím being a little more cautious. I could always sell all or some of a poorly performing position and roll it into DOCU. Weíll see.

    Current LT positions:
    AAPL, AAXN, ABMD, AMZN, APPN, AYX, BIDU, CGNX, DDOG, DOCU, EDIT, EEFT, EPAM, ESTC, ETSY, FB, FICO, FSLY, GH, HUBS, INSP, ISRG, LVGO, LYV, MA, MDB, MELI, MTCH, NTNX, NVCR, NVDA, OKTA, OLLI, PANW, ROKU, SFIX, SHOP, SMAR, TDOC, TEAM, TREX, TTD, TTWO, TWLO, VEEV, WIX, ZEN, ZM, ZS


    Current LT Candidates:
    ADBE, AMT, APPF, ATVI, BRK/B, CRM, CRSP, GOOG, KNSL, LITE, LOB, MASI, MNST, MSFT, NEE, NOW, PING, PYPL, QTWO, RGEN, RVLV, SNPS, SPLK, WD, WDAY, WORK



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    I closed 1/2 my OLLI position today. I didnít like the failed attempt at a rally in the stock since the early December gap up. I still think thereís a lot of potential here, but Iím being a little cautious, and I wanted to free up a little cash.

    Current LT positions:
    AAPL, AAXN, ABMD, AMZN, APPN, AYX(2), BIDU, CGNX(.5), DDOG, DOCU(.5), EDIT, EEFT(.5), EPAM, ESTC, ETSY, FB(.5), FICO(.5), FSLY, GH, HUBS(.5), INSP, ISRG, LVGO(.5), LYV, MA(.5), MDB(2), MELI(2), MTCH, NTNX, NVCR, NVDA, OKTA, OLLI(.5), PANW, ROKU, SFIX(.5), SHOP, SMAR, TDOC(2), TEAM(2), TREX(2), TTD(2), TTWO, TWLO, VEEV(2), WIX(.5), ZEN(2), ZM, ZS(.5)


    Current LT Candidates:
    ADBE, AMT, APPF, ATVI, BRK/B, CRM, CRSP, GOOG, KNSL, LITE, LOB, MASI, MNST, MSFT, NEE, NOW, PING, PYPL, QTWO, RGEN, RVLV, SNPS, SPLK, WD, WDAY, WORK



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    3. (.5)= 1/2 Position
    4. (2) = Double Position

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    Thanks for the update.

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    'Nuther very good day for your stuff.

    Also, people may have seen an ad called "Financial Melt-Up Major News Isn't Talking About" with a picture of some chick in a pink blouse and dark jacket. It's one of these long-winded presentations designed to get subscriptions to some service. Anyway the featured guaranteed 10X stock given at the very end is TDOC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    'Nuther very good day for your stuff.

    Also, people may have seen an ad called "Financial Melt-Up Major News Isn't Talking About" with a picture of some chick in a pink blouse and dark jacket. It's one of these long-winded presentations designed to get subscriptions to some service. Anyway the featured guaranteed 10X stock given at the very end is TDOC.
    TDOC is one of my favorites. The upside potential is phenomenal, which is why I have a double position.

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    I did a little re-allocation today. I reduced ABMD to 1/2 position, and added a full position to ZM to bring it up to a double position. I still think ABMD has excellent long term potential, but with their recent earnings hit and guidance downgrade, I think it might be a while before they restart their momentum. In deciding where to reallocate/add funds, it came down to ZM and DOCU, the latter of which I currently hold only a 1/2 position. I liked ZMís upside a little more, but Iím still looking at adding to DOCU.

    Current LT positions:
    AAPL, AAXN, ABMD(.5), AMZN, APPN, AYX(2), BIDU, CGNX(.5), DDOG, DOCU(.5), EDIT, EEFT(.5), EPAM, ESTC, ETSY, FB(.5), FICO(.5), FSLY, GH, HUBS(.5), INSP, ISRG, LVGO(.5), LYV, MA(.5), MDB(2), MELI(2), MTCH, NTNX, NVCR, NVDA, OKTA, OLLI(.5), PANW, ROKU, SFIX(.5), SHOP, SMAR, TDOC(2), TEAM(2), TREX(2), TTD(2), TTWO, TWLO, VEEV(2), WIX(.5), ZEN(2), ZM(2), ZS(.5)


    Current LT Candidates:
    ADBE, AMT, APPF, ATVI, BRK/B, CRM, CRSP, GOOG, KNSL, LITE, LOB, MASI, MNST, MSFT, NEE, NOW, PING, PYPL, QTWO, RGEN, RVLV, SNPS, SPLK, WD, WDAY, WORK



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    3. (.5)= 1/2 Position
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    My current list of Stocks for the Long Term also is a list of those I've profited the most from. Some don't stand out as great stocks. Maybe it was dumb luck that I bought them at the right time and held. Some I've owned for over 10 years, most are dividend payers and those reinvested dividends eventually take on a life of their own. In alphabetical order: ABR, AMZN, AWF, CE, CIVB, DSL, HQL, LADR, MA, OHI, PMT, UNH

    ----------------------billy

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