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    If you want to see another interesting recent IPO, take a look at SDGR. Citron Research is really in love with this stock as a long. They apparently sell physics-based software to the pharma market that can be used to research novel molecules for use in drug development. That makes them unique because theyíre not tied to any single drug or set of drugs which means they get broad exposure across the entire pharma industry. The one thing that gives me pause is their growth story, which has certainly been good, but not spectacular. Think Iíll add it to my watch list and keep an eye on it at the very least.

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    Thought the current situation might provide an entry to BRK-B. Down 9.5% recently while SPY is down 12.1%. Buffett said in his Monday CNBC interview that they should outperform in a bear market so there's a tad of a safety net.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Thought the current situation might provide an entry to BRK-B. Down 9.5% recently while SPY is down 12.1%. Buffett said in his Monday CNBC interview that they should outperform in a bear market so there's a tad of a safety net.
    BRK-B is one that Iíve had my eye on for a while for an entry, and itís certainly looking more attractive at current levels. If he means that BRK-B will lose less money than the indices, however, Iím not in for that. That sounds like something my Schwab broker would sell me. ďAs you can see, this fund only lost 23% in value while the S&P dropped 34%.Ē 😉 I like to be net positive at all times, if at all possible, but itís very difficult in a long term bear market. In a short term bear market, it pays to just wait for the bottom and then buy on the way back up. You get great entries that way, like I did in December, 2018 after that short term bear market. AMT, BRK-B and MSFT are three stocks in particular, Iíd love to get good entries into.

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    Default Feb 28, 2020 Portfolio & Watchlist

    I did quite a bit of trading this morning, creeping my way back into the market. I will be doing more trading in the days to come provided the market doesnít make a another leg down, in which case I will be fastening my seatbelt since I have a healthy stake again.

    Louetta, I joined you with a half position in SPCE. Itís an intriguing and I thought Iíd take a half position to get some skin in the game.

    Here are my latest positions and newest watchlist:

    Current LT Positions:
    AAPL, ANET, AYX, CGNX(.5), DDOG, DOCU, EDIT, ETSY, FICO(.5), INSP, LYV, MDB, MSFT, NVDA, SDGR(.5), SHOP, SPCE(.5), TTD, ZM, ZS(.5)

    Current LT Watchlist:
    AAXN, ABMD, ADBE, AMT, AMZN, APPF, APPN, ATVI, BIDU, BILI, BRK/B, BZUN, CRM, CRNC, CRSP, CRWD, DAVA, EEFT, EPAM, ESTC, EVBG, EXPI, FB, FLGT, FRPT, FSLY, FVRR, GH, HCAT, HQY, HUBS, IIPR, ISRG, KNSL, LITE, LVGO, MA, MDLA, MELI, MNST, MTCH, NEE, NTNX, NVCR, NVTA, OKTA, OLLI, PANW, PING, PYPL, QTWO, RDFN, RGEN, ROKU, RVLV, SFIX, SMAR, SPLK, SQ, SWAV, TDOC, TEAM, TLRA, TREX, TSLA, TTWO, TWLO, VEEV, WIX, WORK, ZEN


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    Default March 2, 2020 Portfolio & Watchlist

    I added quite a few positions today, which put me about 2/3 in. Iíll be slowing down now as I (anxiously) await the next moves by the market. A few of the stocks I own. Have earnings coming up and I wanted to be in them beforehand. Weíll see how it pans out.

    Here are my latest positions and newest watchlist:

    Current LT Positions:
    AAPL, AAXN, AMT, ANET, APPN, AYX, CGNX(.5), CRM(.5), CRWD(.5), DDOG, DOCU, EDIT, EEFT(.5), ETSY, FICO(.5), FLGT(.5), IIPR(.5), INSP, ISRG, LVGO(.5), LYV, MA(.5), MDB, MELI, MSFT(.5), MTCH, NVCR, NVDA, NVTA, OKTA, PING(.5), RDFN(.5), SDGR(.5), SHOP, SMAR, SPCE(.5), TDOC, TEAM, TTD, TWLO, VEEV, WD(.5), WIX(.5), ZEN, ZM, ZS(.5)

    Current LT Watchlist:
    ABMD, ADBE, AMZN, APPF, ATVI, BIDU, BILI, BRK/B, BZUN, CRNC, CRSP, DAVA, EPAM, ESTC, EVBG, EXPI, FB, FRPT, FSLY, FVRR, GH, HCAT, HQY, HUBS, KNSL, LITE, MDLA, MNST, NEE, NTNX, OLLI, PANW, PYPL, QTWO, RGEN, ROKU, RVLV, SFIX, SPLK, SQ, SWAV, TLRA, TREX, TSLA, TTWO, WORK

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    Bought GM, about a three year low for the stock. Pays 5%, dividend well covered by earnings, $1.52 against $4.57 or close to those numbers. Reading articles, they are making a pretty good push into affordable EVs. Figure to hold forever.

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    Default March 3, 2020 Portfolio & Watchlist

    I opened a few more positions and added to others today. I also somehow omitted FSLY which I opened on Feb 28th. Iíve added it to the list. Here are my latest positions and newest watchlist:

    Current LT Positions:
    AAPL, AAXN, AMT, ANET, APPN, AYX, CGNX(.5), CRM(.5), CRWD(.5), DDOG, DOCU, EDIT, EEFT(.5), ETSY, FICO(.5), FLGT(.5), FRPT(.5), FSLY, IIPR(.5), INSP, ISRG, LVGO(.5), LYV, MA(.5), MDB, MDLA(.5), MELI, MSFT(.5), MTCH, NVCR, NVDA, NVTA, OKTA, PING(.5), RDFN(.5), RGEN(.5), SDGR(.5), SHOP, SMAR, SPCE(.5), TDOC, TEAM, TREX, TTD(2), TWLO, VEEV(2), WD(.5), WIX(.5), ZEN(2), ZM, ZS(.5)

    Current LT Watchlist:
    ABMD, ADBE, AMZN, APPF, ATVI, BIDU, BILI, BRK/B, BZUN, COUP, CRNC, CRSP, DAVA, EPAM, EQIX, ESTC, EVBG, EXPI, FB, FVRR, GH, HCAT, HQY, HUBS, KNSL, LITE, MASI, MNST, NEE, NTNX, OLLI, PANW, PAYC, PYPL, QTWO, ROKU, RVLV, SFIX, SPLK, SQ, SWAV, TLRA, TSLA, TTWO, V, WORK

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    Hadn't noticed WD before. Interesting choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Hadn't noticed WD before. Interesting choice.
    I have been tracking WD off and on now for about a year as it drops in and out of my watchlist. It has been a bit of a spectacular growth story, which is what initially brought it up on my scans. Since their IPO in 2010, revenue has expanded at a spectacular annualized rate of 25%. I opened a position because I like the long term up churn of its chart and the fact that, like many recent stocks, it pulled back hard to a strong area of support on the daily. I also like the fact that it gives me a bit of diversification as I am always heavy with tech stocks (inevitable if you chase growth like I do). This makes my second foray into real estate this round along with RDFN. I am a little more excited about RDFN, which has a unique business model, but WD is a steady earner and you can always use a few of those in your portfolio.

    I also took on a few speculative, big upside positions too, most notably a personal favorite, MDLA. I have some slight reservations about the sustainability of their business since they are a 20 year old business that has take a while for them to home in on and refine their product and business model. I really like their unique product, however, and they seem to be executing as their quarterly revenue growth since going public has been excellent.

    On a final note, please join me, if you have a mind to, in praying for the victims of the CoronaVirus. This is a deeply troubling infestation that is rocking the lives of a lot of people.

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    A few more updates today, mostly doubling down on a few positions. Here are my latest positions and newest watchlist:

    Current LT Positions:
    AAPL, AAXN, AMT, ANET, APPN(2), AYX(2), CGNX(.5), CRM(.5), CRWD(.5), DDOG, DOCU, EDIT, EEFT(.5), ETSY, FICO(.5), FLGT(.5), FRPT(.5), FSLY, IIPR(.5), INSP, ISRG, LVGO(.5), LYV, MA(.5), MDB, MDLA(.5), MELI(2), MSFT(.5), MTCH, NVCR, NVDA, NVTA, OKTA, PING(.5), RDFN(.5), RGEN(.5), SDGR(.5), SHOP, SMAR, SPCE(.5), TDOC, TEAM, TREX, TTD(2), TTWO, TWLO, VEEV(2), WD(.5), WIX(.5), WORK, ZEN(2), ZM, ZS(.5)

    Current LT Watchlist:
    ABMD, ADBE, AMZN, APPF, ATVI, BIDU, BILI, BKNG, BRK/B, BZUN, COUP, CRNC, CRSP, DAVA, EPAM, EQIX, ESTC, EVBG, EXPI, FB, FVRR, GH, HCAT, HQY, HUBS, KNSL, LITE, MASI, MNST, NEE, NTNX, OLLI, PANW, PAYC, PYPL, QTWO, ROKU, RVLV, SFIX, SPLK, SQ, SWAV, TLRA, TSLA, V

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