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    Last Monday, November 20, WLDN got sold at 25.14, which means a loss of -19.1%. The average closed position is negative at -7.2% for an average holding period of 5.5 months. It was replaced with CTRL, bought @ 33.48, first 5% step @ 35.23.

    The bookkeeping for the week ending Friday 11-24: my portfolio is now +23.5%, beating SPY (16.3%) and IWM (11.9%). QQQ is still in the lead at +27.8%.

    The next stock with the earliest deadline (December 29) is FOXF. FOXF needs to reach 45.26 to stay in. It stands at 38.05, a gain of 14.8% since it was bought.

    Several stocks cleared their next 5% target, some more than once. One week ago ANET, next target 245.51, and 3 stocks this week: LRCX (new target 227.67), MU (52,16) and CTRL (37,55)


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    2017 went out on a whimper. My fund closed at a gain of 13.1%, a shade better than IWM (+13%), but SPY (+19.2%) and QQQ (+27.4) handily beat it. Letís just say: a new year, with new opportunities.

    Today FOXF got sold at 39.30, or a gain of 18.6% in a bit over 7 months. The average closed position is still negative at -3.6% for an average holding period of 5.7 months. FOXF was replaced with CNC, bought @ 105.40, first 5% step @ 110.67.

    The bookkeeping for the week ending Friday 1/5: my portfolio is +4.7% for the (new) year, beating IWM (1.5%), SPY (2.4%) and QQQ 4.0%. A nice start.

    The next stock with the earliest deadline (February 20) is CAI. It needs to reach 39.12 to stay in. It stands at 28.88, a whisker above its buy price.

    No stocks cleared their next 5% target in December.


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    Hope you're OK, my man. Sounds like tough weather over there. Made the news in the USA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Hope you're OK, my man. Sounds like tough weather over there. Made the news in the USA.
    Thank you, Louetta. I am well. I stayed at home and didnít follow the news, so the storm largely passed me by. It was tough, but public life was back to normal already yesterday.
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    Today, January 31, CAI got sold at 29.03, a gain of 1.5%. Wow. The average closed position is still negative at -2.9% for an average holding period of almost 6 months. It was replaced with LGIH, bought @ 68.84, first 5% step @ 72.28.

    The bookkeeping for the week ending Friday 1-26: my portfolio is now +11.3%, beating IWM (+4.7%), SPY (+7.4%) and QQQ (+9.7%).

    There are 3 stocks with a deadline on 2-25: LRCX, MU and CTRL. I will trade one stock maximum each week, so I have time to consider what I will do when they cross that line together.

    Several stocks cleared their next 5% target: one week ago CNC, next target 116.20, and 3 stocks this week: NVDA (new target 255.50), ANET (297.6 and MBUU (34.89)


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    Hey, Karel, Dutch chicks are kicking butt in speedskating. Swept the 3000!

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    They did! And a nice 1500m too. With WŁst winning her 4th gold individual gold medal in four Olympic games!
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    My life is in a bit of a flux right now. Nothing bad, quite the contrary, but my portfolio is suffering. Her is an update:

    As of 3-23, my portfolio is up 8.9% YTD, beating SPY (+2.2%), IWM (+3.7%) and QQQ (+7.6%). Well, it isnít suffering too much, apparently. Perhaps I should stay away even more. 4 stocks have made new 5% or more higher highs (5HH) in the meantime: NVDA, ANET, MU and MBUU. The other 4 stocks havenít made a new 5HH and havenít done so for over 3 months, so they are due for replacement. They are LRCX, FOXF, CAI and CTRL. I will replace them one by one; oldest first. I am busy this week and the next, because of Easter, so that will have to wait.

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    Oops, for my last post I checked the one place that I had not yet updated with the latest replacements. Only LRCX and CTRL were up for replacement, the other two already were gone. Anyway, when I ran the screens too few stocks came up for a new round, so I will just report the result at the close of last week, Friday 6. My portfolio is still up for the year, at +5.4%, and it still beats QQQ (+0.9%), IWM (-0.8%) and SPY (-1.7%).

    And LGIH hit the 5% barrier and now has a target of 76.76.

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