Reblogged from the augmented trader: This article documents the performance of an actively managed portfolio, StumpGrinder. The portfolio is traded with real money in a brokerage account. The article is updated about weekly, but at least monthly. Read more… 1,228 more words Check out our performance for April 2013
This article documents the performance of an actively managed portfolio, StumpGrinder. The portfolio is traded with real money in a brokerage account. The article is updated about weekly, but at least monthly.
Watch this post each month for updated allocations to each of the ETFs, we’ll keep them all in one place.
We use an elite group of 12 ETFs in the StumpGrinder portfolio.
Follow along as we use quantitative algorithms to manage a real live meat-and-potatoes portfolio of 12 ETFs you’d be happy to have your mom in. We will trade this portfolio monthly in a real account and report the trades and performance of the portfolio.
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A strategy I’ve used in the past for high-tech IPOs. It is simple. keywords: computing for finance, IPO, first day pop
Working through a covered call example I document a covered call trade I’d make (in real time). It requires $34K, and that would be too much of my portfolio to risk at once. But it illustrates a great opportunity.
AAPL Will Drop on Tuesday I was saddened to learn that Steve Jobs is taking another medical leave. However, this provides an investing opportunity — in particular a pairs trade. I’ll enter this trade on Tuesday January 18th, and you can follow the progress right here!