2:40 p.m. New York time
I’ve entered an additional stock position, in SEM, to fill the position held by FRTA, which I exited today. I bought SEM for a debit of 24.33 per share.
11:40 a.m. New York time
In stocks, today’s focus portfolio is Value, and I entered three positions. I also exited one position each from Momentum and Robotics as they no longer qualified.
- Value Portfolio
- BRY, for a $6.98 debit per share.
- OVV, a $16.79 debit.
- SANM, a $33.23 debit.
- Momentum Portfolio
- FRTA, a two-day whipsaw, for a credit of $13.71 per share, down 61 cents from the entry price, producing a 4.3% loss over two days for a -777% annual rate. There was no obvious news to explain the drop.
- Robotics Portfolio
- ADSK, a $199.49 credit, up $3.11 from entry, producing a 1.6% return over one day for a 579% annual rate.
- TSM, a $57.11 debit.
By Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, January 29, 2020
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