Copiers and Followers Update – WEEK 03 (January 13th to January 19th)
Hello, how are you all?
Another week in green for the portfolio, surpassing the market, performing the 3 main Wall Street indices. The portfolio is in its fifth consecutive bullish week. For the week, the portfolio rose +2.41%.
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(Seeking Alpha) Stocks drifted higher on Friday to extend a strong weekly performance that saw the three major market indexes rise to record highs amid strong global economic data and a solid start to the earnings season. Market sentiment was strengthened by strong U.S. housing data, as the Commerce Department reported home builders broke ground on new homes at the highest rate in 13 years during December, and as China’s industrial production climbed +6.9% last month, the fastest pace of expansion in nine months. For the week, the Dow $DIA $DJ30 rose +1.8%, the S&P500 $SPY $SPX500 climbed nearly +2% and the Nasdaq $QQQ $NSDQ100 rallied +2.3%.
Here is the detailed weekly income of the positions that make up the portfolio:
$RH +7.11% (upcoming earnings announce on 03-27-20)
$SHOP +5.99% (upcoming earnings announce on 02-13-20)
$MA +4.01% (upcoming earnings announce on 01-29-20)
$PAYC +3.73% (upcoming earnings announce on 02-04-20)
$MSFT +3.57% (upcoming earnings announce on 01-29-20)
$GOOG +3.54% (upcoming earnings announce on 02-03-20)
$EDU +3.53% (earnings reported 01-20-20)
$LULU +2.73% (upcoming earnings announce on 03-24-20)
$AAPL +2.71% (upcoming earnings announce on 01-28-20)
$FB +1.87% (upcoming earnings announce on 01-29-20)
$TTD +1.15% (upcoming earnings announce on 02-14-20)
$SEDG +0.22% (upcoming earnings announce on 02-07-20)
$OLED -1.48% (upcoming earnings announce on 02-21-20)
$CDW -3.87% (upcoming earnings announce on 02-07-20)
There was no change in the portfolio this week.
Stocks/ETFs on my radar and that interest me: $MTCH $MELI $ROKU $CYBR $CMG $AMZN $UI $TSLA $DOCU $MASI $NOC $TWTR $OKTA $MDB $PYPL $TEAM $VALE $PBR $ITUB $STNE $V $TDG $WIX $CDNS $HEI $COUP $ZS $TLT and $XLU .
Notable earnings reports: Ameritrade $AMTD , UBS Group $UBS , Halliburton $HAL , Netflix $NFLX , IBM $IBM , Capital One Financial $COF , United Airlines $UAL on January 21; Abbott Laboratories $ABT , Johnson & Johnson $JNJ and Texas Instruments $TXN on January 22; Southwest Airlines $LUV , Travelers Companies $TRV , Kimberly-Clark $KMB , Union Pacific $UNP , JetBlue $JBLU and E*Trade Financial $ETFC , American Airlines $AAL , Comcast $CMCSA on January 23; Synchrony Financial $SYF and American Express $AXP on Janury 24.
Microsoft $MSFT threw down the climate change gauntlet to its big corporate rivals with plans to launch a $1B fund encouraging the development of new carbon reduction and removal technologies. The company pledged to be carbon negative by 2030, and by 2050 will remove enough carbon to make up for the emissions and electrical consumption since its founding in 1975. “If the last decade has taught us anything, it’s that technology built without these principles can do more harm than good,” CEO Satya Nadella said at a media event.
Despite heightened regulatory scrutiny, Big Tech is bigger than ever before. Alphabet $GOOG became the fourth U.S. technology company to reach the $1T market cap level on Thursday, following Apple $AAPL , Microsoft $MSFT and Amazon $AMZN , which has since slipped back to about $930B. FAAAM is replacing FAANG? Adding Facebook $FB into the group, the five most valuable U.S. tech companies are now worth a massive $5.2T, accounting for over 17% of the S&P500.
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