Sunday, March 7, 2021

Portfolio Update

Portfolio update on a weekly basis.

ETHE @ 15,11 (ETHE Daily Chart).
Trend: neutral & downtrending; S/D-S/R: 11,99-22,50 and 8 day EMA resistance.
Position actual:  holding number of shares and still accumulating on a dca or pullback basis.
(anticipated holding period: until Q4 of 2021/2025; most recently bought some shares on 11/15-01-2021).

GBTC @ 43,80 (GBTC Daily Chart).
Trend: neutral & downtrending; S/D-S/R: 28,44-58,22 and 8 day EMA resistance.
Position actual:  holding number of shares and still accumulating on a dca or pullback basis.
(anticipated holding period: until Q4 of 2021/2025; most recently bought some shares on 02/04-03-2021).

SQ @ 216,44 (SQ Daily Chart).
Trend: neutral & downtrending; S/D-S/R: 197,70-283,19 and 8 day EMA resistance.
Position actual: holding number of shares and still accumulating on a dca or pullback basis.
(anticipated holding period: until 2030; most recently bought some shares on 23-11-2020).

TSLA @ 597,95 (TSLA Daily Chart).
Trend: neutral & downtrending; S/D-S/R: 502,49,20-900,40 and 8 day EMA resistance.
Position actual: holding number of shares and still accumulating on a dca or pullback basis.
(anticipated holding period: until 2030; most recently bought some shares on 04/05-03-2021).

I like stocks from innovative and vertically integrated growth companies in the fields of 1) production and consumption of sustainable energy; 2) internet finance (incl. cryptocurrencies) - real estate - advertising; 3) genetics and 4) artificial intelligence - machine learning - deep learning-robotics. The innovation needs to be understandable, likeable, disruptive and defensible. I particularly prefer stocks from aforementioned companies that create ecosystems (a host of related products) around there main product.

Trend is defined by the position of price vis-a-vis the 8 day EMA and 200 day SMA. Trendiness is defined by position of price vis-a-vis the 8 day EMA.

S/D-S/R abbreviates static and dynamic support/resistance levels.

EMA and SMA stand for exponential and simple moving average respectively.

This is not investment advice. Do your own research. Please also read the disclaimer at the bottom of the blog.