The idea for this lazy portfolio experiment was for it to track a portfolio that required little thinking and tinkering. In keeping up with the lazy theme I shall try and make this post relatively brief (well only in comparison to my last blog post anyway), as it is nearing Christmas and time for a break! To those who are not familiar with this hypothetical portfolio experiment, here is a link to the background for how it started.Continue reading “LAZY 2020 ASX LIC BASED PORTFOLIO – & reflecting on 2019”
It is approaching that time of year where I am looking forward to some lazy time having a beer or two whilst watching the Boxing Day Test Match on TV. I thought it was also worth discussing how a lazier way of investing can work. One that involves its fair share of ASX Listed Investment Companies (LICs). Continue reading “LAZY 2019 LIC BASED PORTFOLIO. – thanks to Sharesight discount offer.”
I just placed this blog post via editing an older update. I didn’t necessarily want this going out to subscribers as an email as I don’t want to imply I am getting certain precise investment returns (some will see these as poor, others good).
For example they are only a portion of my ideas, this assumes equal weightings, what new position replaces a previous one? I may have made errors, the list goes on! I figure it’s better than nothing though and without some type of reflecting back on performance, the blog can become dull.
The purpose is to make sure I follow up any stocks I mentioned I was holding. There are enough investors out there on the internet only talking about the winners and forgetting about the losers. Hopefully this section prevents that.
RMS – RMS has been a hold all year on the blog from the low 20 cents area and recently halted the hot run in the share price it had to hit above 60 cents, by making a placement to institutions at 50 cents despite being cash rich and to the shock of most pundits.
My last post on performance as I mentioned probably over stated how things were going and seemed to jinx things as a lot of those stocks are down since! Continue reading “Performance – part 2”
As I mentioned the blog was a bit disorganised it also made me wonder about how the stocks I have mentioned that I have owned have done. What I decided to do here is first note the price of the stock either when I purchased as disclosed here, or the price when I posted some comments on a stock I was holding. Continue reading “Blog performance”