Aug 19th: Quality Portfolio, Questions?
Topic: We have a wide variety of securities based on the specific equity in mind.
I have to sell some positions so I don’t have a 200 (stock, puts, CEF’s, preferred stock, etc) portfolio. Please feel free to ask how I feel about any of our positions.
Microsoft: 5% of portfolio
3% is the normal position of a name I really like
BIG DEAL positions: I’ll be making this easier to understand. Alex indicated one position was too complicated. It was either a $BABA or $ACIA position.
BIG DEAL: I plan to set up some bull put spreads on $YAHOO to buy $YHOO and $BABA calls. I’ll do that this weekend.
I will add some growth names: leadership; stock buyback; dividend preferred not necessary; not the market cap of $AAPL. We have income names and now we need to add growth.
I encourage people to focus on $BABA and $ACIA.
I’ll be adding, on BIG DEAL, to the $YHOO position so we can’t lose money with options.
I may add $YHOO or $BABA common to make an even percentage position.
Please label thestreet.com position within our Micro-Cap subgroup. We’ll sell certain ones on a 50% – 75% type bounce.
2-Highlight Stocks this Week with Great Earnings: Profits Registered and we still Have a Position. With $BABA profits, remember to include those with $YHOO profits.
$BABA: We have done very well with $BABA at this point.
$ACIA: We have 50-shares, at $116, with a protective put. We have made about $1,000 this week on $ACIA.
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