November “unlucky” 7th: Ed’s Daily Portfolio Summary   4 comments

The good news: I beat the indexes. Now for the bad news:

BIDU: -2.74 to $147.35 ( -1.83% , -4.94% overall)– bought at $155.00
GNW: -0.48 to $13.77 ( -3.37% , 46.96% overall)– bought at $9.37
IAU: -0.10 to $12.68 ( -0.78% , -2.16% overall)– bought at $12.96
MSFT: -0.68 to $37.50 ( -1.78% , 12.11% overall)– bought at $33.45
NDZ: -0.06 to $8.26 ( -0.72% , -4.51% overall)– bought at $8.65
NNVC: -0.06 to $5.30 ( -1.12% , 108.66% overall)– bought at $2.54
PVCT: 0.01 to $0.83 ( 1.22% , -10.75% overall)– bought at $0.93
TC: -0.06 to $3.18 ( -1.85% , -3.93% overall)– bought at $3.31
YHOO: -0.77 to $32.11 ( -2.34% , 19.46% overall)– bought at $26.88

OVERALL: -0.84%

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Posted November 7, 2013 by edmcgon in Open Thread, Portfolio

4 responses to “November “unlucky” 7th: Ed’s Daily Portfolio Summary

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  1. Ed, I’m glad your upro worked out! I’d say your timing couldn’t have been better! So B wave top was yesterday was today C wave bottom? Today’s pull back puts us in the correct area. I understand that a wave 5 can be met with higher risk and dramatic swings.
    Trader, Thank you for posting. Learning Elliot wave wave c should hold?? A 3 to 5% pull back starting now well it shouldn’t happen? If any signs of a pull back even to the 1720 area S&P I’ll sell more longs.
    I need to watch that Russell 2k little closer at least I know 40% of my 401k took a bath today.

    • Thanks Bill. When I saw the GDP report, and the market’s positive reaction, my first thought was “that’s wrong”. Trading with the Fed in mind seems to help. Then when I saw the market dropping, I thought it could go down for the rest of the day, so it was time to pick up SPXU. When it stopped dropping, I decided to just take what the market was giving me on SPXU. Even with the daytrading profits, it wasn’t enough to outweigh the rest of my portfolio dropping like a bag of kittens in a lake.

  2. Ed, you really need to cease and desist with the animal metaphors. I take it you don’t have any family pets.

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