No harsh comments about the dog in the picture as he is a close friend of mine.
June 30 is often a time of reflection for investors and I thought I would sit down and do a quick self-review of the financial year gone by. As promised I went through and just noted the stocks that I have mentioned on the blog previously where I still hold, and picked out the ones that have looked shaky of late as at June 30. Continue reading “DOGS OF THE PORTFOLIO AND A REVIEW OF FY 2017, RECOMMENDED RESEARCH SOURCES.”
As mentioned here last blog post, here is a snapshot of how the stocks I have mentioned this year have gone. Also as discussed in the last blog post, I can’t guarantee I can keep this tracking up as it is a little onerous. I imagine though I will be posting less of my actual trades going forward, so that may assist in at least loosely tracking how stocks discussed have fared. I want to achieve a balance of not coming across as a stock tipster and promoter to follow directly, but at the same make many of my investment thoughts accountable as to their progress. If I never occasionally look back at some of the performance, the blog may lack a bit of purpose. Continue reading “How have the stocks mentioned here fared this year?”
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.
Continue reading “UPDATES ON RMS, NAM, KBC, MEL AND UNDERPERFORMING IN JULY.”
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”