Mar 21

Weekly Review of open positions 03/21/2015

This week we had a nice upward trend with the majority of stocks reaching brand new highs. We exited long $DPS and $DD . We entered long $SABR and $DGX, both getting off to a good start, up, which is what we like to see.

Current Charts of open positions.  Click here

Current charts of closed positions. Click here.

 

SUMMARY AS OF 03/21/2015       
OPEN POSITIONS:- Total 15:  13 winners,2 losers. Average win +16.1 %, average loss 39.5 %.
CLOSED POSITIONS:- Total 49: 24 winners,25 losers. Average win +12.7 %, average loss 8.8 %.
ALL POSITIONS SINCE INCEPTION (2/24/2014)  
Total 64: 34 winners, 30 losers 53 % win . The average win is +15.1 %, the average loss 9.9%.
OPEN POSITIONS AS AT 03/14/2015    
Position Opened Closed % loss % gain
Long $NQ 3/24/14   -77.6  
Long $MDT 1/27/15      3.7
Long $MNST 10/7/14     48.5
Long $ROST 10/15/14     39.5
Long $TSCO 1/2/15     11.0
Long $BSX 1/6/15     29.3
Long $ABC 1/9/15     22.4
Long $AET 1/20/15     17.3
Long $AVGO 1/29/15     28.1
Long $ZTS 2/17/15     4.1
Long $WM 2/26/15     0
Long $CVS 2/27/15   -0.5  
Long $NVDA 3/11/15     1.7
Long $DGX 3/16/15     3.8
Long $SABR 3/18/15     3.3
         
         
         
         
      -78.1 209

 

 

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