There are value traps everywhere you look these days. I avoid the temptation to try to grab some of the cheese and instead hunker down in the relative safety of my current holdings.
I sell BGSF and declare an official end to a long and lucrative relationship with micro cap stocks. I look past the current market turbulence and review the portfolio from a more optimistic perspective, with an eye to the next business expansion. I also try to figure out where we stand after the recent market mayhem.
Stock market declines have me singing a cheerier tune and adding four new stocks to the portfolio while one gets squeezed out.
In an effort to clean house and focus in on my highest conviction ideas, I sell Melcor Developments and Casa Systems. I explore the state of the markets, discuss the findings from my latest quarterly review and map out my strategy going forward.
I take advantage of a widening valuation disparity to switch horses, selling my Genesco at a tidy profit and moving that money into Foot Locker.
Lessons learned from a year of crisis and an optimistic look at the road ahead.
A stunning stock market recovery caps a surreal year in the markets and offers me a golden opportunity to take a little risk off the table.
Sold on its merits, I add Omnicom to the fold.