Within this article you will find a weekly summary of the 6 BullDude’s Portfolios that are in the testing phase (6 months):
- Mid / Large – Cap Portfolio
- Small – Cap Portfolio
- IPOs Portfolio
- Tech Stars Portfolio
- Growing Business Data Portfolio
- Greater Strength Portfolio
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Very positive week for all 6 BullDude’s portfolios. Among the best of the week the “IPOs” portfolio, up by 8.49%, clearly outperforming the benchmark (S&P 500, + 1.82%), the “Small Cap” portfolio, up by 6.43%, exceeding the + 5% of the benchmark ( Russell 2000) and the “Tech Stars” portfolio up + 3.50% outperforming the Nasdaq by more than 1%. The worst portfolio of the week was “Growing Business” slightly underperforming the benchmark (S&P 500) by 0.45%.
In the table for each of the 6 portfolios you will find the week performance (Portfolio) and the benchmark (S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 or Russell 2000). In addition, in the “Weekly Alpha” column you will find the difference between the performance of each portfolio and the benchmark to immediately see who outperformed or underperformed the relevant benchmark. Below are the details of all portfolios.
You can find all the daily buying and selling operations in the article “BullDude’s Portfolios: Daily Transactions” which is published in the category “Portfolios”
Below for each of the 6 BullDude’s Portfolios you will find the “Current Holdings” screen which contains the positions currently open in the portfolio, indicating for each the size in dollars (and the weight as a percentage of the total portfolio) and the profit / loss (%) since it was opened. Furthermore, the percentage not invested (liquidity) is indicated.
In addition, there is another screen containing the following 4 types of information:
*all-time performance refers to the start of the test phase (31 August 2020). Only the “Tech Stars” portfolio started the testing phase about 1 month later (28 September 2020).
*profit and loss data refer to all open and closed positions
“Mid / Large-Cap” Portfolio
Risk Level: Medium
Benchmark: S&P 500 index
The “Mid / Large-Cap” portfolio will only contain companies with a market capitalization of more than $ 5 billion, with no limitations in terms of industry or sector.