So today I have to admit I fell victim to FOMO at the start of the trading day. In my mind I knew that it is very highly unlikely that Tesla would fall 8% two days in a row without a significant pullback yet when pre-market was down 8%, I felt like if I do not sell now, then Tesla would be falling and falling, and maybe it would not recover to anywhere close to $700 thus ruining my plan. […]
This is what my portfolio looks like as of writing this blog post.
When looking at this picture some of you might ask but where is the Tesla short position which is a very good question. The answer is that although it is not directly visible on the pie chart it does appear indirectly. So let me explain. […]
I have been thinking about making this move since the start of December, but I would not dare to do it before the inclusion to S&P 500. My initial fear was that it would fall right after, and then it would be hard to decide if it is a good moment to sell short. To be honest I thought that I would come back to this idea in February after the yearly report in the hopes that it has not fallen too much and the last days I had not thought about it at all.
So what happened?
Today I am planning to wrap up with discussing the first image I shared in my blog. The overview of my portfolio. I will now go through all the positions I am holding to explain why I have them, what are my plans with them etc.
2020 was one horrible year. It wrecked havoc across the globe, ruined peoples lives and in my own life it ruined a lot of plans and chances of achieving goals in many areas of my life but like many others one thing I can not complain about is how it affected my investment portfolio.
As they say “A picture is worth a thousand words” so I will let one start off the conversation.