My portfolio typically holds undervalued U.S. stocks with market values above $50 million. Commodity and/or sector ETFs also may be used in order to take advantage of long-term macro trends.
The portfolio will use traditional valuation metrics like P/E, ROE and Free Cash Flow in order to buy assets that are priced at a discount to intrinsic value. In order to play long-term market trends, the portfolio may also own commodity and/or sector ETFs. In the case of sector ETFs, the portfolio will most likely hold inverse ETFs in order to take advantage of deteriorating sectors.
The portfolio will hold positions for as long as 3-5 years while the price corrects to intrinsic value. It may also own ADRs.
I screen from various value investing web sites as well as commodity related web sites. I also perform stock screens on publicly available web sites. After my initial screen, I will go into further detail by reading any pertinent security fillings.
The portfolio will usually hold 5 to 50 securities, with the greatest allocation to my best overall idea. The maximum allocation to a single idea could be as high as 50%, although this will be for a long-term trade. The level of diversification will depend partly on market conditions, as well.
The portfolio will sell a position when it has reached its intrinsic value or when a better idea is discovered.
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Performance of the portfolio manager's account is calculated by Covestor on a daily time-weighted basis, including cash, dividends and earnings distributions and broker commissions. Manager returns include trades and positions that fail Covestor's trading rules, as a result, actual client returns will differ. Covestor advisory fees are simulated and applied retro-actively to present the portfolio return "net-of-fees".
Average client returns are calculated by Covestor and are composed of the average, time-weighted returns of all active client investments (some of which may contain investment restrictions) to the underlying portfolio. These daily average returns are then linked together for the timeframe presented. These returns include cash, dividends, earnings distributions, brokerage commissions and Covestor advisory fees.
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