Monthly Archives: January 2017

Half Year Portfolio Review H2 2016

Half Year Portfolio Review H2 2016

In the second half of 2016, I spent very little time on my portfolio. It’s one of the benefits of having a value strategy buying good companies, that you can mostly forget about them. At the start of the half, I was 49% in cash, so I expected to underperform the market by quite a margin. I was pleasantly surprised that my portfolio was up 13.9% in the half, versus 15.1% for the FTSE all share tracker and 8.3% for the S&P tracker.read more

More portfolio changes – 2 positions sold

More portfolio changes – 2 positions sold

Still cleaning up my portfolio after a year of not paying much attention to it. I sold HOS:US and BXP:LN last week, and opened a new position in Cambria Automobiles ($CAMB:LN) which brings my portfolio cash up to 46%. A full post on CAMB:LN will follow later next week.read more

Portfolio change – $SAGCV sold

Portfolio change – $SAGCV sold

An update on a sold position $SAGCV as well as some additional thoughts on one of my holdings, $ESH:SP. A full portfolio update and 2016 performance report will be following in the next week or two.read more


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