Seems like the year flew by but then you step back and remember Brexit, the endless election debates (primary and general), Syria, many terrorist attacks around the world, riots/cop tensions in the US, etc. Not to mention the wild up and downs in the stock market. I did mostly dip buying and holding onto my long-term Revolution Stock winners/core positions and did some trimming/reducing of longs after big rallies — all of which was hard to do. The question is — what’s the hardest trade to make right now? Buying more? Shorting? Sitting on cash?
I’ve not rushed into taking profits on our $NVDA long which is now up like 250% from where we were scaling into it back in April and May. But, partly because it’s a very hard trade to make, I think it’s time to trim another 10% of the position here, which is what I’m doing today, just out of discipline, locking in some profits.
I also have a new name I’m adding to the portfolio today too — putting the finishing touches on the article, so stay tuned for that.
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