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First steps investment portfolio
Expected profitability
40.5%
Current profitability
6.7%
Optimal amount of investment
10 000 USD
Risk
38 %
Investment term
12 months
Whole period
Portfolio indicators
Current profitability
6.7%
Monthly profitability
-1.50%
Current drawdown
3.75%
Maximum drawdown
14.25%
Portfolio formation date
12.10.2021
Portfolio end date
15.10.2022
Description
Review
Strategy
Analysis
Description
The First steps conservative investment portfolio is a low risk portfolio. S&P500 serves as a benchmark for this portfolio yield.The distribution of investments in various stocks alows to mitigate portfolio risks and get a resonable returns
Review
19.05.2022
Gold (XAUUSD) trade was open at $1946.14
18.04.2022
Caterpillar (CAT) stocks were sold with a profit of $170.80
Series of trades with gold (XAUUSD) were made with a profit of $455.29
18.03.2022
Coca-Cola (KO) stocks were sold with a profit of $73
Apple (AAPL) stocks were sold with a profit of $91.6
Series of trades with gold (XAUUSD) were made with a profit of $650.86
Alibaba (BABA) stocks were closed with a loss of $645.6
Dividends from 3M(MMM) and Kimberley-Clark (KMB) recieved in total of $26.5
New trades with gold (XAUUSD) are open at average price of $1939.48
14.02.2022
FaceBook (FB) hit the stop loss and was closed with a loss of $260
Caterpillar (CAT) paid dividends of $8.88
Apple (AAPL) paid dividends of $2.20
Stop-loss on Apple (AAPL) stocks was moved to $153.5
Stop-loss on Coca-Cola (KO) stocks was moved to $58.46
14.01.2022
Kimberly-Clark Corporation (KMB) paid dividends of $11.40
09.12.2021
3M (MMM) paid dividends of $14.80
Coca-Cola (KO) paid dividends of $8.40
16.11.2021
Tesla (TSLA) stocks were sold with a profit of $251.72
AMD (AMD) stocks were sold with a profit of $432.4
Caterpillar (CAT) paid dividends of $8.88
Apple (AAPL) paid dividends of $2.20
11.10.2021
Launch of the portfolio
Strategy
The portfolio is structured on two major types of stocks: stocks of large stable companies that regulary pay dividends, but have no significant growth potential. The second type is growth stocks that have such significant growth potential. And the latter one should become a major driver for portfolio value. Market conditions could cause the change of assets share in portfolio structure.
Analysis
19.05.2022
Portfolio performance: 6.83%
Expected profit: 26%; risk: 0.4%
18.04.2022
Portfolio performance: 8.37%
Expected profit: 20.9%; risk: 3%
18.03.2022
Portfolio performance: 4.46%
Expected profit: 23.0%; risk: 7%
14.02.2022
Portfolio performance: 2.25%
Expected profit: 37.7%; risk: 12%
14.01.2022
Portfolio performance: 10.72%
Expected profit: 42.2%; risk: 23%
09.12.2021
Portfolio performance: 6.73%
Expected profit: 42.2%; risk: 23%
16.11.2021
Portfolio performance: 9.64%
Expected profit: 41.8%; risk: 23%
11.10.2021
Launch of the portfolio
Underlying Asset Information
Kimberly-Clark
Kimberly-Clark
3M
3M
Gold
Gold
Kimberly-Clark
Kimberly-Clark – American multinational personal care corporation that manufactures sanitary paper products and surgical & medical instruments.
• Low volatility
• Sustainable dividends
• Financial sustainability of the Company
3M
3M – American diversified innovation manufacturing conglomerate. The company designs and produces large variety of products and services to satisfy most of the human needs from petrochemicals to house care and car care products, stationaries and healthcare hardware, high-quality innovative dental restoration materials, orthodontic steel brackets with various sputter coating, surgical fabrics.
• Low volatility
• Sustainable dividends
• Diversified business model
• Financial sustainability of the Company
Gold
Gold is historically used as a hedge. In this case it is used as a shock-absorbing asset. When the stock market is falling the presence of gold will cushion it as the gold has negative correlation with other risky assets such as stocks and stock indices
• Hedge asset in the falling stock market
• Significant growth potential compared to U.S. Treasuries
• Long-term upward trend