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My Portfolio Performance Q1 2021


  • The first quarter of 2021 was outstanding since many portfolio positions jumped significantly.
  • The portfolio gained 62.94%, which is a record increase since the inception in 2013.
  • GameStop, Lenovo, Turtle Beach, Ford, and Ferrexpo lead the rise as undervalued stocks were discovered again and a short squeeze happened in GameStop.

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1. Positions as of 3/31/2021

My portfolio is divided into two sections: 1) long-term holdings and 2) special situations.

1) Long-term Holdings:

Company Ticker First Purchase Holding Period in Months Performance in Q1 '21 (Including

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Investing in European, Asian and American stocks since 2013 with focus on value/low PE/low CAPE/low PB and low PCF stocks with a safe and stable dividend. Portfolio performance since inception: 2013: +30.3%, 2014: +23.1%, 2015: -4.6% 2016: +12.7% 2017: +3.4%; 2018: -7.4 %; 2019: +24.6% 2020: -3.2% 2021: +87.5%Total return (2013- now): +273.4 %

Analyst’s Disclosure: I am/we are long BACHF, BMWYY, CHNG, BP, FEEXF, FRTAF, OGZPY, LNVGY, LUKOY, LYB, RNSDF, SJR, SCGLF, TAUKF. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from Seeking Alpha). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.

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