I did my weekly reshuffling and I am proud to announce that I fucking massacred the SPY for the 10th week out of the past 11. My picks, which are now picked exclusively by my computer brain in Exodus, surged ahead by 1.95% for the week — led by magnanimity in NVDA and PYPL. I actually booked profits in NVDA this week, in spite of its stellar performance because the algorithms said there was something better in tech now.
It’s worth mentioning, mega cap stocks were higher by 1.5% this week and small caps only +0.37%.
In other words, if you’re buying small caps now, you’re playing yourself.
This week’s changes were minimal. I did sell out of my last piece of TLT, which means my equity exposure is now 80%. The cash is a constant — set aside for macro oversold calls.
My feelings on the market are irrelevant. This is the best thing that I’ve ever done with my money — taking out bias and emotion — letting the numbers speak for themselves. While gut instincts and intuition play an important role in investment success, more often than not it’s an impediment.
Is it not?
Look, the whole reason why I stood out of stocks heading into the election was because of an implied political risk. I assumed that if Trump got elected, markets would dive. WRONG. My thesis had worked, up until the point it didn’t. Then stubbornness and emotions took over and the rest is history.
With this quantitative method, all of my rules and disciplines are in place. I merely need to accept what my cold, emotionless, computer brain tells me and execute the trades.
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