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  • fizrwinnr11 fizrwinnr11 Jan 1, 2013 2:46 PM Flag

    Combined portfolios update

    12/31/11 - 731,195 Year-end 2011 close - reduced to 681,195 on 3/16/12

    01/04 - 748,465 - 2012 valuation low

    01/25 - 791,055
    02/06 - 769,960

    03/16 - 848,340

    03/16 - 798,340 - reduce maligned banks portfolio by 50,000

    03/30 - 828,440
    04/13 - 788,920
    04/27 - 846,025
    06/04 - 735,030
    06/29 - 852,565
    07/11 - 824,315
    07/19 - 893,280
    07/25 - 863,690
    10/18 1,004,540
    11/06 - 967,595 - Election Day
    11/15 - 902,360
    12/14 - 981,070
    12/18 1,005,710 - 2012 adjusted valuation high
    12/21 - 976,690
    12/28 - 961,995
    12/31 - 976,100


    Up 42.2%. 2012 Combined portfolio gains to date - based on gains (net of interest) of 291,905 on average daily balance of 691,600
    Up 37.9%. 2012 Combined portfolio gains including an extra 90K in denominator for PFE portfolio naked put margin
    Up 13.4%. 2012 S & P gains to date (1,258 to 1,426)


    Note: In 2011 in a completely flat market, I achieved startling gains of 58%. Then this year on the expanded portfolio, I earned a return of over 42%. From the end of 2010 through the end of 2012, every $100,000 has turned into $225,000 whereas every $100,000 invested in the S & P 500 is now worth about $118,000 after dividends. My options strategies truly are superior and I consider myself to be one of the very best percentage wealth creators in the nation. Really now, how many others have earned returns of 58% and then 42% the last two years in sizable portfolios?

    Sentiment: Buy

 
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