20170619 investment diaries

I take heavy advise from reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets, so it’s probably all shit and not to be trusted.

NVDA is seeing a bubble and continuous going up. I’m still expecting it to go up, however there is a danger of a major correction for this particular stock. Risk 6.5/10

AAPL had a correction, now is a good time to buy it again. It has lower P/E than SPY (the market), meaning that people don’t expect the company to grow much, it being a single-product company (the iPhone). However, it’s a blue-chip stock with a lot of backing from Buffet, and it’s profitable and the world’s most valuable brand, so I think it’s still good to hold money in it.

NTNX looks promising, it’s at it lowest point ever, a very very very young tech company, i’m expecting growth there.

Boeing (BA), not cheap, but a blue chip expected to grow.

Tech outperforms the overall market, but diversification should still be on, for every portfolio. We saw a dip (correction) last week, however we’re back to ridiculous growth again this week. So we’re expecting corrections but not recessions in short- to medium-term future. We’re looking at some of the best growth in a while (thanks Trump?)

Amazon looks good, not cheap, but well-position to continue its wonderful growth. MSFT is expected to grow at the pace of the market itself.

TSLA did great, will continue being where it is for a while.

MU looks good and gets a lot of attention on /r/wallstreetbets.

As a reminder, statistically market dips end of the week (Fridays), performs well Mon-Wed, even though this pattern isn’t particularly useful for medium- and long-term investing.

Business Canvas Model

So I presented The Personal MBA book to Jose at the Universidad Externado, and he liked it and mentioned this other model: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_Model_Canvas

Business Model Canvas is a strategic management and lean startup template for developing new or documenting existing business models. It is a visual chart with elements describing a firm’s or product’s value proposition, infrastructure, customers, and finances. It assists firms in aligning their activities by illustrating potential trade-offs.


He mentioned that it majorly boils down to having an unfair advantage: what makes this business, or this business model, better than the competition? (Because if nothing, it’s not worth pursuing.)