Thursday, 3 July 2014

Week of 2014 JL 03

IWM rose by 1.3% this week, while my account rose by 1.8%.  The loss-floor has fallen to -9.4%.

US markets: closed on Friday this week due to Independence Day.

End of week allocations:

108% equities, 30% silver, 21% cash
% gain
size
Max loss
Sym  Buy  Fri  Mon  Tue  Wed  Thu  Fri Beg   End
 
URTY JN05 +1.3 15 +1.5 15 +2.0 16 +1.8 15 +2.0 16 -0.9 +0.0
AGQ JN17 +1.7 15 +1.8 15 +1.7 15 +1.9 15 +1.8 15 +0.4 +0.5
ATML JN30 +0.2 14 +0.3 14 +0.3 14 +0.4 14 -0.9 -0.8
FRED JN30 +0.1 13 +0.1 13 -0.0 13 +0.2 13 -0.5 -1.1
TNA JN30 +0.0 11 +0.4 11 +0.2 11 +0.4 11 -0.7 -0.1
IWM   +2.8   +3.2   +4.2   +3.4   +4.1   
me -5.0 -4.4 -3.5 -3.8 -3.2
floor -8.4 -10.4 -9.8 -9.4 -9.4

URTY: SMA(s) stopped flattening and has now gone notably positive again, without ever going negative, so no sale this week.  Stop price is now (barely) positive.  Looking good, or at least okay.

AGQ: Doing great!

FRED: I really don’t like how the TRIX-based model will drop its stop-price if there haven’t been any new highs for a while.

TNA: Looks like the stop-price will not go to positive territory until next Tuesday — but then it will go to +0.2.

Stock-trading robot

Ticker
Symbol
Buy dateBuy priceSell dateSell priceAcct Profit
ModelActualMAModelActual M  A  M  A 
UWM JN 02 09:30 (Skipped) $80.29 (Not yet)
URTY JN 05 13:00 $83.73 $83.50 (Not yet)
AGQ JN 17 JN 17 13:47 $62.15 $62.79 (Not yet)
ATML JN 30 09:30 $9.23 (Not yet)
FRED JL 01 09:30 JN 30 09:51 $15.30 $15.18 (Not yet)
TNA JN 30 13:00 $80.70 $80.73 (Not yet)

UWM: Still wishing I had bought this.

ATML: Bought it back for slightly more than was sold for. 

FRED: Sold in March for $18.13, bought it back for much less!  Due to some wobble in the pricing data, SMA(q) is now calculated as having been slightly negative last Friday, while at the time it was ever-so-slightly positive (enough for a “Buy” signal).

YHOO: There was a “Buy” signal for Thursday, but I didn’t bother submitting the order and indeed the limit would not have been reached.  No “Buy” for next Monday.

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