This is my finale report on my Virgin portfolio project. Everything must come to an end eventually. I made a four figure profit and I am happy.
This is the May 2018 update the the Virgin Portfolio Fund by Dr Alex Koh. A leverage fund used by 0% credit card rates in times of low rates. 36 months to grow the leverage funds.
MooMooCoo Virgin Portfolio Feb 2018 update. Latest trades and benchmark
Welcome back to MooMooCoo.com. Happy New Year 2018 to all the readers. I would like to begin the year with a new update on the Virgin Portfolio project. For new readers you can go to the project introduction post here. As always, for more details about the portfolio breakdown please sign up to my monthly email newsletter for more details and they are completely free!
Another update from the virgin portfolio fund. November 2017
There have been a mix signals in the summer of 2017 with North Korea threats, sell-off in US stocks, EU stock rise and fall, UK economy losing ground and Japan stocks gaining momentum. Since July 2017, Virgin portfolio have gain about 5% overall, which is gaining the tech losses from early summer.
It has been difficult trying to own defensive shares for this year (2017) as it is ‘bull’ market with greater than 25 PE ratio for most popular shares on the FTSE. I am not venturing into the US defensive shares because they are too expensive to own at my intended portfolio budget for any dividend reinvestment.
Virgin Portfolio [VP] Current Top 3 yielding shares, and next two shares to watch for 2017. [June 2017]
Company Profit % Holdings % Purchase Price Date NetFlix Inc 93.81% 16% $86.00 12th May 2016 Apple Inc 80.48% 15.00% $89.88 12th May 2016 Microsoft Corp 52.74% 11.80% $51.00 22nd April 2016 Netflix & Apple @ 12th May 2016 It was 1800hrs UK time, while I was walking towards my car with Bloomberg news on…