My Top 5 Best and Worst Investments

The world of social media is one of glitter and glamor. Everyone shows their portfolio returns when they are positive, and seems to shun them when they are negative. Nothing is new to human nature in this regard. Success sells. I mean, who is going to follow someone who makes bad investment decisions over andContinue reading “My Top 5 Best and Worst Investments”

Portfolio Update: October 2020

There are a lot of ideas on my desk to write blog posts about. Specifically, I want to be able to focus more on in depth stock analyses. Yet, I still want to provide you with updates on what I do with my own portfolio as I believe it is important to show you whatContinue reading “Portfolio Update: October 2020”

Surfing on the Market’s Waves with Flow Traders

Investment Themes: Core Value, Hedge Imagine you have built a stock portfolio over several decades. You already rely on the dividend income provided by the portfolio. Then, the coronavirus happened. Because of the economic disruption your income declines and you will have to find new ways to cover your expenses. What if there was aContinue reading “Surfing on the Market’s Waves with Flow Traders”

SP500 Major League – 2020 Edition

With pride I announce the BeursWolf S&P 500 Major League – 2020 Edition. This is a Twitter contest that is meant to answer one question: which one of the top 64 largest stocks in the S&P 500 will outperform the rest over the next five years? In this post you will find: What this contestContinue reading “SP500 Major League – 2020 Edition”

Amazon: King of the Story Stocks

Everyone has been talking about Amazon for years now. The stock has been one of the prime (pun intended) examples to show that making big losses in the beginning is not a bad thing, because they can turn into huge profits in the long-term. This narrative has been the key reason why small companies makingContinue reading “Amazon: King of the Story Stocks”

Portfolio Update: July 2020

The first time I shared a portfolio update on Twitter, I actually thought it was pretty scary as I felt that I had to defend all my investment decisions. Right now I see the positive side of this process as it incentivizes me to really think about my investment decisions. So here we go forContinue reading “Portfolio Update: July 2020”