Austin Lieberman's avatar
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Major Allocation Shift to Growth
I've had about 15% invested in Dividend style companies that have been relatively protected from the recent volatility.

This morning I'm adjusting my allocation to 82% growth and 8% Crypto ($GBTC $ETHE)

Largest positions will be $AMZN $GTLB $TSLA $SNOW

Anyone else making allocation adjustments to/away from growth? What's your rationale?
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New positions $AMZN $GTLB
Added to $TWLO $DOCN $MNDY
All of these look very attractive over the next 5+ years based on expected growth.

Traveling so can’t type a bunch, but “growth” has been indiscriminately crushed and imo there are some good buying opportunities in good companies (emphasize good companies).
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Upcoming Earnings Calendar! (March 14th - 18th)
Earnings season is slowing down, but there are still several very interesting companies reporting next week.

  • $DLO - This company is really interesting. Growing quickly and profitably (28% net profit margin last quarter) while solving a real pain-point for companies.
  • $GTLB - Don't know much about this company, but I've seen a lot of people commenting on it lately so I'll keep an eye out.
  • $S - Extremely expensive cybersecurity stock.
  • $FDX - Not interested in investing in the business, but very interested in their outlook for the supply chain and the impact of higher energy costs.
  • $LEN - Homebuilder. Let's see what their comments are on the supply chain + demand for housing in the US.

What company are you interested in?

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Buy Buy Buy!
Going Long and Longer on some of my high conviction names!

Ask me any questions!
Let me preface this by saying I'm also a $PLTR shareholder and am quite bullish.

After ARK sold out of their position, Brett Winton (research director) mentioned a competitor in the private sector as a key concern. It looks like that competitor may have been a company called Data Walk. Who specifically states they have "Far lower costs than products such as Palantir Gotham" right on their homepage:

One of the reasons for my high conviction in the company has been there (apparent) lack of competition. Does this impact your thesis at all, or do you think the emergence of competitors was inevitable considering the data-driven world we're shifting into?
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Another Drawdown! Another Opportunity!
Stay Strong, Stay long, the businesses we own are still kicking ass!

Selling means you were wrong about their long-term potential!

Sell if you feel fundamentals are weak, not due to price action.

Price is a number, business is true value!

I kinda like $FRSH $PLTR $TWLO $CRWD $TEAM $GTLB $PCOR $VEEV $OKTA at these prices
A great reminder !

“In the short-run, the stock market is a voting machine. Yet, in the long-run, it is a weighing machine.’

$CRWD is definitely one business I need to look more into at moment at this price.
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