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Real Estate Summary for Week ending 6/3/22
Summary of my Real Estate activities for the week.

M1 Finance - 37 buys this week


Posted a loss this week on this REIT portfolio as 'Fat Cat Investing' is currently DOWN 1.59% for the week but still UP 2.62% overall since inception.

Concreit - received my weekly dividend payment of $0.1292 on deposits of $101.19 (including DRIP).

Both are a part of my ongoing "Real Estate Rumble"

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Stock Buys - Tuesday 5/3/22
My stock buys for today, doing some more DCA while the market is down. Mostly Dividend stocks with the odd growth stock thrown in.

$SMG- this is one of my 'picks and shovels' cannabis plays, unfortunately it's been taking a beating, DCA down
$SCHH - DCA down on this REIT ETF
$LTC - DCA down on this REIT
$JACK - DCA down
$OTLY - DCA down (way down) from IPO purchase

Going to keep an eye on my trackers see what pops up throughout the day.
+1 for $SMG. Been holding and adding since early 2017. Hawthorne's recent struggles are a little concerning but even $GRWG is struggling so it seems to be industry-wide, not Hawthorne specific.
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Portfolio End of November '21
(descending order)

stocks
$YSN.DE $EPSIL.AT $EVO $KSPI $META $AMZN $ST5.DE $U $ENTER $GOOG $INPST $M8G $MYNA $NUMND $APM.DE $TRMR $KAMBI $BKNG $LVC $NTNX $SEYE $MBR $TCEHY $NVDA $BABA $SE

New: $MBR
Sold: $GRVY $BICO $NGMS $FAA

crypto
$ETH $BTC $LTC $YGG $ENJIN $ADA $IOTA $DOT

+ wikifolio (ISIN: DE000LS9L8H9)
Love the $ETH exposure. Need to research YSN and EPSI. I'll be interested to see if regulation impacts META or AMZN at all this coming year.
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Let's talk about the losers!!! 😭
We often talk about only winners, and to the audience, it probably seems like every stock is gonna go up. And, when we disclose about our losing stock - we end up giving reasons behind the fall and make it up saying oh I'll add because of conviction. But, we proudly show the winning stocks and rarely show the losing stock. I have been guilty of it.

What I can bet is no investor in the world has ever been green on all of their stocks. I am pretty sure they have closed at least one security on red.

I love being transparent, showing ups and downs, showing not all plays will be profitable and the goal is to offset losers with bigger winners.

List of my losing stocks:

I am significantly down on $LTC, $BTI, and $UL with 13%, 7%, and 7% down respectively. I am also down in the range of 4%-2% on stocks like $AGNC, $MMM, $ABBV, and $BEN. My recent purchases in the income fund ($NUSI, $QYLD, and $JEPI) have incurred an unrealized loss of over 1%. My total loss is $6,450.

I however am lucky to have gained significantly in other stocks like $U (+54%), $COST (+23.73%), $MSFT (+23.27%), $JPM, $STAG, $WM, $AAPL, $NRZ (+20% to +15%).

The game plan:
The game plan is to not incur a loss in the portfolio even if there are few red stocks. So, that's what I am doing right now. That's what I am doing as the well total gain is around $35,796.04, the net profit being $ 29,345.67. The gain from the top three gainers ($+7,392.80) offsets all of the losses of $6,450.
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