Samuel Meciar's avatar
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Portfolio changes - update 10
Hello friends, I got an update for you, now with a rounded number

I decided to sell $AFRM + $PAYC, and here's my thinking:

  • I get a pretty decent exposure to $AFRM anyways through $SHOP, not only are they a sole processor for Shop Pay installments but are also invested in $AFRM, own about 7% of the shares (Class A+B combined)
  • I recognize the power of $SQ's Afterpay in combination with CApp and Square after I watched Block's Investor Day, it's just one well put ecosystem. Afterpay is also a bit larger in terms of GMV and has superior margins.

My overall plan is to just add to $SQ and $SHOP and chill.

When it comes to $PAYC I recognize the power of Square Payroll and HR solutions in combination with the whole ecosystem especially as they move more into Mid market, that's going to be interesting. Therefore it just makes sense for me to consolidate here.

I'm also selling $ZI $DOCN, no specific reason really, just want to move my capital into my highest conviction names.

Instead I went on a buying spree and got some $QCOM $RBLX $TWLO $SQ $SHOP $COUR $FVRR $HIMS $ADBE and $COIN.

Wrapping up, all $AFRM $DOCN $PAYC $ZI are great companies in my view, but like I said, it makes sense for me to consolidate, especially as I favor optionality over specialization at this point in time, while still maintaining an exposure to those players/spaces without further fragmentation.
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Sold all RBLX
7.95% GAIN
at $32.50
Sold $RBLX
Realized I got a little too tech heavy buying up stocks in this down market and decided to take some profit on $RBLX gain the last couple days - will decide where to redeploy this capital next week.
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Next week $RBLX and $U earnings coming up. More positive on Unity, but both will probably tank anyways. I’ll continue buying 😋
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April 2022 was one of the worst market months of all time. In fact, it was the worst since October 2008. Here are 100 stocks down >30% since April 1:


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Going to have to look this over - already placed trades for $NFLX, $COIN, $CHWY earlier today. Also added some $WRBY.
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What are we buying tomorrow?
I am dollar cost averaging the following:


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It's like shootin' fish in a barrel!
...or Dollar Cost Averaging in a down market, whatever :)

My stock buys for today was heavy on growth stocks


$RIVN - $79.43 consensus price target. DCA down from the IPO. I mean, why not, it is a whole lot easier for me to DCA down at this point than it is for poor Amazon with their reported loss of $7.6 billion so far. Yikes...

$HNST - $7.46 consensus price target. DCA down from the IPO.

$RBLX - $59.65 consensus price target. DCA down from the IPO.


$ABEV - $3.50 consensus price target. DCA down from previous buys. " - Ambev SA reported on Thursday first quarter earnings that beat analysts' forecasts and revenue that topped expectations."

$IIPR - $268.17 consensus price target. Innovative Industrial Properties is another one of my 'picks and shovels' cannabis plays. DCA down from previous buys. This REIT is focused on specialized properties leased to state-license operators of regulated cannabis facilities.
My favorite is to DCA up. It means my company has been doing great and performing how I wanted it to!

DCAing down is good too though lol
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