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$8.4m follower assets
5 Thursday Additions and 2 New Positions
I added to my core 34 position in $GLBE but also made secondary purchases in $COIN and $W since the markets have throttled them.

I also started new watchlist positions in $IDXX and $DXCM.

Last but not least, I bought some $DOCN and $LTCH for my daughter's account. Technically, DigitalOcean is one of my core 34 holdings, but it was for her account today.

Over time, I will continue adding to Global-e Online as its position needs to grow. Coinbase and Wayfair may get one more tiny purchasing round, but much farther down the road.

Idexx Labs and Dexcom fascinate me, so I just wanted to remember them.
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April 2022 Bloodbath - Names Down >30% Since April 1
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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I think it's time to buy the dip on $FSLY
Considering how poorly the stock has performed, the fundamentals are still good. Investors need to remember that the company is still in its growth stage and is continuing to invest heavily in sales. Right now, people are comfortable with their centralized cloud infrastructure services and many are hesitant about moving onto edge computing.

$FSLY is an edge computing platform that relies a lot on developers for adding utility to it. So far, the company has a couple of well-known clients like $SHOP $CRM $SPOT $NEWR $MSFT $ALK $BKNG $W $LYV and more.

Looking at Fastly's business model, while their revenues are subscription-based, many of their clients upgrade their subscriptions because they need more services to maintain their online presence. That in of itself is a big reason to remain long Fastly.

Furthermore, in their latest earnings report, there were a couple of good metrics:
  • The trailing 12-month net retention rate (NRR LTM) increased to 118% in the fourth quarter from 114% in the third quarter.
  • Dollar-Based Net Expansion Rate (DBNER) increased to 121% in the fourth quarter from 118% in the third quarter.
  • Annual Revenue Retention (ARR) was 99.2% in 2021 compared to 99.3% in 2020 showcasing world-class customer retention and revenue expansion.

If you want more clarification on those metrics, read here.

I admit, the company has seen its growth slow drastically. That's mainly why the stock has fallen out of favor with growth investors. During its high-flying days, the stock was trading at nosebleed valuations. Now, the valuations are. showing that $FSLY investors can start to reap a margin of safety.

What are your thoughts on Fastly? Do you think they'll rebound sooner or later?
Upcoming Earnings Calendar (Feb 21th - 25th)
Hey guys! Here's the upcoming earnings calendar! Several very interesting reports coming up. Here's what I'll be looking forward to.

  • $MELI - How much did inflation impact their logistics margins?
  • $SQ - Cash App Users and Revenue Growth
  • $COIN - I think they will deliver a monster quarter. Crypto volatility should incentivize trading, driving commissions revenue above forecast.

If you'd like an easier way to track earnings dates, you can automatically sync your portfolio's earning dates to your personal calendar with just a couple of clicks here.




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Upcoming Earnings Calendar! (Nov 1-5)
Hey guys! Here's next week's earnings calendar! Several very interesting companies set to report earnings. Here's the one's I'm most excited about and why:

  • $APPS: any sign of iOS ad dollars shifting to android (Digital Turbine's revenues are mostly from android).
  • $Z: an update on the real estate market and iBuying
  • $LYFT and $UBER: is mobility in the US back to pre-pandemic levels?
  • $COIN metrics on the NFT market.
  • $PENN and $DKNG update on the mobile sports betting market.
  • $ATVI number of Call of Duty Warzone players. The last reported number was 100MM.
  • $CRSR: comments on the supply chain issues they're experiencing.
  • $MELI: update on the Brazilian e-commerce market. Relevant for $SE's expansion.
Comment below which earnings report you are looking forward to the most!
Friendly reminder: you can automatically sync your portfolio's earning dates to your personal calendar with just a couple of clicks here.





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Eric Pelnik's avatar
$266.8m follower assets
Earnings this week
📞 Which calls are you most excited about?

Monday, May 3rd
$APPF AppFolio
$CAR Avis Budget Group
$IRBT iRobot
$CHGG Chegg
$EL Estee Lauder
$ZI ZoomInfo Technologies
$MELI Mercadolibre

Tuesday, May 4th
$ATVI Activision Blizzard
$UAA Under Armour
$APO Apollo Global Management
$AKAM Akamai Technologies
$AYX Alteryx
$WMG Warner Music Group
$CVS CVS Health
$MPC Marathon Petroleum
$MCFE Mcafee Corp
$TRI Thomson Reuters
$D Dominion Energy
$ESPR Esperion Therapeutics
$ZG Zillow Group
$SPCE Virgin Galactic
$MTCH Match Group
$LYFT Lyft
$PFE Pfizer
$UPWK Upwork
$SPT Sprout Social
$WYNN Wynn Resorts

Wednesday, May 5th
$TUP Tupperware Brands
$BKNG Booking Holdings
$SMG Scotts Miracle-Gro
$RDFN Redfin
$GM General Motors
$ELY Callaway Golf
$ETSY Etsy
$FSLY Fastly
$GDDY GoDaddy
$HUBS HubSpot
$PYPL PayPal
$TWLO Twilio
$ZNGA Zynga

Thursday, May 6th
$APRN Blue Apron
$TWST Twist Bioscience
$BYND Beyond Meat
$BL BlackLine
$MNST Monster Beverage
$CVNA Carvana
$NET Cloudflare
$DDOG Datadog
$DBX Dropbox
$EXPE Expedia
$EB Eventbrite
$FVRR Fiverr
$FNF Fidelity
$FNKO Funko
$GRPN Groupon
$MHK Mohawk
$W Wayfair
$SHAK Shake Shack
$PZZA Papa John's
$YELP Yelp
$MRNA Moderna
$SQ Square
$PTON Peloton
$ROKU Roku

Friday, May 7th
$CNK Cinemark
$DKNG Draftkings

Sources: Business Insider, Google Finance, and Yahoo Finance
Very excited for Peloton. Especially to see if they announce any new products and how their guidance over the next year looks
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The "Happy Husband, Happy Life" Portfolio ;)
This is a playful take on by @zm1

Reading what he wrote, I realized that almost word-for-word, I could have written the exact same memo, merely substituting "husband" for "wife," and swapping out pronouns etc. So I did :)

Everything below are his words exactly, with only substitutions for husband/wife, him/her, he/she. Any other changes are bold. It's funny but it's also 100% true!


Today on Commonstock I came across a memo by @zm1 that made me stop and think. He was writing about constructing his wife's portfolio, and wanted to ensure he was picking businesses that she knew. It made me wonder, "am I the only one doing the same for my husband?"

My husband is a rock star--he's a super dad, prudent psychologist, and member of multiple professional leadership teams--but he doesn't know the first thing about investing. He knows I love it, so he lets me do it for him. In his portfolio, are only businesses he knows. ... I want him to feel invested in the businesses that he owns. I would argue it's hard to do that for businesses you don't really know. Another thing about my husband is that he's more risk averse than I am—another reason why knowing his investments will help during large drawdowns.

To help him feel good about my investing journey, I've come up with a portfolio of stocks I'm calling the "Happy Husband, Happy Life" Portfolio.* The goals are:
  • Outsized returns relative to low-cost S&P 500 index fund
  • Within my husband's circle of competence and within his "best vision of our future" (shout-out David Gardner, The Motley Fool)
  • 0% that he needs to "take my word for" **(although he takes my word on everything ;)**
  • Not too many stocks but not too few
  • 1 year minimum holding period

***Note: I never actually named mine - any ideas?? :)**
**These are holdings, in alphabetical order:**

--> Anyone else do stuff like this, or is it just me and Zach?? (big smile emoji)

This is totally relatable but in my particular case, I'm actually doing this with my 7 year old son! Each morning he knows I do "Finance" and of course he sees notifications on my phone. It may be a set alert, but he was finally curious, so I took the opportunity to explain the basic of stocks to him. I then proceeded to ask him what companies he would like to invest in with his money that he has received from birthdays or Christmas. Asked him to invest in the things he loves and what he's passionate about.

Here was his initial list not knowing that all companies are not publicly traded, but I think it's hilarious and worth sharing:

Lego (Private)- Loves all thing Lego related
In-n-out (Private) - Favorite Burger Joint
Chick Fil A (Private) - Favorite Chicken Strips
Barnes and Nobles $BNED - Loves reading
Subaru $FUJHY - Favorite car is WRX

It was a good opportunity to explain the difference between private versus publicly held! Hope you all enjoyed this as much as I did doing this with him!
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