My Investment Holdings – January 2012

My Investment Holdings – January 2012

It’s been a year since I last updated my investment holdings so I figured January every year would be a good time to do this. In general my investments will not change much from year to year as I pretty much only buy stocks and do not sell very often, but I do make changes occasionally or tidy up my holdings so this will be a good place to see what changes have happened in my portfolio in the last year and what my current portfolio allocation looks like based on new investments and individual positions market changes.

In the last year I have actually entirely sold off about 10 stocks. I did have many small positions buying small increments when I had free trades with Zecco and the market was falling so nicely in 2008-2009. When Zecco announced they were getting rid of free trades I decided to use all 10 of mine up and clear out some smaller speculative positions before I transferred my accounts away to TradeKing. I also had a few companies get bought out and have made a few decisions to cull positions I maybe no longer felt as strongly about, but in general it is extremely rare for me to sell a stock.

Looking at my current allocation I feel pretty good about it – in fact I feel like in the last year I have done a good job refining my portfolio to reflect my ever evolving investment philosophy and knowledge base and for the first time I really feel somewhat comfortable that I might know what I am doing (scary scary thought).

My four largest positions are the mutual funds I hold in my 401k, after that I feel very good about my 15 biggest stock investments that account for over a third of my retirement nestegg. If there was one stock that I felt the absolute best about going forward it would definitely be Amazon which is currently my 7th largest position. I just feel that they do so many things right, have so many long term trends going their way, have a visionary leader, and innovative company spirit, and an absolute focus on making their customers happy. I think they will one day dwarf competitors such as Walmart and Apple.

Anyway here is the list 47 total investments, 5 mutual funds, 42 stocks, and a cash position.

119.84%REREX
214.45%VEXMX
311.70%VPMCX
45.52%VBMFX
54.54%EBIX
64.44%BWLD
74.17%AMZN
83.32%PNRA
92.23%UA
102.19%DLB
111.89%SBUX
121.89%QLIK
131.75%BRK-B
141.63%ATVI
151.59%CMG
161.42%NFLX
171.18%WFM
181.07%CASH
190.98%BIP
200.95%GMCR
210.76%IPGP
220.74%INFN
230.73%MKL
240.73%PCAR
250.71%UNH
260.67%QSII
270.67%SINA
280.65%VDE
290.58%EXEL
300.54%VEXPX
310.53%GWR
320.51%DWSN
330.48%AAPL
340.47%MELI
350.43%OTTR
360.40%ACOM
370.39%SNHY
380.38%SAM
390.34%COST
400.34%BAM
410.33%ATW
420.31%IIVI
430.30%LULU
440.30%UNT
450.28%MAKO
460.28%MIDD
470.27%SCCO
480.16%ZIP
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