I bought 10 shares of SNH at $20.8 per share in my Traditional IRA (W) account.
I bought 10 shares of SNH at $21.3 per share in my Traditional IRA (W) account.
I have to say the end of Jan. to beginning of Feb. 2014 sale was a good learning experience for me, and I’m grateful that I learned my lessons now rather than later: I was emotionally attached to my winners. The rising market made me complacent of selling my winners. I could have profited much more had I trimmed my winners sooner. I need have an exit plan when buying every stock. When the price reaches my level, I should … Continue reading >>
Last week only 100 shares of my CLMS sell order got executed, left me with 5 shares. Today I sold the rest of the shares for $11.35 per share in my Roth IRA account. Cash relieved $56.75 – Acquisition cost $53.2 = Profit $3.55. I’m lucky that I made money with this stock because I didn’t totally understand the business and its structure. It’s time to pocket the profits and move onto other opportunities.
I sold 100 shares of CLMS for $11.3 per share in my Roth IRA account. Cash relieved $1140.23 – Acquisition cost $1010.56 = Profit $129.67. I have 5 shares at $10.64 per share left in this account.
I’m taking advantage of the rally to unload. I sold 40 shares of SWK for $76.52 per share in my Traditional IRA (W) account. Cash relieved $3060.75 – Acquisition cost $3003.63 = Profit $57.12. I have 60 shares left in this account at 75.09 per share. I sold 40 shares of TGH for $36.5 per share in my Traditional IRA (W) account. Cash relieved $1459.97 – Acquisition cost $1380.6 = Profit $79.37. I have 60 shares left in this account … Continue reading >>
I sold 22 shares of VGR for $17.79 per share in my Roth IRA account. Cash relieved $391.73 – Acquisition cost $329.8 = Profit $61.93. I bought 10 shares of WGL at $35.89 per share in my Traditional IRA (M) account. … Continue reading >>
I sold 20 shares of LTC for $37.87 per share in my Traditional IRA (M) account. Cash relieved $757.39 – Acquisition cost $730 = Profit $27.39. Looks like it will take at least another rally to execute the rest of my sell orders. … Continue reading >>
It’s hard for me to sell winners. If I sell while I still can, I’ll definitely book my cash profits. But if I don’t sell, when the crash comes, all my paper profits will be wiped out, if I’m lucky; if not, it’s very possible to turn into paper losses. Losses from a crash of the same magnitude as last one, i.e., 2009 crash, took years to recover. I’ll still be paid with dividends while holding them, but I will … Continue reading >>
I sold all 113 shares of CMO at $12.54 per share in my Traditional IRA (W) account. This is a good stock, in my opinion. But I bought them at a price that was higher than what I should have. There’s no bad stock, only bad price. I wish I could recall who had said it. It’s so so so so so so True. Cash relieved $1420.08 – Acquisition cost $1401.9 = Profit $18.18. CMO might be on a uptrend, or not, … Continue reading >>