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Posted by Martin January 29, 2023

January 2023 $100 Challenge account review

We were selling spreads successfully last month, but we entered a TSLA call spread right before investors started chasing the stock up again. We are now rolling the trade higher, and hopefully, we will be able to get out of the trade. I think a 70%+ run-up is not justified, and we may see a Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 28, 2023

January 2023 HFEA strategy report

New Year’s first month is over, and the leveraged strategy (I still call it HFEA, although it no longer is the strategy) is slowly declining but outperforming SPX; see the charts below. I expect this strategy to perform better when the market improves. Initially, I dedicated $15,000 to this strategy. That represented approx 15% of Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 28, 2023

January 2023 SPX put credit spreads trading review

The last trading month was rolling trades and adjusting the old ones only. We were not opening any new trades at this point. We had many trades that we rolled, and we do not want to add more risk until the old trades are fixed. We use “box” spreads to collect credit and use that Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 28, 2023

January 2023 Investing and Trading Report

I decided to post my monthly investing and trading reports instead of weekly ones. It is too much time-consuming writing about my investments every week, mainly when I also write a newsletter and do research for it. That takes a lot of time. January 2023 was a good month when our portfolio recovered many 2022 Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 08, 2023

2023 Week 01 investing and trading report

The first week of 2023 is over, and the markets started looking promising again. The same could be said about my trading and investing, except that Tasty Works broker sucks at calculating and displaying a correct buying power, so I have no idea whether I had money or not to trade. They have a problem Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 07, 2023

My Goal 2023

The 2022 year was brutal, but I expected it would be difficult to meet our goals. Yet we met them anyway. Not all of them, but those important ones were met. And it is time to set new goals for 2023.   2022 Goal review   Buying dividend growth stocks and monetizing those positions goal Continue reading →