One of the highest leverage activities – if not THE highest leverage activity – that investors should focus on is to organize their routines, analysis and portfolios in a manner that maximizes tradeable opportunities. Some investors will bump about for decades before they achieve a system that effectively analyzes the markets and identifies the best high probability trades. The major benefit of reviewing the Tensile Trading ChartPack is that it will literally jump-start your organizational paradigm and save you years of trial and error.
This update is the fourth since we released the Tensile Trading ChartPack (note all ChartPacks include free updates for one year), and I must admit that my own trading has profited in unexpected ways. For example, the simple routine of systematically reviewing each and every one of the 40 Fidelity Select Sector Funds to identify the equities that this Wall Street powerhouse has purchased and sold over the past quarter continues to yield tradeable insights.
In this update, Fidelity portfolios GR-420-12 through GR-420-88 show all the new equities Fidelity accumulated over the past three months for all 40 Select Sector Funds.
For your ease of use, new equity additions to their top 10 holdings are starred with double asterisks (**) next to their names. The previous quarter’s new purchases were starred with a single asterik (*).
It is my opinion that all investors, regardless of skill level, would profit immensely from an analysis of stocks both purchased and sold by the mighty Fidelity portfolio managers. By reviewing the last quarter’s activity or months April 1st through June 30, 2014,
the charts literally teach you how Fidelity executes accumulation buying campaigns and distribution selling campaigns.
I would encourage you to do your own analysis of the stocks that are double starred (**), but I will share ten of my own observations. Make the effort and you’ll find the lessons and insights of real value.
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