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Quarterly Portfolio Report – Q2 2019

Quarterly Portfolio Report – Q2 2019

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USD rate used: 1 USD = 0.8795 EUR

Total portfolio worth

The second quarter of 2019 is coming to a close. It’s been an interesting ride. All of my (trading) accounts had a dip in May but quickly recovered to levels close to the end of the previous quarter, thanks to the 7,000 EUR deposit I made. Thanks to this, I have another nice net worth increase. Finally, my journey towards my own home is picking up speed and I will elaborate more on it soon! Look forward to that.

Let’s have a look at what I’ve gained this last quarter.

As mentioned, my net worth increased again compared to the last quarter. My ETF’s perform well, but my individual stocks lost a bit.  Luckily my (small) cryptocurrency wallet almost completely recovered and my forex account also made a nice recovery. Unfortunately, the account has a large drawdown (DD) so it’s possible that in my next quarter I will be lower again. Time will tell!

Thanks to all of the above, I can look at a net worth growth of 16% this quarter.
To be clear, this includes deposits but not my debit account.

QuarterAmount (€)QoQ (%)QoQ (€)
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Money saving for the future.

Personal portfolio overview

EUR stocks

Thanks to a good recovery in May, my portfolio reached 1.195% which is a slight drop from 2,14%.
I now have a total personal portfolio of 25,298.73 EUR (incl. cash).

This is in part thanks to the new deposit of 7,000 EUR and new stock and share purchases. In the end, I left 57.63 EUR in cash.

SymbolDescriptionSectorQuantityClose PriceCost BasisCurrent ValueUnrealized Profit/Loss% Gain/Loss
AEDAEDIFICAReal estate2283,901676.741845.80169.0610,08
AED.DIVAEDIFICA – unlisted couponReal estate202.3846.7747.600.831.77
CSEMUSISHARES MSCI EMU SML-C ACC ETFBroad3196.38606.78589.14-17.64-2.91
SXR1ISHARES CORE MSCI PACIF X-JP ETFBroad10137.421173.471374.20200.7317.11
DX2JX MSCI EUROPE SMALL CAP ETFBroad2042.81861.98856.20-5.79 -0.67
CSSX5EISHARES CORE EURO STOXX 50 ETFBroad3111.58311.57334.7423.177.44
HOMIHOME INVEST BELGIUMFinancials899.00702.83792.0089.1712.69
IUS3ISHARES S&P SMALL CAP 600Broad4055.972268.462238.80-29.66-1.31
KINKINEPOLISConsumer Cyclicals2548.001356.701200-156.69-11.55
RBOTISHARES AUTOMATION&ROBOTIC-A ETFBroad1576.641014.481042.4828.002.76
SBIOINVESCO NASDAQ BIOTECH ETFBroad3030.43923.30912.90-10.40-1.13
SPYDSPDR US dividend aristocratsBroad4348.792042.132097.9755.842.73
SXR8Ishares Core S&P500 UCITSBroad14254.163366.923558.24191.325.68
UBIUBISOFT ENTERTAINMENTTechnology1168.84990.41757.24-233.17-23.54
XLVSSource HLTH care S&P US SECTBroad7363.822452.532546.7494.213.84

USD stocks

The below table contains my stocks denominated in USD. Since the currency rate fluctuates daily, it impacts the total portfolio wealth counter. To keep it simple I will use the rate applicable at the time of writing every quarter (give or take a day). You can find the rate used at the top of this page.

Just like my euro stocks this quarter, my dollar-based stocks recovered nicely though they are still in red.
Coming from -19,88% I made a strong recover to -5.32%. In other words I gained 19.88 – 5.32 = 14,56%.

SymbolDescriptionSectorQuantityClose PriceCost BasisCurrent ValueUnrealized Profit/Loss% Gain/Loss
BABAAlibaba Group HoldingCommunications5169.45832.89847.2514.361.72
CSKRISHARES MSCI KOREA USD ACCBroad5143.70887.58718.50-169.08-19.05
IBBISHARES NASDAQ BIOTECHNOLOGYBroad5109.10518.34545.5027.165.24
IEMAISHARES MSCI Emerging Markets ACCBroad2833.671030.58942.76-87.82-8.52
NVDANVIDIA CORPTechnology4164.23803.81656.92-146.89-18.27

Actively managed portfolio

My portfolio at Beobank containing actively managed funds keeps growing at a steady pace.
The previous return was 10.27% and thanks to a strong Q2, I reached 13.09%. So, a nice 2.82% gain this quarter.

Important to note is that I had 421.03 EUR in cash remaining on this account and I withdrew that to my checkings account. Since I didn’t count this as an expense it, of course, won’t be countered by taking it back as an income. It will have a minimal impact on my net portfolio worth.