Mid January 2022 Portfolio Update

Hi everyone, I did a mid-month video portfolio update at this link here. The start of the year has been tumultuous to say the least, but I have mostly not changed the composition of my portfolio much (with one exception in CRWD). In the video, I discuss the position change, what I hold and why at a general level, investor psychology and strategy, and more.

December 2021 Portfolio Review

Welcome to my thirteenth publicly written portfolio update (and 7th on ExponentialDave.com). My portfolio is up 320% as of writing on 12/31/2021 from when I started tracking my results in January of 2020. This means that, $100 invested in the ExponentialDave portfolio on January 1, 2020 would now be worth $420, which is more than a quadruple (4x). Meanwhile my benchmark, WCLD, is “only” up 99% since January of 2020, and the S&P 500 is up 47% since January 2020. For the period from January 1st, 2021 through 12/31/2021, my portfolio is up 30%, meanwhile WCLD is down 2%, and the S&P 500 is up 29%.

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September 2021 Portfolio Analysis

Welcome to my tenth publicly written portfolio update (and 4th on ExponentialDave.com). My portfolio is up 445% as of writing on 9/19/2021 from when I started tracking my results in January of 2020. This means that, $100 invested in the ExponentialDave portfolio on January 1, 2020 would now be worth $545, which is more than a quintuple (5x). Meanwhile my benchmark, WCLD, is “only” up 135% since January of 2020, and the S&P 500 is only up 37%. For the year 2021 through 9/19/2021, my portfolio is up 68%, meanwhile WCLD is up 17%, and the S&P 500 is up 20%.

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June 2021 Portfolio Analysis

Welcome to my first portfolio update on ExponentialDave.com! This is my seventh publicly written portfolio update in total. My portfolio is up 247% as of writing on 6/15/2021 from when I started tracking my results in January of 2020. Meanwhile my benchmark, WCLD, is “only” up 90% since January of 2020. For the year 2021 until 6/15/2021, my portfolio is up 7% year to date, meanwhile WCLD is down 0.5%.

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High Fiverr(s) All Around

One of the best earnings reports I’ve seen in this earnings season was from Fiverr. This is mainly because they changed growth cohorts. For this year, previously they were guiding for 46%-50% YoY growth, but now they have updated their forecast to 59%-63% YoY growth! For comparison, Crowdstrike, my highest conviction stock, is “only” forecasting growth at 64% for 2021 (but to be totally fair, CRWD hasn’t reported Q1 yet and so will also likely beat/raise their guidance.)

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