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+13.77% (+18.37% including change of GBP/PLN ratio) from the start of running public portfolio, WSE wallet – week 18/07/2016 – 24/07/2016

During the week 18/07/2016 – 24/07/2016, the value of carefully selected stocks went up 4.58% versus WIG20 return 1.91% and WIG 2.20%. As we see, the wallet has beaten the market again and the result +4.58% is currently the best weekly result of this portfolio.

+13.77% (+18.37% including change of GBP/PLN ratio) is the return from the start of running a public portfolio of shares on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. During this time (less than 4 months) ratio British currency / Polish currency – GBP/PLN has changed from 5.41 to 5.20.Continue reading

Finally after the UK’s EU referendum, WSE wallet – week 20/06/2016 – 26/06/2016

During the week 20/06/2016 – 26/06/2016, the value of carefully selected stocks went up +1.23% versus WIG20 return +0.87% and WIG +0.37%.

Congratulations to British people for taking a brave decision. I will not give my opinions on this topic because it is not a political blog but I want to say that I know that it is always difficult to change something even when we are not happy with our current situation. Continue reading

Results of 3 whole years of investing on the WSE – my real wallet

Like I was writing in the post published one and a half month ago – I hoped that the situation on the stock market will be good also in April – for this post see link below:
Results of 3 years investing on the Warsaw Stock Exchange

It was not like that in general. From that time till the end of April WIG went down -2.81%, WIG20 went down -5.06% but my private wallet went up 3.08%. It is what I call “to beat the market nicely”.
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11 BIT STUDIOS (11B) sold

Today I will show you my last transaction from my real wallet on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.

I had stocks of 11 Bit Studios SA (11B). 11 Bit is a game developer company based in Warsaw, Poland. They are renowned for a game “This War of Mine” which was released in 2014 and was a great success for such a small company.

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