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.
Although I have been living in the UK for one year I started investing in £ only recently. I still think that there are cheaper companies on the Warsaw Stock Exchange but I wanted to diversify my investments. The another reason is the falling GBP/PLN ratio. I have decided that I will not exchange my £ into PLN (Polish currency) while the ratio is below 5.60. This is connected with the possibility of leaving the European Union by the United Kingdom. Till the referendum on June 23, 2016, I do not expect GBP/PLN ratio to go up.Continue reading
I have decided to run a public portfolio of shares on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The portfolio is almost the same as my own portfolio (almost – because I own some stocks which I would not buy now but I do not want to sell them for a current price).
Today I will show you my historical results of my investments on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. I started investing at the beginning of May 2013. My first transaction was buying KGHM Kombinat Gorniczo-Hutniczy Miedzi Polish Copper on May 2, 2013. This company is a symbol of the Warsaw Stock Exchange. It is one of the largest producers of copper and silver in the world.Continue reading
Hello! I have created this blog for sharing and writing about my investments and my road to be financially independent. I have been investing in the stock market for three years. I have also other investments. I will share my buys and sells history and tell about my current investments.
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