Institutional Ownership — Fundamentals

  Current Cash Position YTD Return Annualized Return Return Since Inception
Portfolio 0.04% 127.91% 25.72% 2770.35%
S&P 500   18.50% 7.98% 211.33%
Difference   +109.41% +17.74% +2,559.02%

Symbol Entry Date Entry Price Last Price % Profit
AMZN $3,120.43 $3,311.42 +6.12%
ANGI $12.59 $13.25 +5.24%
CDXC $6.55 $6.83 +4.27%
EOLS $7.69 $7.75 +0.78%
ERII $20.40 $19.88 -2.55%
ET $9.94 $10.04 +1.01%
LEVI $25.69 $25.00 -2.69%
MOGO $4.32 $5.20 +20.37%
NCLH $25.75 $27.08 +5.17%
ORGO $11.34 $11.34 0.00%
REYN $30.20 $28.00 -7.28%
SAVA $51.19 $54.00 +5.49%
TEN $13.52 $14.93 +10.43%
TTD $72.35 $77.41 +6.99%

This series is based upon a particular fundamental or fundamentals. Screens in this particular series are much more complex than the Sector and Industries series. Some of the portfolios in this series have more than thirty rules. This model is based on Institutional Ownership. Institutions control a lot of money and can move a stock price up or down simply by buying or selling a stock. Here we screen for companies where the institutions have bought into, their belief that a stock will rise can be self-fulfilling.  After our initial screening process we then place the qualifying stocks into our Growth-Quality-Value ranking algorithm to find what we consider to be the top ranked stocks. These stocks are then placed into our technically based momentum algorithmic program which triggers buying and selling points; when a stock’s resistance or support level is broken then a buy (broken-resistance) or sell (broken-support) signal is created and a trade is signaled. We then execute the signaled trade on the first trading day of the week. Occasionally, we will replace “non-active” stocks with the current highest ranked stock using the same method as described above.