This is a monthly post showing the daily fluctuations of roughly 95% of my portfolio. This is what I would consider my main investment accounts, the others are not worth the time to figure into the equation from a time perspective.
Looking at the month of May, we see that this portion of my portfolio increased overall $27,723.77 for the month, or a gain of $1,260.17 per trading day. Thankfully, this snaps a 3 month losing streak, which I haven’t had in over 2 years.
At the high point in the month, this portfolio was up as much as $38,564.33 on 5/30/2018. The low point was the on 5/2/2018 -$6,346.18 and thankfully the portfolio would never really look back for the month. There was a maximum 3 day losing streak from 5/24 to 5/29 that totaled -$8,861.71. Meanwhile, the best win streak for the month was two 4 day streaks from 5/9 to 5/12 and 5/16 to 5/21 totaling $19,352.91 and $20,701.61 respectively.
Worst losing day was on 5/30 for -$10,840.56. Single biggest gain day occurred on 5/30 at $12,356.16.
Number of days with a loss of greater than $10,000 sits at 1 day. Number of days with gains of greater than $10,000 was just 2.
The range from the low point to the high point of the portfolio for the month was $44,910.51.
The absolute value column is to show the average daily fluctuation the portfolio is experience regardless of a loss. This figure shows each trading day of the month, $4,904.24 was the average absolute daily fluctuation I experienced.
This type of data is just to you how much an all stock portfolio can fluctuate on a daily basis. Compared to April, overall volatility for this portfolio was much lower. Average daily fluctuations were lower my about $2k.
Now for the charts and graphs enjoy…