Buying a Jan 15, 2020 Call at the 125 Strike price for $7.85. Looking for resistance around $127.50 & $138 while getting over 90 days till expiration to compensate for the volatility due to the presidential election.
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Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital Inc (HASI)
I was looking to get into a REIT with strong growth potential and found one with HASI. Although HASI has experience strong gains since the covid era it has a Beta of 1.8 so it may be more volatile than most. Currently it has an 2.97% dividend that pays quarterly which has experienced growth over the past year. Looking for a possible add above $47.
Iron Mountain (IRM)
The first REIT I invested in. I never had a significant investment in it because it was hard to maintain it's price over $30. What attracted me to this REIT was it's 8.76% dividend which has been growing over the last 10 years but with it's instability I'll more than likely sell my position at $29 and reinvest it into QYLD.
For the sake of diversification I took a look at investing into the consumer discretionary sector and found RCII. With a far amount of growth and value mixed in one I started a position around $27 and looking to hold being that margin of safety is 8.7% with a intrinsic value of $37.69 (current price is $34.60) as calculated by the TD Ameritrade's Intrinsic Value Calculator
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Following the market downturn on 09/02/2020, Apple found strong support around $110 so I took a long position around $106 and scaled into it averaging my holding around $110. I may scale in with a bit further depending how the stock trends after the Iphone event on 10/13/2020.
Applied Materials (AMAT)
I'm not going to lie, this one hurt.
I got into AMAT as a value stock around $62 in August and slowly started scaling into a position. After earnings AMAT sold off, had a big run up on September the 2nd along with the rest of the market and dropped like a stone during the market downturn on September the 3rd. Now that the stock is back above $64 I ran it back through TD Ameritrade's Intrinsic Value Calculator and these are the results:
With an intrinsic value of $83.98 it still has plenty of upside so I'm looking to add to this position when it breaks $66 and another possible add at $68.50.
Amkor Technology (AMKR)
Another value stock (semi-conductor) that wasn't able to hold his value after earnings but it fared slightly better than AMAT before it's earning runup recovering most of it's loses. What attracted me to this stock was that it had a decent amount of Intrinsic Value and after doing another calculation with TD Ameritrade's Intrinsic Value Calculator it's still holding it value.
I'm keeping an eye on it after it breaks resistance around $13 looking to add to my position around a break of $14.