Category: Past Performance

  • OP Income Newsletter Mar +19%, April +9% (Open)

    At OP Income newsletter, the out-performance vs. broader markets continues. For Mar 2014, based on the invested capital (56% of the portfolio), it delivered +19.4% returns. That’s > +10% on the overall portfolio capital. This performance doesn’t include results from OPNExtra! (High risk/ High reward trades) which had a solid run during the month of…

  • OP Income Newsletter Oct +15.3%

    At OP Income newsletter, the out-performance vs. broader markets continues. For Oct 2013, based on the invested capital (40% of the portfolio), it delivered +15.3% returns. That’s > +6% on the overall portfolio capital. This performance doesn’t include results from OPNExtra! (High risk/ High reward trades) which had a solid run during the month of Oct.…

  • Outperformance Continues, OPN Aug +20.5%

    At OP Income newsletter, the out-performance vs. broader markets continues. For Aug 2013, based on the invested capital (60% of the portfolio), it delivered +20.5% returns. That’s > +12% on the overall portfolio capital. And we also warned about the sell-off before it started thus helping members position for the pullback in advance. At OP…

  • OP Income Newsletter Mar 2013 +15.3%

    Aiming to generate twice the SPX returns in 2013. OPNewsletter is very much on track to deliver my personal aim i.e. 2x the SPX returns by the end of 2013.  Jan 2013 was a solid +15.5%, Feb was +2.3% and March was +15.3% on max capital utilization of 36.3% thus effectively yielding +5.58% on the…

  • Outperformance Continues Dec 2012 +23.97% (Closed)

    For the OP Income Newsletter, Dec’2012 portfolios delivered +23.97% on maximum of 27% capital employed based upon OP Capital allocation principles in line with risk/reward. This excludes all the results from OPNExtra! Trades e.g. GOOG (+100%), AAPL (many trades), MCP and many more. If however, a benchmark is chosen with an assumption of 10% per trade, the Dec’12 results…

  • Outperformance Continues, OPNewsletter Nov’12 +10.4%

    During the past few weeks, markets have pulled back sharply resulting into two 90% down days during past 2 weeks (first since Jun’12). The story stock continues to be AAPL which has lost almost $180 billions in market cap since Sep’12 high. For the OP Income Newsletter, Nov’2012 portfolios delivered +10.4% on maximum of 45% capital…