This will be the top twenty rated shares that I have worked out using a computer program made by me that has shown an average profit of 20% per year including dividends in the last twenty years. I have no financial needs and am doing this purely for fun. Investing technique is to stake 5% in each share and sell the biggest gainer if another share needs topping up or another share enters the top twenty by a large percentage. I normally top up in two stages but realise that it would be awkward to recommend, so I will just give Buy,Top up and Sell. I will give an update each week. Feb 1st 2010. RBS Buy YELL Buy TW Buy HOME Buy PUB Buy HMV Buy SHI Buy LOG Buy ETI Buy BDEV Buy NFDS Buy BARC Buy NEX Buy LLOY Buy KESA Buy LII Buy MAN Buy FCPT Buy SGRO Buy DSGI Buy
The dealing I have shown this week is only a guide as not everyone buys the shares at the same time. I have allowed a small amount for stamp and dealing charges but as I will not be including dividends this should be a fair estimate. As you can see I have traded the shares that go out of the top twenty but hold or sell half of the ones near the top. YELL for example will now be held after taking a good profit. If you are not already in then today is a good day to buy as I will not be changing the top twenty by much.
A rather eventful first week with YELL starting as the worst and finishing way out in front. After allowing for the 1.3% profit taken in cash the week finished 1.8% down compared to the All Share that was down 2.36%. I will work out the top twenty for next week later on.
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