Portfolio review May 2023
Indonesian consumer stocks are rallying but the real value is in China. Estimated reading time: 29 minutes
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May’s portfolio performance was strong, with the portfolio value rising another +4.2% month-on-month. The portfolio is now up +26.4% since inception in October 2021, equivalent to an IRR of +15.7%.
I’ve started selling shares in two Japanese names, using them as funding sources for Chinese consumer and Asia travel recovery bets. These are the themes I am most excited about.
Meanwhile, with the weakening US and European economies, I’m considering hedging the portfolio by buying government bonds. I’m also considering reducing my exposure to commodities.
The portfolio performance has been decent, rising another +4.2% month-on-month in May and is now +26.4% since inception in October 2021, equivalent to an IRR of +15.7%.
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