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Digital Social Life Portfolio

The Digital Social Life portfolio was developed for investors with high volatility tolerance seeking a long-term portfolio with high growth potential.

  • Volatility* N/A%
  • Growth Potential** N/A%
  • Income Potential*** 5.52%

At least 1 year of public data required to calculate information above.  Some stocks in portfolio have not been public for at least 1 year.

Data as of 01/17/2021

Steps to Creating This Portfolio

1. We scanned for securities in the Electronic Gaming, Entertainment, and Internet Content industries.

2. We ranked the companies based on fundamental analysis selecting the top 16 stocks.

3. We weighted the portfolio based on stocks discount to future value using the price-to-earnings ratio.

Number of Holdings

16 stocks

Portfolio Management

Portfolio rebalanced daily to maintain weighting.  Portfolio not actively managed.  Account management offered to all clients on an annual basis at client’s discretion.

 

Industries Weighting
Consumer Electronics 8.00%
Electronic Gaming & Multimedia 32.00%
Entertainment 22.00%
Internet Content & Information 38.00%

 

 

1-Quarter 1-year 3-year (annualized) 5 year (annualized)
22.32% N/A N/A N/A

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Footnotes:

* Volatility is a measure of price fluctuation when compared to S&P 500 Index.  Portfolio 52-week percentage change divided by S&P 500 Index 52-week percentage change.  50% represents volatility equal to S&P 500 Index, greater than 50% represents volatility greater than S&P 500 Index, and less than 50% represents volatility less than S&P 500 Index.

** Growth potential is a measure potential growth based on 1-year performance when compared to S&P 500 Index. Portfolio 1-year portfolio percentage change divided by S&P 500 Index 1-year portfolio percentage change.  50% represents growth potential equal to S&P 500 Index, greater than 50% represents growth potential greater than S&P 500 Index, and less than 50% represents growth potential less than S&P 500 Index.

*** Income potential is a measure of potential dividend yield based on current dividend yield when compared to the S&P 500 Index. Portfolio dividend yield percentage divided by S&P 500 Index dividend yield percentage.  50% represents income potential equal to S&P 500 Index, greater than 50% represents income potential greater than S&P 500 Index, and less than 50% represents income potential less than S&P 500 Index.

Contact

Phone: (424) 253-6486

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craig@greenfinancialsolutions.net

 

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