First week after the UK’s EU referendum, WSE wallet – week 27/06/2016 – 03/07/2016

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During the week 27/06/2016 – 03/07/2016, the value of carefully selected stocks went up +2.05% versus WIG20 return -1.42% and WIG -0.04%.

My investment wallet in £ is getting even better. The portfolio unit value changed +10.61%. This is a proof how proper diversification can give us good earnings even when some unexpected events happen.

WSE wallet -total return:                       +5.03%

Week 27/06/2016 – 03/07/2016               +2.05%

Week 20/06/2016 – 26/06/2016               +1.23%

Week 13/06/2016 – 19/06/2016                -3.76%

Week 06/06/2016 – 12/06/2016                -0.03%

Week 30/05/2016 – 05/06/2016                -1.90%

Week 23/05/2016 – 29/05/2016                +3.33%

Week 16/05/2016 – 22/05/2016                +1.54%

Week 09/05/2016 – 15/05/2016                +1.71%

Week 02/05/2016 – 08/05/2016                -1.05%

Week 25/04/2016 – 01/05/2016                -2.81%

Week 18/04/2016 – 24/04/2016                +1.26%

Week 11/04/2016 – 17/04/2016                +0.04%

Week 04/04/2016 – 10/04/2016                +2.74%

Week 28/03/2016 – 03/04/2016                +0.85%

Total return:

+5.03% – WSE wallet 

-7.18% – WIG – Warszawski Indeks Giełdowy (Warsaw Stock Exchange Index)

-10.93% – WIG20

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