It has bee quite a ride in the markets past 6 months. First 4 months most of our stocks were performing really nicely. In the last two months aggregate gains have been almost wiped out.
Our portfolio is currently allocated as follows:
I simply substitute bonds with quality dividend payers in our portfolio.
Geographical Allocation (stocks):
North America 33,6%
Emerging markets 11,9%
Actually, place of incorporation is pretty meaningless for most corporations we have invested in. Most operate and sell globally.
Sector Allocation (stocks):
Information Technology 44,6%
Health Care 8,8%
Oil & Gas Production 8,4%
Communication Service Providers 6,6%
Low Emission Power Generation 5,8%
Mining & Exploration 4,0%
Top 5 positions:
Company/ETF (place of incorporation -- sector) allocation%
Siili Solutions (Finland -- IT) 9,2%
Western Digital (USA -- IT) 6,8%
UPM (Finland -- Other) 6,4%
Micron (USA -- IT) 6,1%
Nokia (Finland -- IT) 5,9%
21,1% of all stock positions are done via ETFs.
None of those positions made it to top 5 though.