T212 has made a further eight shares fractional, including TREE, which makes up a significant proportion of some of the ETFs, so the recipes above have been updated accordingly. Only one fractional and a handful of stock additions to go…
Got them all on a watchlist, so as soon as I get chance when I see them go fractional, I’ll update the weightings in line with the latest online data. ARKF opened a position in MKTX late last week/early this week and that’s reflected in the recipe above.
Note: I intend to substitute Prosus for Tencent once it’s fractional.
To avoid duplication and save myself some time, I’m going to stop updating these recipes. @treeba has more or less identical recipes which can be found below, just click through to the spreadsheet and the pie links can be found in the first row:
Looks like LSPD has been added, which, by my count at least, leaves only EVGN to go aside from stocks on exchanges that T212 does not yet offer access to. Fingers crossed the updated list below can be made fractional soon!
I’m just holding outside an Isa, so I can include SE etc. I’m only putting a relatively small proportion of my portfolio into the pies; the rest’s in much more boring, much less risky securities held in Isas/Sipps. I’m not in danger of going over the £12k annual capital gains threshold soon, so I use a general investment account and figure it’d be a nice headache to have someday.
A couple of changes today: ARKW bought NET and ARKQ bought RAVN. The former’s good to go, but the latter needs to be made fractional. Updated list
Yeah, think he’s doing it once or twice a week which seems reasonable. When the Ark ETFs buy a new stock, it tends to be less than 0.5% and most of the changes in weight are due to natural market movements, so daily updates would be overkill. Once the above stocks go fractional, it should be easier to maintain.