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AYA Personal Investment Vitae as of August 2020
Joseph Corr @Joseph Corr
Platinum member since January 2017

Location: United States

Gender: Male

Asset investment style: Qualitative fundamental analysis

Market capitalization:

$40,847talents

Virtual portfolio value:

$2,193,719talents

Net overall return per annum:

24.30%

AYA current rank order:

#18

Asset investment philosophy:
Joseph Corr trades U.S. stocks with the top #301 to #500 positive alpha signals.

Top 10 profitable stock transactions since January 2020Strategy

Symbol Company Buy Sell Share Volume Return (%) Profit ($)
RMBL RumbleOn, Inc. $0.36 $7.95 9,200 +2,108.33% $73,140
BBX BBX Capital Corporation $2.54 $14.54 1,545 +472.44% $22,464
APT Alpha Pro Tech, Ltd. $6.72 $21.00 513 +212.50% $10,773
BW Babcock $0.93 $2.15 3,561 +131.18% $7,656
RMBL RumbleOn, Inc. $9.67 $21.12 405 +118.41% $8,554
PDCE PDC Energy, Inc. $6.21 $12.28 444 +97.75% $5,452
ACMR ACM Research, Inc. $18.45 $36.04 180 +95.34% $6,487
HGSH China HGS Real Estate, Inc. $0.45 $0.87 8,408 +93.33% $7,315
RUN Sunrun Inc. $19.72 $36.67 199 +85.95% $7,297
CELH Celsius Holdings, Inc. $5.02 $9.27 659 +84.66% $6,109
Sum $155,248

Top 10 current stock portfolio positions as of August 2020Strategy

Symbol Company Price Position Capitalization
SSNT SilverSun Technologies, Inc. $4.64 1,528 $7,089
IRTC iRhythm Technologies, Inc. $187.07 33 $6,173
EXPI eXp World Holdings, Inc. $29.32 209 $6,127
SNR New Senior Investment Group Inc. $4.64 1,227 $5,693
HCI HCI Group, Inc. $60.90 93 $5,663
HBIO Harvard Bioscience, Inc. $4.20 1,341 $5,632
CELH Celsius Holdings, Inc. $19.83 284 $5,631
LPSN LivePerson, Inc. $57.80 97 $5,606
PENN Penn National Gaming, Inc. $45.38 123 $5,581
SYRS Syros Pharmaceuticals, Inc. $12.49 439 $5,483
Sum $58,678
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