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International Equities Portfolio

The MM International Equities Portfolio fell -7.2% during the week with cash remaining at 8%.  Trade Desk (TTD US) was whacked -26% and JD.com -15.6% while Brunswick (BC US) advancing just +0.5% was, unfortunately, the only green across our portfolio. While this portfolio is filled with high-quality companies, a number of these have fallen substantially this year dragging performance with them. In hindsight...

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International Equities Portfolio

The MM International Equities portfolio fell -6.7% last week while cash sits at 8%. Every stock in the portfolio was down, the worst performers were PayPal (PYPL US) -16.6%, Glencore (GLEN US) -11.6% and Amazon.com (AMZN US) -8.9% while Brunswick Corp (BC US) was our best performer and it still fell -1.8%.  

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International Equities Portfolio

The portfolio added +1.71% for the week while cash sits at 8%.  Our most recent purchase of Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG US) did well up 6.87% while Amazon (AMZN US) +5.23% & Brunswick (BC US) +4.94% more than offset weakness in PayPal (PYPL US) -3.90%.

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International Equities Portfolio

The MM International Equities Portfolio added 0.29% over the last week, Barrick Gold (GOLD US) +6.03%, The Trade Desk (TTD US) +4.9%  and Freeport-McMoRan (FCX US) +4.11% the standout performers while PayPal (PYPL US) -4.33% and Amazon (AMZN US) -3.38% continue to struggle albeit not in a major way after recent week.

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PayPal (PYPL US) $US119.29

PYPL is arguably our most frustrating position and it happens to reside in our International Portfolio, we have been discussing selling it for weeks and being too pedantic has cost us dearly i.e. the old market adage your first loss is your best loss comes to mind. This fintech was a big winner through COVID but its now facing some very real headwinds – the stock fell almost...

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International Equities Portfolio

The MM International Equities Portfolio fell 0.24% this week while cash remains at 4%. PayPal (PYPL US) has been the major detractor in this portfolio in recent times, down ~30% in the week – Ouch! Since inception the portfolio has advanced +24.62% pa however recent performance has been underwhelming. Today we’ll again ponder PYPL.

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PayPal Holdings (PYPL US)

Unfortunately it was not all good news for our International Portfolio overnight with digital and mobile payment business PayPal (PYPL US) getting smashed over 20% after its slow growth stunned Wall Street leading to the stocks largest drop on record as downgrades flooded through the market. In line with todays report this is a position MM doesn’t want to be holding...

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International Equities Portfolio

The MM International Equities Portfolio had a strong week up +5.46% while cash remains at 4%. The main support from a performance perspective came from an aggressive bounce back in technology with The Trade Desk (TTD US) up 13.82%, PayPal (PYPL US) +11.50% while Exxon Mobil (XOM US) also benefitted from continued strength in energy prices...

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International Equities Portfolio

The MM International Equities Portfolio fell -2.02% during the week while cash remains at 4%. The main headwind on performance came from The Trade Desk (TTD US) which fell by -16.39% on no specific company news, simply the move out of high value tech. PayPal (PYPL) & Microsoft (MSFT) were also caught up in the move down -8.95% & -3.96% respectively. On the flipside, the resource stocks in this portfolio did well, both BHP and Glencore up more than 6%.

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International Equities Portfolio

MM’s International portfolio gained 0.79% last week with cash at 9%. We enjoyed strong performances from Microsoft (MSFT US), Brunswick (BC US) and happily again Shopify (SHOP US) on the other side of the fence PayPal (PYPL US), Alibaba (BABA US), BHP (BHP LN) and Barrick Gold (GOLD US) weighed on the portfolio.

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PYPL US
UPDATED 14/02/2022 11:29
MM is looking to exit PYPL
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PYPL US
UPDATED 03/02/2022 17:23
MM is looking to exit PYPL
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PYPL US
UPDATED 30/07/2021 16:36
MM is bullish PayPal medium / long term
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PYPL US
UPDATED 02/07/2021 10:09
MM are buying PYPL US the International Equities Portfolio, allocating 6% around $US290.00
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PYPL US
UPDATED 23/02/2021 13:42
MM is considering buying PYPL ~$US280
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PYPL US
UPDATED 16/02/2021 08:38
MM sold Visa and is now considering PayPal
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Digital and mobile payments giant

PayPal Holdings, Inc. operates as a technology platform company that enables digital and mobile payments on behalf of consumers and merchants. The Company offers online payment solutions. PayPal Holdings serves customers worldwide.

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