GIM, EDD bounced nicely (3.97%, 4.41%) as taper fears have not materialized. EWI, my EU play is up 3.84%.
I am rethinking my selling discipline which I realized has been very momentum driven. I would normally sell when an individual name breaks relative index/sector support. Adding a little bit of patience to the formula, so to speak. Now I would sell solid names only when they drop below 200-day moving average both on an absolute basis and relatively to their benchmarks (PTH ETF in case of WLP). WLP is also the smallest holding and together with the second individual stock (BAC) they comprise about 11% of the portfolio. This keeps non-market ()