I have initiated a few Visa related transactions subsequent to my July 11th Visa stock analysis and through this Visa stock analysis update I disclose the following:
- purchased 100 additional V shares on July 12th in a taxable account;
- closed my $250 July 16, 2021, covered calls on July 14th; and
- purchased additional shares to increase our V exposure in a tax-efficient retirement account.
The recent sudden surge in V's share price left me vulnerable to a breach in the $250 strike price. I, therefore, closed my position at a cost of $0.27/share since I have no intention of parting with my V shares. This is not such a bad trade-off relative to the ~$0.901/share received on May 26th.
It is my intent to 'meltdown' the retirement account which holds the bulk of our V shares. I have another ~13 years, however, before we need to convert this Registered Retirement Savings Plan to a Registered Retirement Income Fund; my plan is to gradually liquidate holdings other than V.
While I continue to view V's valuation as being somewhat rich, V is a high-quality company with an attractive long-term outlook. I am, therefore, prepared to 'pay up' to gradually increase our exposure in our largest holding; this is disclosed in my April 2021 FFJ Portfolio Holdings Review.
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Disclosure: I am long V.
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