Been meanin' to thank everyone for helping think about NVDA. I wound up selling 60%, and, in so doing, essentially taking winnings off the table. I couldn't implement some of the options strategies suggested (selling covered calls) as I had already sold a bit and no longer had 100 shares (which would be about $40k) to cover the short calls. (Mark underestimates my pauperdom.)
I haven't redeployed at all yet. I might use these funds to get into a new area while covering software (for reasons previously discussed) in other accounts. I have retirement accounts where I can only have mutual funds, and I have gone to a large percentage cash (FDRXX, SPRXX) for fear of Putin-generated black swan events. I read where fear of black swans is actually not a good strategy. Maybe move a little of those funds to software funds? Came up with maybe FSPTX? There don't seem to be any perfect fits.
FSPTX as of 4/30:
AAPL 20.59% MSFT 17.32% NVDA 9.85% MA 4.48% MRVL 3.74%
NXP SEMICONDUCTORS NV 3.71%
CRM 3.48% CSCO 3.29% ON 3.05% NOW 2.46%
Mastercard? And a ton of AAPL. Fidelity also has FSCSX:
FSCSX as of 4/30:
MSFT 28.38% V 6.47% CRM 6.06% ADBE 5.87% MA 5.46%
GOOGL 2.79% ORCL 2.39% ADSK 2.34% PYPL 2.20% PANW 2.18%
So now Mastercard, Visa, and PayPal?? Oy.