Regular readers know that I have been a Wilmar shareholder for many years.

It is difficult not to find Wilmar impressive as a business entity with its breadth and depth of activities.

Many years of Mr. Market’s pessimism towards Wilmar gave believers a big window of opportunity to build their exposure.

In the last two years or more, I have been accumulating shares of Wilmar until 3Q 2018 when I decided to sell into the rally, reducing my investment significantly while keeping a core position.

See:
Largest investments (3Q 2019).

It is a strategy that regular readers should be familiar with.

It is so that I would still stand to gain in case the bull had legs.

Some might call it a hedge as, always, I don’t know everything.

Well, as it turned out, the bull grew tired and needed a break.