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Figure 1: Performance of Select Long Ideas on SumZero – Through 1/6/22

CompanyTickerPublish or Close DateOutperformance as a Long Vs. S&P 500
Simon Property GroupSPG11/16/21143%*
HCA HealthcareHCA6/22/20108%
D.R. HortonDHI4/27/2078%

Sources: New Constructs, LLC

Performance represents price performance and is not adjusted for dividends.
*Performance measured through date position was closed

Figure 2: Performance of Select Danger Zone Picks on SumZero – Through 1/6/22

CompanyTickerPublish DateOutperformance as a Short Vs. S&P 500
Peloton InteractivePTON9/21/20107%
Beyond MeatBYND9/2/2079%
Koss CorpKOSS5/3/2156%

Sources: New Constructs, LLC
Performance represents price performance and is not adjusted for dividends.

This article originally published on January 7, 2022.

Disclosure: David Trainer owns SPG and DHI. David Trainer, Kyle Guske II, and Matt Shuler receive no compensation to write about any specific stock, style, or theme.

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