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This week, we closed out one model portfolio position and used the market's weakness to add shares to another holding.
We will continue to use the tape's weakness to build this position into a full-size model-portfolio holding.
We're exiting our position in Paccar after sour commentary from truck-part maker Wabco.
We're unloading our Wabco holding given management's recent guidance update.
Amid some painful market action this week, we added a new name to the model portfolio and trimmed another holding.
We'd be surprised if a deal of this size were consummated.
The company's content has risen vs. the iPhone 5, according to one analyst.
We are initiating a model portfolio holding in three-dimensional printing leader Stratasys. Here are the details.
Since our last update, we have trimmed three positions and closed one other to balance the risk management in our model portfolio.
In general, it's best to wait until a newly listed company has had time to settle in before you invest in it.