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Expanding car tech merits bullish outlook
We like the look of this under-the-radar chip play.
The region saw higher-than-expected production revenues and showed solid margin leverage.
Deal should add several million dollars to 2015 revenues.
It is a highly disruptive force for the way consumers buy cars.
Its capital allocation plan sent its shares up.
We've added a new position taken a gain in another amid markets bolstered by cheap oil.
This week, we trimmed our holdings in one model portfolio name and added to another position, as the broader market focused on Europe.
Jim Cramer explains why he likes Under Armour and Nike, and explains why investors can go with either one.
It is well run and it will benefit from lower oil prices.