DDR (DDR - Get Report)
Waiting for retracements also means accepting the risk of missing out on the next leg higher. Don't forget that favorable stock buys are like New York City taxis. If you miss one, another will be around soon. If you want exposure to DDR, keep the powder dry until you get a chance to pick up shares for about $17.50. In doing so, you will reduce your risk and increase your dividend yield. If DDR continues moving higher without looking back, you can find comfort knowing that you weren't willing to take on more risk than it was worth. Besides, by the time DDR plays out, one way or another, a different opportunity will present itself.
CSX (CSX - Get Report) CSX, together with its subsidiaries, provides rail-based transportation services. It offers traditional rail service and the transport of intermodal containers and trailers. CSX trades an average of 7.8 million shares per day with a market cap of $25 billion.