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We made several moves this week as stocks bounced back and the quarter ended in the green for the portfolio.
We used the broader market decline this week to add to one position.
We used the selloff earlier in the week to make several moves in the portfolio.
We added to one portfolio position this week as stocks extended their winning streak and earnings season concluded.
We took advantage of the third straight positive week for the market by booking some profits in 2 portfolio positions.
Atmel (ATML) stock declined on Monday after the company reported its 2015 fourth quarter results.
In a week where stocks continued to rally, we added to one portfolio position and booked some profits in another.
Despite some sense of normalcy returning to the market this week, we believe readers should remain alert.
We used this week's volatility to add to our positions in five portfolio stocks while booking more profits in Yamana Gold.
We used this week's lower small-cap prices to add to our positions in two stocks while cashing in a big profit on Yamana Gold.
We used price declines earlier in the week to add to our positions in two portfolio names.
Weakness early in the week allowed us to add to our positions in not five, not six, but seven stocks.
Chipmaker Atmel would be due a termination fee if the merger with Microchip Technology fails to secure antitrust approval.
More consolidation is expected in semiconductors, especially among telecom suppliers not overly dependent on Apple
Stocks recover from brutal session lows by mid-afternoon Wednesday, though remain in the red as a massive selloff in crude oil prices spooks traders.
Former United States Securities and Exchange Commission attorney Willie Briscoe and the securities litigation firm of Powers Taylor LLP are investigating potential claims against the Board of Directors of Atmel...
We're picking at names such as ACPW and ON with the best potential to rebound in a more rational market.
Stocks extend losses by mid-morning Wednesday as oil prices continue their free fall and a series of disappointing earnings reports undermine investor confidence.
Atmel (ATML) announced today that Microchip Technology (MCHP) will acquire the semiconductor manufacturer for $3.56 billion in a cash and stock deal.
As one of the few remaining independents, the analog semiconductor provider could fetch as much as $2 billion.
Stock futures set up for a big fall on Wednesday as oil prices continue their free fall and European and Asian markets pull back from a rally a day earlier.
U.S. stock futures are posting steep losses Wednesday as shares in Europe and Asia sell off and oil prices continue their free fall.
We used this week's big selloff to add to our positions in four stocks and to initiate a position in another.
Atmel (ATML) stock declined on Thursday after Dialog Semiconductor announced that it will not raise its acquisition offer for the company.
Atmel's (ATML) price target was decreased at Canaccord on Thursday.
European and Asian equities indices resume steep declines on Thursday after a selloff in the U.S. during the previous session.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the electronics industry higher today.
We see ATML worth at least $10, whether realized through the current bidding process or as a standalone company.