|Day Low/High||8.12 / 8.15|
|52 Wk Low/High||5.84 / 10.50|
When the company reports after today's close, we'll be paying close attention to any guidance from management.
As the market seesawed this week, we added to three of our model portfolio positions and booked some gains in one other name.
As earnings season began for the model portfolio names this week, we used the market swings to add to two of our positions.
As earnings season kicked off, we used the selloff this week to add to three of our model portfolio positions.
As a new quarter began this week, we used the volatility to add shares to two of our model portfolio positions.
Cramer says Randgold is the gold stock to own, he's not recommending Apollo Group and thinks Atmel is in the sweet spot.
Are things better this month than last month? No, says Cramer, but now some forgotten stocks may come back into fashion.
We used the volatility this week to add to six of our model portfolio positions, and we also closed out one other holding.
AMD, Avago, KLA-Tencor, Skyworks, Taiwan Semi and Xilinx are leading semiconductor stocks and the market higher.
Ahead of the quarterly quadruple-witching options expiration this week, we used the high volatility to add to one model portfolio position.
Atmel (ATML) rose on Monday after Bank of America/Merrill Lynch initiated coverage on the semiconductor manufacturer. The firm set a "buy" rating and an $11 target price on the stock.
We used the volatility this week to book some gains in two model portfolio positions and we added shares to one other.
We added to two of our model portfolio positions during this week's rally and trimmed another during a post-earnings selloff.
Cramer doesn't like Transocean or SeaChange International but he loves Lowe's and HollyFrontier.
Cramer expects 75% of the markets will be controlled by Friday's jobs report, leaving only 25% of the market action riding on actual stocks.
As stocks added to gains again this week, a new name joined the model portfolio and we trimmed one position and added to another.
But given the froth we're seeing now, I suspect we are not quite done with the chop effect.
The Market Vectors Semiconductor ETF has set new highs for six consecutive trading sessions.
As the market averages added to recent gains this week, we continued to monitor the universe of low-dollar stocks for trading opportunities.
This week was fairly quiet for the model portfolio but U.S. stocks continued to rebound and posted gains in all five sessions.
Amid this week's 'tale of two markets' action, we used selloffs to add to three of our model portfolio positions.
Atmel (ATML) drops Thursday after the semiconductor manufacturer reports fourth-quarter earnings that fall short of analysts' expectations.
Atmel continued to talk up the prospects of its XSense touchscreen technology.
Atmel's microcontroller business has the company on track toward long-term profitability.
As the broader U.S. stock market averages added to recent losses, we used weakness to add to two of our model portfolio positions this week.
We put some cash to work this week by adding to one model portfolio holding. We also closed out one position for a nice gain, while another name was acquired by a competitor.
The decline in the Russell 2000 has us checking out which model portfolio positions we might want to add to on this weakness.
Atmel Corporation (ATML), Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Semiconductor Manufacturing International (SMI) have each suffered losses over Wednesday's session.
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