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We initiated 2 new positions in a week dominated by political events.
We scaled further into one position and added a Bullpen name as the market shrugged off geopolitical uncertainties.
It was a busy week of moves in the portfolio as we head into the latter half of the second quarter.
We initiated one new position and exited another last week, while several other names reported earnings.
We are using the rebound in gold prices from an eight-week low last week to add to the position.
We continue to view Yamana Gold more as a market hedge than a true investment.
We expect there will be the usual slicing and dicing of the Fed policy statement to get a sense if the Fed will boost rates at its meeting in June, or in the back half of this year.
Consumers are far less likely to splurge on a large purchase than they might otherwise be.
During a busy week of earnings and data, we exited 2 positions and initiated a small one.
May kicks off with a busy first week filled with earnings, monetary policy and a snapshot of the health of the economy.
We exited one position and downgraded another as earnings season heated up.
Gold prices look ready to break higher -- and these four miners are the strongest way to play the trend.
We added a new name to the portfolio as the market took a breather in a shortened trading week.
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Shares are down for Unilife, which doesn't meet our portfolio criteria.
We beat the benchmark Russell 2000 for the quarter, and we await a busy week on the economic front.
We are keeping an eye on rate-sensitive names for possible buying opportunities, as stocks fell around 1.5% this week.
We picked up more Abraxas Petroleum on weakness, while the market rebounded slightly after the FOMC announced the anticipated quarter-point rate hike.
We bulked up on Abraxas Petroleum and Yamana Gold on weakness, as the markets pulled back and investors positioned for next week’s FOMC meeting.
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We booked some profits in Huntington Bancshares and Builders FirstSource, while markets digested the likelihood of a March rate hike.
Gold prices are likely to stabilize this year, creating a new foundation for higher prices.
We opened a new position in Abraxas Petroleum on its above-average growth potential, as stocks faced selling pressure this week.