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Alongside the market’s move higher this week and the kickoff of another earnings season, shares of nearly all of our positions increased.
Good earnings reports, cooling oil, and tech leadership all contributed to Thursday's gains, says Jim Cramer. Along with no explosive presidential tweets.
Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, April 12.
Let me walk you through what happened to allow there to be a rally in the first place.
These areas have little exposure to China, so buy them on any broad-market dip over U.S.-Chinese trade tensions.
While market swings certainly had an impact on the portfolio, we still had several outperformers on a relative basis this week.
Stock markets ran higher as investors turned towards domestic-focused companies.
We removed one position from the portfolio this week as the market closed out a tumultuous quarter.
We exited one position this week as the market declined on an overflowing plate of items to digest.
The search giant is teaming with Walmart, Target and others to let consumers buy items without leaving its web site -- in exchange for a cut, of course.
Macy's, Kohl's and other names actually rose Monday despite a terrible tape.
A quant downgrade forced us to exit one position but we added three new names as the market drifted lower.
Smaller players are at risk as giants battle for online market share.
Costco has several unique strengths that is helping it to put Amazon in its place. Sorry Jeff Bezos.
J.C. Penney could crumble 35% to $2.50 per share according to the analysts at Credit Suisse. But their report isn't all doom and gloom.
As the market rallied late this week, so did a number of our positions, leaving more than half the portfolio outperforming the S&P year to date.
I think this time the analysts have pretty much had it with the Cincinnati chain's promises.
Shares of the warehouse chain were down slightly in after-hours trading Wednesday.
Should investors be selling Costco after it reported its earnings? Jim Cramer doesn't think so.
Investors were expecting an accelerated share buyback program from Costco, but the company is using its tax cut savings to invest in employees and customers.
Recent selloff is an opportunity for subscribers who are underweight the shares.
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