|Day Low/High||75.83 / 77.50|
|52 Wk Low/High||70.33 / 110.64|
War of words with North Korea draws market's attention amid signs of slowing economy.
Despite an off week for several of our Nasdaq names, we continue to be encouraged by favorable data points that have emerged this earnings season.
We see uncertainty taking investor mindshare over the coming weeks.
We fine-tuned our holdings this week, taking advantage of the market's continued climb.
Yellen's comments contribute to stocks as GDP expectations slip.
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Friday's jobs report helped the market end the holiday week on a high note.
We trimmed one position during the week as we closed the books on a solid second quarter for the portfolio.
We brought Dycom Industries back into the portfolio during a comeback week for tech stocks.
We are calling Dycom shares back up to the big leagues after having sent it down to the minors for a breather.
Jim Cramer's take on stocks of interest to Mad Money viewers.
With Washington looking farther than ever from passing tax reform, what should investors do?
We've seen timing bumps like this in the past, and they often present buying opportunities.
We suspect the culprit to be timing associated with a particular project or two.
The market's roller-coaster week included its worst one-day decline in several months.
In a mixed week for the markets, several portfolio positions significantly outperformed.
The most recent short interest data has been released for the 04/28/2017 settlement date, which shows a 900,490 share decrease in total short interest for Dycom Industries, Inc. , to 6,478,730, a decrease of 12.20% since 04/13/2017.
We updated price targets on several portfolio positions amid a torrent of earnings reports, data and activity in D.C.
During a busy week of earnings, we trimmed 3 positions and added to another.