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Entering the new year, we'll be seeking growth in 2017 and beyond, much like we have with our existing positions.
As we enter a new year, we'll be seeking growth in 2017 and beyond, much like we have with our existing positions.
As we reach the last few trading days of 2016, the market run-up could be getting long in the tooth.
We initiated a new position in a 'sleeper' of a growth stock as indices ended last week largely flat.
Five of the six have significant gains since Sept. 21. Here's how to trade them.
With valuations stretched, we are looking at the intersection of thematic tailwinds and stock laggards to put some cash to work.
We exited one portfolio position as several market indices recently landed in overbought territory.
Technical analysis shows financial holding company Hilltop Holdings and death care services provider Carriage Services are attractive not just with their fundamentals.
Here are 4 Small Cap Stocks Set to Shine in 2017: LGI Homes, Hilltop Holdings, Carriage Services and Dycom Industries.
Flexibility is something AT&T is counting on as it shores up its competitive offering.
As the market rally continued Thanksgiving week, the portfolio fattened up on solid moves from 2 positions.
The most recent short interest data has been released for the 11/15/2016 settlement date, which shows a 859,821 share increase in total short interest for Dycom Industries, Inc. , to 7,118,456, an increase of 13.74% since 10/31/2016.
One of its customer's 'modified' plans means an estimated $80 million decline in revenue over the coming year.
It was a strong week for the portfolio, with more than half of our active positions outperforming both the S&P 500 and the Russell 2000.
Horizon Pharma is a 'giant headache,' says Jim Cramer; Abbot Labs is OK long term.
Holiday-shortened week holds a feast of earnings reports, says Jim Cramer.
Several portfolio positions had double-digit gains last week as the market rallied on the Trump Trade.
Although little known and beaten down, shares of this major provider of administrative services to telecommunications companies is on sale.
It was busy week of earnings for the portfolio as three positions reported amid an unsettled market.
We increased our holdings in a pair of positions last week amid the rapid fire of earnings reports and M&A activity.
Dycom Industries (DY) stock is retreating on Wednesday after Alphabet's (GOOGL) Google Fiber said late yesterday that it would scale back the Internet service and lay off employees.
We view today's decline as an overreaction to Google Fiber news and continue to see a bright outlook for the company.
The portfolio had several outperformers last week as September-quarter earnings season heated up and a round of mergers made headlines.
In a week that saw negative pre-announcements and data, we added twice to a portfolio holding at attractive levels.
We added another new position to the portfolio during a week where a weak jobs report and declining GDP forecasts weighed on markets.
Credit and debt loads, in the U.S. and globally, are making headlines.