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All of the names are boosting dividends and share buybacks.
Jim Cramer highlights Corning, Freeport-McMoran, McDonald's, Ventas, Kindred Healthcare.
Jim Cramer says if investors want to stick with what's working, then they definitely need to be in tech.
We will sell all our Corning shares as our three-pronged investment strategy requires us to reluctantly let go of the name.
I still also use Graham-inspired stock screens, including one based on his 'stocks for the defensive investor' methodology.
This week, we prudently trimmed one position and used the proceeds to scale into two others as President Trump’s tariff announcement roiled the markets.
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OLED is just one reason to pay attention to this annual showcase for mobile technology.
Will we see connectivity in a growing number of devices around the home, in the workplace, in factories and in the car?
It was another good week for the portfolio, with the majority of our positions outperforming the major indices.
We added a new position this week as a sharp rebound in the overall market led to pronounced moves higher in the Trifecta portfolio.
Jonathan Heller writes that last week's volatility created some movement in Deep Value Land. He looks at Fitbit, Voxx and Corning.
Check out these three names.
We exited two portfolio positions during a difficult and wildly volatile week for the markets.
During a wild week on Wall Street, we adjusted several price targets on positions after earnings reports.
The stock market rally has taken a pause this week.
Management expects "normal seasonality" hit its smartphone business.
While a solid report, Corning’s outlook and comments on smartphones could determine how the shares trade today.
The Dow is poised for its second consecutive triple-digit decline Tuesday as global investors pull back from record high stocks amid a rise in government bond yields and concerns over valuations in the tech sector.
You might actually be grateful that stocks took one on the jaw on Monday.
A plan reportedly crafted by Trump administration officials suggests the government would build a 5G network and lease capacity to telecoms. If accurate, the plan would have major implications for multiple industries.
Several Trifecta positions significantly outperformed the market averages this week, as the velocity of earnings reports increases.
It was another net positive week for the portfolio, with strong moves higher in AMAT and OLED leading the charge.
The iPhone maker plans to repatriate nearly all of its offshore cash, and much of it will likely go towards dividends and buybacks. It might not be long before other tech giants make similar announcements.
An early reporting calendar for our holdings; current market analysis; and what we’ll be watching for.
We trimmed several hot-performing positions this week, as CES 2018 and tax reform fueled further market highs.
JP Morgan and PNC Financial open fourth-quarter earnings season for banks.
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