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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.
From 5G to OLED to artificial intelligence, here are Barclays analysts' top picks for the tech sector moving into 2018.
Uwe Röhrhoff will succeed John Hendrickson as CEO of the over-the-counter consumer goods and pharmaceutical company on Jan. 15.
It was a positive week for the Trifecta portfolio, with a number of positions and especially the tech ones, moving higher.
It has been a robust year for stocks and a solid one for the Trifecta portfolio.
It looks like 2017 will go down as a banner year for stocks, and we’ve had a number of market-beating performers in the portfolio.
A pair of recent deals suggest Apple's massive scale is motivating it to strike larger deals to secure needed parts and buy technologies that enhance its services.
This week we exited one position, using the proceeds and cash to scale into another name.
The most recent short interest data has been released for the 11/15/2017 settlement date, which shows a 4,617,142 share increase in total short interest for Corning Inc , to 29,243,976, an increase of 18.75% since 10/31/2017. Total short interest is just one way to look at short data; another metric that we here at Dividend Channel find particularly useful is the "days to cover" metric because it considers both the total shares short and the average daily volume of shares traded.
We have a lot to be thankful for this week as nearly every position in the Trifecta portfolio moved higher through Wednesday.
It was a relatively busy week for the portfolio as we scaled into a number of positions, including all of our inverse ETFs.
October was better than expected as November kicks off with a tax bill and a Fed pick.
Jonathan Heller takes a good look at Corning and says despite the current risks, it's not the tech-bubble company that took a hit in the dot-com bust.
With solid margins, a focus on returning capital to shareholders and trading at a decent valuation, GLW is my kind of company.
We added to one position during a very positive week for the portfolio given significant gains in several tech holdings.
Stock is expected to consolidate a bit before making its next move.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Venator Materials, Biogen Idec, Corning.
Jim Cramer has a special set of rules for what to buy and where to take a pass.
The company is on track with its share buyback program.
Entering GE too early has its costs, but there are ways to mitigate them.
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