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How did our Donald Trump stock portfolio do the week of the Republican National Convention? Not as well as the candidate himself. Most of the stock were down.
Shares in Italian bank Monte dei Paschi dropped 8% in Milan, prompting a temporary halt to trading
In a week that saw the market continue to rise and several strong performers in the portfolio, we exited one position and trimmed another.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the basic materials sector higher today.
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Most of our portfolio names did well, though we did downgrade AT&T and Costco to Twos from Ones because of the moves higher in their shares in recent weeks.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Randgold Resources (GOLD) as a pre-market laggard candidate
Cramer says General Mills is healthy thanks to natural and organic foods while Randgold keeps shining through ratings downgrades.
Cramer says discipline is needed to start trimming positions and taking profits.
This week we booked a profit trimming one position while another holding effected a planned spinoff.
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Trade-Ideas LLC identified Randgold Resources (GOLD) as a weak on high relative volume candidate
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Randgold Resources (GOLD) as a momo momentum candidate
The pound falls to a new 31-year low and government bond yields decline.
Barclays shares decline, as three former traders are found guilty of Libor-rigging.
Miners buck the negative trend, with Fresnillo up sharply as silver prices surge.
Ongoing uncertainty gave a boost to some of the portfolio's more defensive names, including AT&T and Randgold Resources.
BHP Billiton falls after a Brazilian court rejects a settlement over the Samarco dam burst.
Gold stocks are benefiting from the rush to Gold following the UK's vote Thursday to depart from the European Union.
It was another rotten day for Wall Street as the shockwaves from Friday's 'Brexit' vote continued to reverberate through global markets.
Stocks tank on Monday in their worst two-day selloff since August as the fallout from last week's 'Brexit' vote punishes global markets.
Calm remains elusive as another bloodbath in European equities pushes losses for some stocks toward 20%
U.S. stocks extended their declines, piling on heavy losses suffered at the end of last week, as markets continued to react to the pro-exit vote from the U.K.