|Day Low/High||16.20 / 16.55|
|52 Wk Low/High||8.11 / 18.30|
We are initiating a position in steakhouse operator Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group.
We will close out the high-flying Habit Restaurants and place the stock in the Bullpen.
There were several bright spots in the portfolio last week, including Habit Restaurants and USA Technologies.
We’re ringing the register again on USA Technologies and Habit Restaurants as both stocks continue to outperform. We are also watching Barnes & Noble Education.
The stock has risen in choppy trading this week, so we’re moving the goalposts to $17.
We are taking a profit on Habit Restaurants and building our stake in GSV Capital.
The portfolio had several big winners last week as shares of Habit Restaurants and Energy Recovery soared.
With shares of Habit Restaurants continuing to soar, we are making a prudent move to lighten the load and once again ring the register.
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Nokia wins a multibillion-dollar deal for 5G network gear and Wedbush raises its price target on Habit Restaurants.
We trimmed one position and added to another last week as smaller-cap stocks took a hit.
Given Habit Restaurants' strong performance, we are doing the prudent thing and booking some profits.
During a week that showed little change for the major stock market indices, the portfolio had a number of outperformers.
We like what the report's numbers mean for Habit Restaurants and Rite Aid.
Similar to the Russell 2000 trading off last week so too did a number of our holdings, although there were bright spots as well.
As the market shrugged off Friday’s tariff news to finish the week higher, a number of our portfolio holdings acted in similar fashion.
In recent trading, shares of Habit Restaurants Inc have crossed above the average analyst 12-month target price of $11.00, changing hands for $11.05/share. When a stock reaches the target an analyst has set, the analyst logically has two ways to react: downgrade on valuation, or, re-adjust their target price to a higher level.
It was a challenging week for the portfolio amid continued trade and tariff concerns.
It was a good week for the portfolio, as a large majority of positions outperformed the market.
Habit continues to execute on time-tested strategies.
In trading on Tuesday, shares of Habit Restaurants Inc crossed above their 200 day moving average of $9.98, changing hands as high as $10.00 per share. Habit Restaurants Inc shares are currently trading up about 0.2% on the day.
Last week, we initiated a position in Farmland Partners and trimmed our holdings in AcelRx Pharmaceuticals.
During the week we scaled into two existing positions and added back shares of a former holding.
During the week we added to our cannabis play Kush Bottles and took a nice win on J.Jill.
Last week we trimmed USA Technologies and added LendingClub to the Bullpen.
We trimmed one position for a hefty gain last week, as the portfolio delivered very favorable performance on both an absolute and relative basis.
We see confirming data points for J.Jill and Habit Restaurants in the April retail sales report.
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