|Day Low/High||6.56 / 7.04|
|52 Wk Low/High||6.56 / 16.29|
A volatile week in the market provided an opportunity to take gains in two model portfolio names and rebuild another.
Both of these model portfolio names disappointed slightly, but we would consider adding shares of each on a pullback.
Here's what we expect to hear this evening from these model portfolio holdings.
Amid a four-day winning streak on Wall Street, we used weakness to bolster three model portfolio holdings this week.
We took advantage of this week's market volatility to take profits in two model portfolio holdings and bolster three others.
Portfolio Manager David Peltier searches for value in the energy sector.
We built up several model portfolio positions on this week's selloff, and look forward to the first earnings reports next week.
With this pullback, we'll accumulate some shares in energy and health care.
This downdraft is letting us scoop up shares of companies unfairly painted with the bears' brush.
As the second quarter got off to a shaky start this week, we added to three holdings in the model portfolio.
We booked some profits in two model portfolio names, and the market ended this week on a positive note.
Volume was light this week, but we used the action to build up one model portfolio name and book profits in two others.
Cramer says people will be surprised by the demand for copper.
We built up one name this week and booked some profits in another, as the market continued to add to its gains for 2012.
We added to seven model portfolio names earlier this week, amid topsy-turvy trading before the upbeat jobs number post on Friday.
This energy name is trading down about 15% from its recent highs, but its long-term growth thesis remains intact.
We added to one name in the model portfolio this week and took some profits in another, as the market showed volatile action.
We believe this energy name's long-term fundamental case is intact and would consider buying more shares at the right price.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed much higher if they report positive earnings this week.
As the Dow flirted with 13,000 this week, two model portfolio names delivered solid earnings results, and we built up two others on weakness.
Kodiak Oil & Gas (NYSE:KOG) hit a new 52-week high Wednesday as it is currently trading at $10.44, above its previous 52-week high of $10.41 with 6.3 million shares traded as of 3:05 p.m. ET. Average volume has been nine million shares over the past 30 days.
We built up one position in the model portfolio this week, as stocks rebounded in the broader market.
This week marked the first weekly decline for stocks in 2012, and we sold some shares of a model portfolio name for a good profit.
The Investors Intelligence reading showed an uptick in bulls, but many long-time bears cannot be found.
When a stock makes a large-percentage move, it is often just the start of a new major trend -- a trend that can lead to huge profits.
Two oil and gas names are buys after breaking above resistance; the third is a potential short.
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