|Day Low/High||106.50 / 110.53|
|52 Wk Low/High||105.10 / 170.49|
Stocks with insider trader activity include HURN, LEA and WYN
It was a busy week for the portfolio as we added to several holdings, initiated a new position and exited several names.
We added to a pair of portfolio positions this week on weakness, as earnings reports remained strong and odds increased of an earlier Fed rate hike.
There are plenty of popular consumers brands that also provide good investment opportunities.
This week, we initiated a position in a healthcare name and exited a high tech portfolio holding, as the market moved slightly higher.
Stocks with insider trader activity include LEA, BLKB and TUP
We made changes to the portfolio this week as stock-picking becomes all-important in the market.
We were also pleased with the tone and commentary from management.
We made few trades in the portfolio this week amid myriad market events, earnings and economic data.
The company expects margin improvement in both seating and electronics.
We reduced our exposure to financials as bond yields fell amid a volatile week for markets.
How we incorporate the AAP team's view on a stock using options premiums.
We see strength in the economy in 2015 and maintain our U.S.-based theme going forward.
We did more selling than buying this week as the market bounced back sharply and we set up for 2015.
It will affect U.S. markets, but we suggest using it as a buying opportunity.
Russia will affect U.S. markets, but we suggest using it as a buying opportunity and continue to like consumer plays.
We continue to favor the consumer group as oil declined this week, taking stocks down with it.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Lear Corp. is the #73 broker analyst pick among those stocks screened by The Online Investor for strong stock buyback activity.
We continue to like cyclical sectors for the portfolio, bolstered by strong economic reports this week.
The CNBC 'Fast Money Halftime' trading panel admit that some stocks have stretched valuations. But there are still many compelling reasons to own domestic equities, complemented by international stocks.
We added a dollar-discount name to the portfolio this week amid all-time highs in U.S. equity markets.
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