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But the Dow stocks keep making up for lost ground from Thursday and Friday.
U.S. stock futures rise and global stocks extend their rally; Novartis to sell 36.5% stake in joint venture to partner GSK for $13 billion; Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg won't face U.K. lawmakers.
With the stock market averages swinging wildly, Jim Cramer has your game plan for next week.
We exited one position this week as the market declined on an overflowing plate of items to digest.
Eroding margins, pressure from Walmart and diminished pricing power makes investors skeptical of packaged food stocks, analysts say.
Mixed in with all these negatives and uncertainties, there are great earnings -- and earnings are what investors need to focus on. Here's your game plan for next week.
A quant downgrade forced us to exit one position but we added three new names as the market drifted lower.
As the market rallied late this week, so did a number of our positions, leaving more than half the portfolio outperforming the S&P year to date.
This week, we prudently trimmed one position and used the proceeds to scale into two others as President Trump’s tariff announcement roiled the markets.
It was another good week for the portfolio, with the majority of our positions outperforming the major indices.
Breaking down the merger details and what it means for Rite Aid and the portfolio’s position.
We added a new position this week as a sharp rebound in the overall market led to pronounced moves higher in the Trifecta portfolio.
We exited two portfolio positions during a difficult and wildly volatile week for the markets.
During a wild week on Wall Street, we adjusted several price targets on positions after earnings reports.
Several Trifecta positions significantly outperformed the market averages this week, as the velocity of earnings reports increases.
There probably will not be a trade war, beyond the intention of making a point.
It was another net positive week for the portfolio, with strong moves higher in AMAT and OLED leading the charge.
We trimmed several hot-performing positions this week, as CES 2018 and tax reform fueled further market highs.
These names look poised to benefit from consumers' shift toward healthier meals and Internet food shopping.
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.
Potentially higher interest rates will come as consumer debt levels rise, without any major uptick in wages.
This week we exited one position, using the proceeds and cash to scale into another name.
The market rewards growth above all else, but for those pulling the trigger on big deals, weighing the pros and cons only gets more challenging as the transactions get bigger.
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