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Amid this week's 'tale of two markets' action, we used selloffs to add to three of our model portfolio positions.
As the broader U.S. stock market averages added to recent losses, we used weakness to add to two of our model portfolio positions this week.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (NYSE:MSO) has been upgraded by TheStreet Ratings from a sell to hold.
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We put some cash to work this week by adding to one model portfolio holding. We also closed out one position for a nice gain, while another name was acquired by a competitor.
As earnings season picked up steam this week, we used a rally to book profits in one model portfolio name.
During a topsy-turvy week of trading, we initiated a model portfolio position, added to one name and booked some gains in another.
J.C. Penney Inc. (JCP) declines Tuesday as a lawsuit with Macy's continues.
JC Penney (JCP) is down today after a breakdown in talks with Macy's (M) to settle a dispute over Martha Stewart merchandise.
We used the action this week to book some profits in oen model portfolio name and we believe that trading volume will pick up again next week.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia was surging Thursday after settling a lawsuit with Macy's over their contentious products deal with J.C. Penney.
After roughly a year-long dispute, Macy's and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia settled their legal fight over Stewart's move to sell products at J.C. Penney.
After roughly a year-long dispute, Macy's and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia have settled their legal fight over Stewart's move to sell products at J.C. Penney.
Gold is off to a fast start, up nearly $20 to $1220 an ounce, and shares of Target are also up nicely on the first full trading day of the new year.
We did not make any trades during this holiday-shortened week, but one of our goals for 2014 is to introduce some new names to the model portfolio.
This week, we booked profits in one model portfolio position that had huge gains and sold most of a holding that received a takeover bid.
Though the market began the week by selling off, it managed to rebound and we used the volatility to add to one of our model portfolio positions.
We took advantage of the market's volatility this week to add a new name to the model portfolio and make a few other adjustments.
Due to the holiday-shortened week, we are focusing on the model portfolio names with the biggest gains and losses in this abbreviated issue.
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We pocketed some gains in one model portfolio position this week and used the proceeds to add to another holding.
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As earnings season came to a close this week, we used post-reporting weakness to add to one of our model portfolio positions.
We took advantage of the volatility this week to add to three of our model portfolio positions and we took profits in another holding.
We putting some of the cash we raised earlier today to work by building up these two holdings.
The stock is trading higher for the 11th consecutive session, so we are using this opportunity to right-size our position.
U.S. stocks took a breather this week and we took advantage of the selloff to add shares to two of our model portfolio positions.
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