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The Investment Team reviews the performance of the portfolio picks this past week.
The Street is whispering of a hire at one company, and another upgrade is helping a tech name.
As economic concerns, weak earnings and high stock valuations take center stage, patience is in order.
We're not sitting on the sidelines with the market decline creating buying opportunities.
This stock has presented an opportunity, and we're staying with the plan we mapped out last week.
Taking advantage of lower prices and seizing profits when we can helps us navigate the market's shoals.
The ugly market reflects overly negative views of the last half of the year. Still, we booked some gains this week.
This new stock caught our eye with a strong earnings report and solid score in our proprietary rating system.
A virtuous cycle can happen as a result (unless, of course, you're short).
On a tough day for tech, the contract manufacturer is hit by an earnings estimate reduction.
The contract manufacturer rallies as its EPS and revenue best consensus.
The contract manufacturer lost 80 cents per share on a GAAP basis, and now has lost its founder.
The contract manufacturer reports EPS of 3 cents, a penny below expectations.
RBC Capital Markets' positive comments about the sector spur big gains.
Shares of the contract manufacturers are up as Bear Stearns sees uptick signals.
Shares of the electronics assemblers rose, buoyed by an upgrade and the market's rise.
The company's shares bounce after the CEO says its printed circuit-board business has turned profitable.
One analyst argues its a particularly bad sign given their past prescience.
Personal computer sales are rising, but the stabilizing of component prices will squeeze the manufacturers.
The Chartman reviews his. Plus, charts of KLA-Tencor, Lockheed Martin and more.
A pair of contract manufacturers are upgraded on the theory that they'll see the recovery soon.
Technical patterns presaged what news from Iraq provided: higher prices.
Why are people so angry about how stocks like this act? The bears out there need to get real.
The company projects sales of $2.6 billion to $2.75 billion for the fourth quarter.
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