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Combined Company Will Operate in 41 Markets Across 17 States with New Home Offerings Spanning Entry Level Through Luxury
We used volatility this week to open a position in Kratos Defense and take some gains in Atmel.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Standard Pacific (SPF) as a strong on high relative volume candidate
With the Fed kerfuffle behind us, we scan the horizon for new names to add to the model portfolio.
This week in the model portfolio: Adding to a position here, closing a position there, booking profits in between.
As market volatility persists, dropping one holding from model portfolio makes room for more.
We used the weakness on Monday to add to our positions in McDermott and Atmel.
After a frenzied week, we're circling the wagons and staying on the lookout for attractive buys.
It was a busy week for the portfolio, as we closed 2 positions and added to 5 others.
New Company Will Operate in 41 Markets Across 17 States with New Home Offerings Spanning Entry Level Through Luxury
This week, we used weakness to add to 4 positions as the market halted a losing streak.
Both announce quarterly results after today's close of trading.
No moves with the portfolio this week, but we're watching for some additions.
The most recent short interest data has been released by the NASDAQ for the 06/30/2015 settlement date, which shows a 8,132,663 share decrease in total short interest for Standard Pacific Corp. , to 22,164,026, a decrease of 26.84% since 06/15/2015.
We took advantage of this week's volatility to initiate one position and add to 2 others.
This week, we added to 2 positions in a volatile market as earnings season drew nearer.
We used weakness to add to 4 holdings in a volatile week for stocks.
We made several moves in the portfolio amid a volatile week for equities markets.
The financials sector is poised for growth as the Federal Reserve's rate hike looms closer, according to Nick Colas, chief market strategist at Convergex.
The financials sector is poised for growth, amid the Federal Reserve’s looming rate hike, according to one strategist.
Margins continue to be hurt by incentives and concessions.