|Day Low/High||140.32 / 144.57|
|52 Wk Low/High||106.41 / 155.22|
We remained quiet this week when it came to trading in light of an economy on fragile ground and the coming Brexit vote, but did downgrade our rating on Costco after its recent run-up.
Global growth concerns sapped the market's strength this week. We added to 2 positions in the portfolio.
The disappointing jobs report puts a damper on the market's week. We added to 3 portfolio holdings and trimmed 2 others.
These stocks have both short-term gain catalysts and longer-term growth potential.
This week, higher oil prices and improving new-home sales helped sustain the market. In the portfolio, we trimmed 2 positions and added to a third.
This week, the market rode the seesaw while speculation about a June Fed rate hike grew. The portfolio had a couple of re-ratings.
SWK could dip $10 or even $15, but the trend remains opaque.
The company, after a two-year, self-imposed hiatus from dealmaking, is on the hunt once again for targets in the tools and fasteners sector
Oil, biotech and retail pull market in different directions. The portfolio has a quiet week as earnings pace slows.
The company rebuffed by United Technologies will split its resins unit off as an independent, but shareholders want more.
A look at global markets, updates to current trades and some new trades to consider.
Weak earnings and disappointing retail sales contribute to a rough week for the market. There are a couple of new names in the portfolio.
CargoAware, a division of Franwell, Inc., the proven leader in radio frequency identification (RFID) track and trace technologies, announced today that Air Canada Cargo is moving forward with implementation of a large-scale...
This week, oil, earnings and a dovish Fed couldn't offset weak earnings and a slowing economy. Meanwhile, the portfolio changes banks.
Here's our thoughts on 13 names in the portfolio and where we would consider trading in them.
This week, oil climbed despite an unproductive meeting in Doha. As for the portfolio, did somebody say 'earnings'?
Despite currency headwinds, the company surprised investors this morning with a 17% increase in profits for the first quarter of 2016.
Wall Street had more than enough to digest on Thursday, with earnings reports from industry titans such as General Motors, United Airlines and American Express.
AEP, KHC and PEP represent a rotational shift, but COST's selloff is irrational.
Stocks extend their decline by late afternoon Thursday as crude oil retreats from recent highs.
Stanley Black & Decker is a household name in the hardware and tools space.
U.S. stocks were mixed as a slew of earnings report kept investors busy.
Stock are mixed by late morning Thursday as a slew of earnings reports keep investors busy.
Stock futures hover at the flatline on Thursday morning after the European Central Bank opts to leave rates unchanged and U.S. jobless claims sink to multi-year lows.
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