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The Investment Team reviews the performance of the portfolio picks this past week.
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.
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 company has outperformed its sector, and the broad selloff is creating a buy opportunity
The week brought an extra dose of volatility, but also some opportunities.
The Alpha Factor leads to some nice gains in one of the model portfolio stocks this past week.
The Investment Team assesses the week, giving a rundown of each stock in the model portfolio.
This tech company has strong fundamentals and positive catalysts ahead of it, so we're buying it today.
With 6 points to spare, blue-chips post their fourth-straight week of gains.
Second-quarter sales were $81.2 million, $4 million ahead of forecasts.
January and February highs are likely barriers. Plus, Sierra Wireless, Tibco and more.
The German giant is gaining on Siebel, profiting from the Oracle-PeopleSoft saga and taking aim at IBM.
The software maker posts a 17% rise in first-quarter sales, sending shares higher.
After the sale, the software maker will buy back $115 million of its stock.
The integration software maker's bottom-line results also best expectations.
The action in this index could determine the fate of several other key market factors.
The integration software company narrowed its losses, but revenue and earnings didn't meet expectations.
The technology research firm cuts its ratings on SeeBeyond, Tibco and webMethods.
License revenues were down, and doubts surface about progress in the integration application market.
Take a look at possible plays in Time Warner Telecom, Barnes & Noble and more.
Integration vendors see revenue dwindle and senior people leave as a big player muscles in.
Tibco lowers its outlook below estimates, taking down rival integration software player WebMethods.
Its terminal business is losing to Thomson and Bloomberg, and its online strategy makes no sense.
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