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As we wrap up the third quarter, we will closely monitor our model portfolio holdings during the earnings pre-announcement window.
BlackBerry's big shortfall hits InterDigital's IP license sales.
The trends point to more upside ahead, so consider buying these names on weakness.
We are keeping an eye out for new opportunities but we made no changes to the model portfolio this week and we remain confident in our holdings.
TRW Automotive Holdings was a winner within the automotive industry, rising $0.74 (1.1%) to $70.73 on light volume
As volatility in the market increased this week, we did not make any adjustments to the model portfolio.
The autos-tires-trucks sector is the most overvalued sector. Given my underweight sector rating, it's time to book some profits.
Amid this week's reports of improved global macroeconomic news, we took profits in two model portfolio names ahead of their earnings calls.
Bryan Ashenberg answers a subscriber's question about one model portfolio name's recent performance.
During a week that tested the market's resiliency several times, we added shares to one model portfolio position on weakness.
It was a quiet week for the model portfolio, as the market took a beating from mixed economic data, earnings disappointments and weak retail sales.
We made several adjustments to the model portfolio this week, trimming three positions and adding shares to one other.
This week, Bryan Ashenberg answers one subscriber's question about calling a bottom in a stock.
This company's private equity investor is selling its shares in a secondary offering, which could produce a buying opportunity.
It was a quiet week for the model portfolio as we digested several earnings results and various economic data reports.
TRW Automotive Holdings was a winner within the automotive industry, rising $1.05 (1.4%) to $73.31 on average volume
We took advantage of the earnings season volatility to make several adjustments to the model portfolio this week.
This auto parts name is set to report quarterly earnings Tuesday; it should benefit from the positive reports from Europe.
TRW Automotive Holdings was a winner within the consumer goods sector, rising $0.85 (1.2%) to $69.51 on average volume
Investors in TRW Automotive Holdings Corp saw new options begin trading this week, for the September 21st expiration. At Stock Options Channel, our YieldBoost formula has looked up and down the TRW options chain for the new September 21st contracts and identified one put and one call contract of particular interest.
Earnings season got off to a strong start for our model portfolio and we added shares to two positions this week.
We are seeing signs of improvement in European vehicle production, which could have a positive effect on this name.
Ahead of earnings season kicking off for the model portfolio, we closed out two positions and initiated one new holding.
We added a new position to the model portfolio this week and also built up one holding and trimmed another.
Most of the names in the sector have reasonable valuations and could move higher.
TRW Automotive Holdings (NYSE:TRW) hit a new 52-week high Friday as it is currently trading at $68.40, above its previous 52-week high of $68.38 with 585,519 shares traded as of 1:55 p.m. ET. Average volume has been 943,400 shares over the past 30 days.
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