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The global macro events are still a headwind, but the company-specific news is good and getting better.
Despite Friday's poor jobs data, not all is negative, and earnings reports will clarify the picture.
As reporting season approaches, three main causes of recent weak economic data look much improved.
I will add to this media play on red day as the valuation is still attractive.
As the market tries to catch its breath after last week's rally, here are five new breakout trades for the week.
We continue to add to positions, given the positive economic reports and solid leadership from industrials.
We're adding to an ag, an oil producer and a media stock, and trimming a financial and a pharma.
Below the macro headlines, some data points indicate upside, and corporate earnings have so far been good.
Volatility is high and sentiment is low, but the good news is that stock valuations are very cheap.
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When macroeconomic data are negative, it's a good time to weigh individual companies' fundamentals.
I'm also keeping an eye on two other energy plays, so stay tuned.
We'll take profits in this health care stock and add to a technology holding on today's weakness.
We try to pick the best of breed at a good price and always practice diversification.
I'll also add to positions in a hotel chain and a media giant.
The hedge fund company refocuses its big bets on online media stocks.
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I'm taking profits in two big winners and redeploying the cash elsewhere in the fund.
I'll continue to build up two relatively new positions in the fund and look for spots to add elsewhere.
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In this volatile week, we took some gains and built up some smaller positions in the fund.
A portfolio should contain a combination of economically sensitive stocks and defensive ones.
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