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The model portfolio ends the year fractionally higher as we look ahead to a slew of data to ring in the new year.
Stocks bounce back Friday on November jobs data, but finish the week lower to begin December.
U.S. stocks traded higher during the holiday-shortened week, as the market digested some positive economic news.
U.S. stocks resumed their winning ways this week, despite bad news from overseas and the latest FOMC minutes.
Amid a week of market corrections, we see compelling buying opportunities throughout the portfolio.
September-quarter bottom line met expectations while revenues fell short.
A handful of stocks in the portfolio posted double-digit percentage gains on better-than-expected earnings.
In a busy week of earnings for the portfolio, we added to two positions amid market volatility.
Most stocks in the portfolio registered gains, with several poised to report earnings in the coming week.
It largely was the calm before the earnings storm among stocks in the portfolio, though energy issues took hits.
A rebound in U.S. stocks helped several names in the model portfolio gain more than 10% for the week.
Most stocks in the portfolio sagged as the broader market also took a hit for the third straight week.
The most recent short interest data has been released by the NASDAQ for the 09/15/2015 settlement date, which shows a 2,591,419 share decrease in total short interest for Unilife Corp. , to 22,795,505, a decrease of 10.21% since 08/31/2015.
We used volatility this week to open a position in Kratos Defense and take some gains in Atmel.
With the Fed kerfuffle behind us, we scan the horizon for new names to add to the model portfolio.
We'll look for gradual product-sales growth in the coming quarters.
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.
Unilife (UNIS) shares are higher after the company announces it is exploring its strategic alternatives after a third-party expressed interest in the company.
Shares surge as company explores strategic alternatives.
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.
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