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The 2021 Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio gave up ground over the last month yet continues to outperform key indices.
The 2021 Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio gave up a bit of ground over the last month but still is solidly outperforming two major indices.
While the stock split may signal confidence from the management side to investors, I don't generally see reverse splits as positive.
The 2021 Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio gave ground over the last month but continues to perform far better than the S&P 500.
Over time the portfolio has provided some fairly solid results, and so far, so good with this year's version.
The 2021 Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio didn't do much in April but is soundly beating the market six months after inception.
The 2021 Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio is killing it, which makes it tempting to shut it down and harvest the profits, but we'll let the experiment roll on.
There's a whole lotta lovin' going around this name.
The rise in retail has been a tailwind for the portfolio.
There is one standout performer among this portfolio of a dozen stocks that struggled last year, but most haven't moved all that much after just a month.
AER, GIII, SBH, and PSXP make the cut.
GE jumped on Monday, but how long can buyout rumors buoy the beleaguered stock?
GE's rumored sale of its aviation services unit could be a short-term solution to a long-term problem.
Just because they're not in an index doesn't mean they can't be winners.
Firms' 13F filings show how they've followed in the footsteps of the father of value investing.
Use the stock's typical volatility and wait for a market or industry pullback to buy shares in this range.
An unanimous deal was reportedly reached between Greece and eurozone leaders on terms of another bailout.
Using asset value and F-scores can uncover some great opportunities.
Whether the market goes higher or not, it's time to consider going short. Three stocks top my list of candidates.