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Just 27 names make the cut, down from 48 last year, and 36 from my late September preview.
I am inclined to include only new names in the Active portfolio, unless there's a very compelling reason.
Only four of the 13 stocks in the 2020 Double Net Value Portfolio are up since its inception last December.
The best performer, not surprisingly, remains protective clothing name Lakeland Industries.
The 2020 Double Net Value Portfolio is outperforming a couple Russell value indices, but those aren't doing well.
Only three of the 12 names in the 2020 Double Net Value Portfolio are in positive territory since inception, with several down by double-digit percentages.
The 2020 Double Net Value Portfolio includes a half-dozen offenders from the previous iteration of the portfolio.
One thing is certain: Triple-nets are not a common investment hunting ground, but some may be the recipe for the next ETF.
I could not believe what I was seeing yesterday after Corning released first quarter earnings.
While key stocks in this market, they may not be effective leaders.
With expectations so low for ARLO, any signs of life could be rewarded. But for now I am watching from the sidelines.
Much remains unknown about how the 3-tier WarnerMedia streaming service that AT&T plans to launch will be branded and priced.
NTGR has weakened on the charts, but it has not broken decisively.
Here's how Amazon, Netgear, Pandora, Starbucks and Baidu have moved on recent reports.
Patrick Lo discusses NETGEAR's growth strategy and trends in wireless, networking and next-generation products.
With roughly a gazillion companies reporting tonight and tomorrow morning, there's plenty to watch -- here's what I'll be keeping an eye on.