|Day Low/High||21.51 / 22.16|
|52 Wk Low/High||20.25 / 46.83|
These 12 companies likely saw their shares hurt by tax-loss selling at the end of 2018, but most are outperforming the market so far this year.
A rising market obviously doesn't hurt these issues that were hammered in 2018, but most also are outperforming a couple key market indices.
So far nine are in positive territory, and are up an average of just over 11%.
With eight of the 12 names in positive territory so far, up an average of 3.2%, they are off to a decent start.
I will be providing occasional updates on the 12 names, and it should be an interesting ride.
Let's review the charts and indicators to see how cautious we need to be.
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We took advantage of weakness in 2 key names this week to scale deeper into those positions.
With 7 positions set to report this week, we purposely stayed on the sidelines over the last few days.
The humanization of pets has sent spending soaring, which has some pet-related stock seeing major benefits.
Shares of GlaxoSmithKline are up a pleasant 5% in 2016 and it currently sports a healthy 6.5% dividend yield.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer likes two names in the family entertainment space and would buy Dollar Tree at current levels and thinks J.M. Smucker is a way to play pet food.
Internet retail is the future of shopping. Purchasing items online is convenient for consumers and it's no surprise e-commerce sales continue to grow.
The way to make money in stocks is to pick businesses that deliver positive returns.
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With dividend tax rates likely to increase in 2013, cash-rich companies ought to consider returning some of excess to shareholders.
It may be a so-so company, but the dividend is 6% and the stock is trading at a great price.
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Being prepared to pounce when the market acts irrationally is a good way to ensure above-average investment results.
These two companies are ripe for takeovers as M&A activity appears likely to heat up.
The stock is showing institutional buying interest, and will remain attractive so long as this key level holds.