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Fifteen of the 18 names in my 2021 Double Net Value Portfolio are in positive territory.
This tracking portfolio is comprised of companies that have three specific attributes.
Perhaps for the first time since I've been doing this annual experiment, all names are in positive territory.
The 2021 Double Net Value Portfolio has had a great first two months as small-cap stocks in general have been hot.
The aggregate return of the 2021 Double Net Value Portfolio one month since inception is outpacing a handful of Russell indices.
Eighteen stocks make the cut for the 2021 portfolio, which is comprised of seemingly cheap names relative to net current assets.
With 2 key strategies promising some hope for a turnaround, it's worth a shot to go with Macy's this holiday season.
A federal court ruling keeps Apple's money from patent trolls, but others wait to capitalize on all the tech giants.
The company is going to have to win additional cases to continue to justify the current valuation. By Tim Collins VirnetX Holding (VHC) has lived by the patent sword and died by the patent sword. The company just validated patents in the case agains...
I am also looking for some trades, but I want to stay selective and avoid being trapped when volume dries up.
The downtrend isn't over yet, so you might as well knock out some trades in the short term.
As we await the FOMC's interest rate decision, most of the market positioning has already been done.
Will more economic bad news prompt the Fed to roll out QE3 soon?
The market was expecting good results, so playing the reaction can be tricky.
Shrewd traders know that chance is a big part of trading -- but success comes from thoughtful management thereof.
When we don't have high levels of fear and greed we tend to move in random fashion.
Until the news headlines have less of an impact, individual stock picking won't matter much.
All it will take for the market to roll over very fast is for Greece to say it was just kidding.
So far, the selloff looks like just a reaction to the market's overbought condition.