Shares continue to fall on Monday after Friday's swift descent.
It was not a great year for this value portfolio, with only 5 stocks in positive territory for the year.
Many analysts advise buying the shares on weakness because it's attractively priced.
JNJ ended the day and week in a vulnerable position and we are seeing further weakness today.
The market appears to still be spooked by JNJ as shares are set to open at their lowest level since July amid the Reuters articles fallout.
While headline-chasing algorithms alter expected outcomes based on fundamental analysis, technical analysis remains valid.
Johnson & Johnson has survived some unfortunate news events in the past, but I would not take that as a good technical reason to hold the stock.
It is now time, after the recent fall, to consider the current risks still associated with holding AAPL's shares.
Top of mind for investors when considering Apple is the whipsaw relationship between the United States and China.
According to FactSet, a half-dozen analysts covering the apparel giant pulled back on price targets after its disappointing third-quarter release.