10:20 a.m. New York time
Some sell signals on my Robinhood shares account: QAT and WEAT. That gave me four slots to fill, which I did. Here’s the new line-up, with XLV being a hold-over:
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QAT, out at $17.93, producing a -0.4% (7 cents) loss over 2 days, or a -71% annual rate.
WEAT, out at $5.34, producing a -2.65 (14 cents) loss over 2 days, or a -466% annual rate.
Here’s a write-up on the methodology.
By Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, July 31, 2019
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