10:55 a.m. New York time
I exited three provisions from my portfolio guided by analyst revisions and upgrades, and entered one two position, leaving funds to enter two positions on the table for later.
AEIS went for a $64.75 credit, a profit of $3.31 per share, producing a 5.4% return over three days, or a $655% annual rate.
AEL was sold for a $29.89 credit, a profit of 91 cents per share, producing a 3.1% return over 14 days for a +82% annual rate.
BMCH brought in a $29.50 credit, a profit of 26 cents per shore, producing a 0.9% return over 17 days for a 195 annual rate.
The new kid on the screen is IBP, which I entered for a debit of $71.70 per share.
By Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, December 6, 2019
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