1:45 p.m. New York time
I made a number of adjustments to two stock portfolios today.
Exited AMAT for $60.48 per share, a profit of $2.49. The position showed a 4.3% return over 19 days, or an 83% annual rate. The exit was triggered by analyst’s revisions to their assessments.
Exited CNNE for $37.17 per shares, a profit of $1.90. The position returned 5.4% over 52 days for a +38% annual rate.
I re-entered EBMT, whose trailing stop/loss was trigged yesterday by something rogue. The re-entry debit was $22.08 per share.
I added RS, which appeared on the screening, for a debit of $119.89 per share.
I exited GH for $77.64 a share, a $3.39 profit, after it ceased to qualify for the portfolio due to a lowering of Zacks assessment of the stock’s momentum, from A at entry down to C.
I added two symbols: BMY for a $63.73 per share debit, and INCY for a $92.12/share debit.
By Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, December 17, 2019
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