I take advantage of a widening valuation disparity to switch horses, selling my Genesco at a tidy profit and moving that money into Foot Locker.
Strong commodity prices offer a good exit point.
It is with some regret that I sell my Cervus Equipment shares into the recent takeover offer.
In this bizarre feast or famine covid economy, I bypass many of the more obvious winners and instead add a covid casualty to the portfolio, hoping that a reopening of the economy will fuel a recovery in this company’s fortunes.
A 300% gain from this alternative lender puts it on the plus side of the ledger.
Kohl’s stock has performed very well in the 4 months that I’ve owned it and may have already priced in a good portion of its presumed post-covid recovery. Given the uncertainty that still surrounds this company, the economy and the fate of the department store model in general, I decided to take my profits early.
Unpleasant news from both these companies has me re-thinking my exposure to these speculative growth stories and selling out at a loss.
I get my hands dirty with a manufacturing company and use some recent share price strength to take profits on two of my existing holdings.
I move to the sidelines as the company invests more heavily in its cannabis 2.0 future.
I take a comprehensive look at the retail sector in the United States. In the end, two new names enter the portfolio and four existing holdings get the boot.
A play on natural gas finds its way into the portfolio and I bid adieu to an old friend.
First quarter results that came in below my expectations have me rethinking my position in this company.
The combination of a quick return on my initial investment and a rapidly deteriorating industry outlook prompts me to beat a hasty retreat.
In for a penny, in for a pound. I go all-in on the clothing sector with the purchase of G-III Apparel.
I make the difficult decision to sell Urban Outfitters as I try to adjust the portfolio to best take advantage of this new investment environment.
Showing up fashionably late to the pot party.
People are always going to want a clean pair of underwear. With that in mind, I took advantage of the recent market sell-off to add this global manufacturing powerhouse to my portfolio.
To make room in the portfolio for Tilly’s, I decided to sell off my position in Big Lots.
A balance sheet stuffed to the brim with cash encourages me to tempt fate and add yet another retailer to the portfolio even as we head into what is looking like a possible retail Armageddon.
Harsh customer reviews prompted me to take what profits I could on this evolving online marketing company.