TWELVE o’clock TUESDAY – Stock Market Report by Robert Holman | The DefensiveAdvisor.com | September
BULLISH … rating of 6 (0 - 4 is bearish, 5 is neutral, 6 - 10 is bullish). Still cautious.
CVS - Our position was just not working out, so I sold it at a -10.5% loss to have more cash available to purchase better stocks. Wall Street analysts valued the company favorably at the following prices --- $73, $80, $68, $102, $104, and $90, (an average of $86) --- since its 8/5 better-than-expected 2nd quarter financial results. However, the stock just did not respond positively afterwards, so I felt it was time to move on. Who knows when CVSs additional value will be realized?
REPEAT FROM LAST WEEK – “More good news is that the market always presents new opportunities. We will move into another stock soon that will give us nice upside potential.”
MY OPINION ON TECH STOCKS – For the last 2-3 weeks, tech stocks rose in price so fast that many were above their sustainable upper-range valuation. In my view, they have now fallen to their mid-range valuations. I believe we are at the area where the swift, steep selloff will end -- sometime this week – and price stabilization to occur on these powerful growth stocks.
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