The holdings that drove the model’s growth.
Money management is always full of second guessing, and I am no exception.
Patience has started to resolve whatever questions investors have with this model.
Corelogic and Digital Globe reported better-than-expected earnings and that bodes well for this Covestor model.
Management reported earnings in May and I finally heard a tone that makes me think they are on the right track.
If you ever look at cable ratings for television programs, Spongebob Squarepants is consistently in the top 20.
I believe 2012 could prove quite interesting for several of this model’s holdings.
February was a good month for the model as a few of the companies saw a modest rise in their stock prices.
Management at Gigamedia always keeps it interesting.
Eventually stock performance should mirror business results.
We’ve seen its depressive side and its euphoric optimism, all in the span of six months.
One of the keys to trying to be successful in the stock market is sticking with things, not just when it is going well, but also when times are tough.