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  1. #81
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    Bought SWKS, DLTR, more VIV, more AAPL, and LPL from another strategy. I'm looking for the sentiment reading this week and buying on slightly down days expecting a strong finish to the month.

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    Selling all of my positions here on the good news. Noted losses for the day are GNTX and LPL both down 5%.

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    Here is the dump for this week:

    AMCX, UVE, AGM, DFS, PATK, WLK, GMLP, ELP, SBRA, PLBC, NWLI, HMLP, OZK, CM, CUBI, HOFT, THO, IBA, DKS, BMA, HURC, XIN, BXG, CNI, BDL, BMCH, COHR, GBX, BMO, ADS, SLM, WVVI, SWKS, CIO, AX, CIX, HCI,
    SNX, EXC, SLCA, ADM, CHL, JKS, PLNT, LTC, MTZ, NCLH, HGV, SUPV, MTX, AAPL, STZ, CBPX, CMCSA, DIS, CNXN, DTE, KHC, TSM, GEO, PRIM, PLAY, SFM

    Next I can calculate yields for each. Typically I want something 9% or higher (I'll disqualify any below 9). On top of that I will remove those with the highest debt:

    CM is the only one that passes these metrics. P/E of 10. Low debt. 4% Dividend. Steadily increasing sales and income. I'll buy a position when the market opens; will add if it goes lower.

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