I sold 20 shares of DE for $89.48 per share in my Traditional IRA (W) account. Cash relieved $1822.05 – Acquisition cost $1740.75 = Profit $81.3. I have 0 share left in this account. The selling is part of the efforts to reduce froth and volatile stocks.
I read somewhere that copper is a key indicator of recovery and economic activities, or something like that. However, today JJC is at 2.95/lb, the weakest level since the summer of 2010. So what does that mean? Hopefully things will turn south after I will have sold all the stocks that I planned to sell.