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Stock Portfolio: Taking a Look at the 12 Month Charts

Given the current volatility of the Stock Market these past few months, it’s important to go back at least 12 months to check the overall growth (or decline) of any given stock.

My own portfolio has been suffering these doldrums of stagnation and fluctuation that has plagued the stock market (in general) in recent weeks.

I’m looking for a Bull Market to come later this year, but for now, it’s hard to see any improvement unless you look at the 12 month charts, which will show that many stocks are doing quite well.

Let’s take a look at the 12 month charts for my current positions. As the charts speak for themselves.

The charts are in order from the most profitable stock to the least profitable.

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Intuitive Surgical – $ISRG

12 Month Chart

52 week high: $594.89
52 week low: $467.26

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Visa – $V

12 Month Chart

52 week high: $162.77
52 week low: $111.94

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Sanofi – $SNY

12 Month Chart

52 week high: $49.56
52 week low: $33.03

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Exxon Mobil – $XOM

12 Month Chart

52 week high: $93.67
52 week low: $77.13

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Rentech – $RTK

12 Month Chart

52 week high: $3.18
52 week low: $1.60

. . . .

Sprint – $S

12 Month Chart

52 week high: $6.04
52 week low: $2.20

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National Grid – $NGG

12 Month Chart

52 week high: $58.03
52 week low: $49.55

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Apple – $AAPL

12 Month Chart

52 week high: $705.07
52 week low: $435.00

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Carlos Rull is a musician living in the San Diego area. His interests include Yoga, Eastern Philosophy, Zen Buddhism, and Gardening. He plays drums, piano, and composes New Age & Ambient music, and his albums are available on iTunes and Amazon.com.

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