Wading Into a Couple New Positions

It's another dull start to the week. Tech just can't seem to get out of its own way, and momentum names are unable to maintain drives higher. Financial stocks are definitely carrying the heavy load so far on Monday. There are several great-looking big names in the sector, but I added a smaller stock today with a long position in Regions Financial (RF).

Regions still isn't exactly small, as its market capitalization stands near $14 billion. But, in terms of bank sizes, it isn't the "go-to" name. This is a half-position starter due to Regions shares' recent high at $10.46, which could get in the way of any significant breakout in the short term. However, right now there seems to be enough momentum to allow the stock to test those highs....265 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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