Taking Wing With Universal Display

Equities are a bit jumpy again this morning, although we've seen a little recovery from the early morning selloff, which was driven by the rumor of Gary Cohn resigning his position as Trump's chief economic advisor. The market's reaction, though, is starting to show a change of character that we haven't seen for quite some time. This was the very reason we'd been cutting positions and limiting risk. 

This is also a time to focus on best-of-breed. My focus today is on Universal Display (OLED) and its organic light-emitting diodes. This is the best-of-breed name in the television and smartphone screen markets. The company already supplies LG and Samsung, the largest players in those markets, respectively....208 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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