Rockwell Collins (COL) essentially met our $112.00.00 per share upside target, which was first mentioned in our December 2nd 2016 report entitled Rockwell Collins (COL) Resuming Its 2011 Advance? (access requires subscription), by trading as high as $111.11 per share on July 14th before backing off of that level since then. The stock declined into our $109.01 stop this morning to capture a $13.84 per share, 15% advance in a little over 7 months.
COL outperformed the S&P 500 (SPX) by 1.8% during the same period.
Here is the chart that appeared in our December 2nd report.
Here is the updated version of that chart through this morning.
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