A embraer (EMBR3) was the only stock maintained by the Empiricus Investimentos during the update recommended wallet weekly. the manufacturer of aircraft was a positive highlight of the portfolio in the week, with the share advancing more than 7% in the period.
Filipe Fradinho, responsible for the formation of the portfolio, says that Embraer’s stock continues with no landing forecast after it broke the high channel of recent months.
“The asset continues the ignition pattern of last Friday and should now seek the region of R$ 22”, says the analyst.
Fradinho points out that Embraer is a defensive asset, with protection against the Brazil risk, since more than half of its sales go abroad.
Despite the appreciation of Embraer shares, the weekly portfolio of Empiricus Investimentos fell 2.93% in the week, pressured mainly by the shares of Sequoia (SEQL3), which retreated 10%, and cyrela (CYRE3), with losses of 6.77%. In the same period, the Ibovespa fell 1.57%.
For the week of March 20th to 24th, in addition to Embraer, the Empiricus Investimentos portfolio gained Iguatemi (IGTI11), JBS (JBSS3), TIM (TIMS3) It is WEG (WEGE3).
According to Fradinho, Iguatemi, which had been operating sideways, closed on Friday above resistance
dynamic for the third time in a row, “something unheard of for 2023”.
JBS stock, on the other hand, appears to be in a short-term trend reversal from bearish to bullish after the lows at the turn of January into February.
About WEG, Fradinho says that the stock seems to have “woken up” at the end of February and is aiming for a new increase. Same thing for TIM.
“At the beginning of March, the paper [da TIM] rested healthy after accumulating more than 17% in this recent recovery. The asset should continue to rise, continuing the movement, ”she says.
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