CNBC "Halftime Report" investor Jim Lebenthal dumped his shares of Lockheed Martin for his CNBC PRO model portfolio 10 days after buying them in the wake of a critical Donald Trump tweet against the company.
The CEO of Lebenthal Asset Management is up 33 percent this year and is not taking any chances with about a week left in the competition. He came out about even on the quick trade.
Earlier this month, the president-elect criticized the costs of Lockheed Martin's F-35 program on Twitter, knocking the defense company's shares.
Lebenthal explained why he's selling the shares now: