Monday’s additional top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Blend Labs, Crocs, Gold Fields, Hologic, Leslie’s, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, Quest Diagnostics and Welltower.
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24/7 Wall St. screened the BofA Securities technology coverage universe looking for Buy-rated semiconductor stocks offering great entry points. Aggressive investors should be looking at these four...
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Applied Materials, Beyond Meat, Clorox, KB Home, Kraft Heinz, NetApp, Roku and Under Armour.
Three memory chip stocks are rated Outperform at RBC, and all make sense for aggressive accounts looking to own the shares before third-quarter earnings come in.
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24/7 Wall St. screened the Merrill Lynch technology research universe looking for technology stocks trading at reasonable valuations that pay solid dividends. These four fit the bill nicely.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Thursday included American Eagle Outfitters, Facebook, Nutrisystem, Pfizer, Roku, SeaWorld, Valero Energy and Zynga.
These five tech laggards have big upside to the Merrill Lynch price targets and also offer investors perhaps a more comfortable entry point.
Here are five very solid contrarian stock plays, including two tech ideas. All are rated Buy at Merrill Lynch and other analysts.
These five tech giants have big upside to their Merrill Lynch price targets and also offer investors perhaps a more comfortable entry point.
These four top tech stocks have big upside to the Merrill Lynch price targets and also offer investors perhaps a more comfortable entry point.
These three top technology companies could see a direct benefit of the solid gains at Dell Technologies. Their stocks make good sense for growth portfolios with a higher degree of risk tolerance.
These five top stocks are reasonable compared to some of the other high-flying ones, and they would make good additions to growth accounts looking to add more equity exposure for the rest of 2018.
These five stocks offer investors value characteristics, are overlooked by managers, but also look very well positioned for 2018.