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These five well-known stocks from the Raymond James Analysts Current Favorites list are not overextended and overbought, and they look like very good ideas for growth investors looking to reset...
Here are 13 other companies that should seriously entertain splitting their stocks. Splits are of course a gimmick, but the stock market usually rewards companies for splitting their stocks.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Apple, BioNTech, Intel, Microsoft, Nio, Oracle, Peloton Interactive, and Williams-Sonoma.
Parts retailer AutoZone posted big fourth-quarter beats on both the top and bottom lines, which helped lift the shares early Tuesday.
24/7 Wall St. has previewed Nike, Rite Aid and some of the other key companies expected to report quarterly results this week.
After Friday's close, two very high-profile stock splits are taking place. 24/7 Wall St. thinks there are some other stocks that could and should split their shares in their wake.
Car parts retailer AutoZone said Thursday that it plans to hire 20,000 people at its U.S. stores and distribution centers.
After two very high-profile stock splits, the time is ripe for many other well-known, actively traded stocks to announce stock splits. We have some ideas who might be next.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included ANGI Homeservices, Carnival, Chegg, Clorox, Crocs, Dish Network, Etsy, Intercept Pharmaceuticals, Micron Technology, Okta, Seattle Genetics,...
AutoZone reported better than expected fiscal third-quarter financial results before the markets opened on Tuesday.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AbbVie, American Electric Power, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Arconic, Baidu, Best Buy, Co-Diagnostics, Cree, Exelon, Home Depot, NRG Energy,...
These five stocks could be big winners if the recovery is U-shaped and we trade sideways for a while before turning higher. They also have had substantial insider buying recently, a good sign for...
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AMC, American Express, Apache, Apple, Beyond Meat, BP, Charles Schwab, CSX, General Motors, Pinterest, Walt Disney and Wingstop.
Monday's top analyst calls included AGNC Investment, Altria, BP, Broadcom, Caterpillar, Exxon Mobil, FedEx, Hess, Nvidia and Occidental Petroleum.
24/7 has put together a list of the few companies in the S&P 500 that were not just weathering Monday’s storm but actually posting gains.