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Analysts Have 5 Key Tech Stocks to Buy Ahead of Earnings Season

The markets were looking strong on Tuesday ahead of earnings season. That said, the strength on Tuesday was far less broad than that seen on Monday. While some ongoing trade ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: CBS, Disney, Regions Financial, Salesforce, T-Mobile and Many More

The futures traded down again Thursday morning, and it appears that the back and forth trading on Wednesday wore down investors. Once again, the trade and tariff issues were cited ...
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Why Salesforce Earnings Are So Great

When Salesforce.com Inc. (NYSE: CRM) reported its most recent quarterly results late on Tuesday, the company said it had $0.74 in earnings per share (EPS) and $3.01 billion in revenue. ...
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What to Watch For in the Salesforce Q1 Report

Salesforce.com Inc. (NYSE: CRM) will report its fiscal first-quarter financial results after the markets closed on Tuesday. Thomson Reuters consensus estimates call for $0.46 in earnings per share (EPS) on ...
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Costco, Dollar General, HP and More Major Earnings Coming This Week

The U.S. broad markets took a small step forward this week, as the main part of earnings season has come to a close. Although most companies already have reported earnings, ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: AGCO, American Water Works, Carbonite, Cheniere, Comcast, Northrup Grumman, Salesforce and More

Stocks were up on Monday but in Tuesday's premarket were soft and looking for direction ahead of the president's decision on the Iran nuke deal. The trend of endless buying ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Agilent, Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Citigroup, Facebook, JPMorgan, Mattel, Netflix and More

Stocks surged on Tuesday as trade war fears abated, but tweets about sending missiles at Syrian targets and the Russia implications had futures lower on Wednesday. The bull market is ...
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Stifel Says 3 Red-Hot Software Stocks Are Serious Takeover Candidates

The software industry has been on a wild ride this year, and it’s safe to stay that some of the newfound volatility is here to stay. With that in mind, ...
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5 Software Stocks Expected to Outperform in Q2

After starting out the year absolutely on fire, the software segment did slow down as volatility, valuations and just plain profit-taking ate into some of the huge early gains. The ...
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Merrill Lynch Makes Huge Semiconductor Addition to US 1 List

With earnings reporting for the first quarter right around the corner, many top Wall Street firms we follow are making some changes to the lists of their high-conviction stock picks for ...
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Dropbox Sets IPO Terms, Whittles Valuation by Up to 20%

Cloud-based storage and data sharing unicorn Dropbox has filed an amended Form S1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) setting terms for the company's initial public offering (IPO). The ...
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Merrill Lynch Adds Red-Hot Tech Stock to US 1 List

With the first-quarter earnings reporting for the most part over, many of the top companies we follow on Wall Street are making some changes to the lists of their high-conviction ...
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5 Tech Stocks to Buy Now as Nasdaq Leadership Continues

When you have the kind of paralyzing month that the markets presented to investors in February, everybody starts to doubt the strength that has been present for years, and with ...
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Salesforce.com: Why Analysts and Investors Can’t Get Enough

Salesforce.com Inc. (NYSE: CRM) released its most recent quarterly results after the markets closed last Wednesday. This firm is known for having one of the most ridiculous multiples on Wall ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: AutoZone, Glaukos, Itron, Leidos, Lowe’s, Salesforce, Shopify, Toyota and More

The stock market has seen its first monthly drop in some time, with the Dow Jones industrial average losing about 4% in February. Stocks were indicated lower on Thursday ahead ...
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