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These are four very solid large cap semiconductor picks for investors to consider for 2018. All have backed up recently, mostly on end-of-the-year profit taking, and are offering some nice entry...
As we have noted many times, in a huge bull market run, when a sector gets hot there is only one thing that can push shares that are already extended even higher. And that is earnings growth.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Thursday include Adobe, Allergan, American Express, Baker Hughes, Nike, Northern Dynasty Minerals, Sprint and Wayfair.
24/7 Wall St. screened the Merrill Lynch research universe for semiconductor stocks that are rated Buy and look to have some solid upside potential. We found four that look very attractive now.
These five high-quality SMID momentum plays could be solid choices for aggressive accounts to add for the upcoming fourth quarter.
Analysts at JPMorgan make the case that while some sectors could be hurt by the coming shift to electric vehicles, others could be beneficiaries in a big way.
These five top companies all look to benefit from Samsung's continued success, and one analyst suggests aggressive tech investors should perhaps consider owning their shares.
While a new report from Deutsche Bank is cautious on semiconductors, the bank still stands by Broadcom, Intel, Microsemi, Maxim Integrated, and MaxLinear.
Top analysts on Wall Street are saying that the current semiconductor pullback may be an outstanding chance for investors to jump in and grab some of the best companies, especially with earnings on...
A new Deutsche Bank research report makes the case that the semiconductor vendors themselves are very positive about the four major areas of concern in what is a highly cyclical arena.
Friday’s top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Costco, Domino's Pizza, Fortinet, Verizon Communications and Yum Brands.
Five stocks are rated Top Picks at Deutsche Bank, and all make good sense for aggressive accounts looking to stay long the chip area.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Wednesday morning include Barrick Gold, Caterpillar, ConocoPhillips, PNC Financial, Tonix Pharmaceuticals and Spirit Realty.
Semiconductor stocks have had a wild ride in 2016.Now comes a new research call from the firm CLSA with a very mixed rating spectrum in the semiconductor space.
All these companies make good sense for investors looking to add quality chip companies to aggressive growth portfolios.