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Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alphabet, Citigroup, Facebook, Lennar, Netflix, NextEra, Nvidia, Nike, Pinterest, Roku and Snap.
Alphabet has several large operations that might be spun out if the government presses for a partial breakup of the company. These are the three most likely candidates.
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.
The pandemic may not have killed the traditional movie industry, but it has wounded it beyond repair.
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.
Tesla's announced five-for-one stock split, combined with an earlier four-for-one split at Apple, may persuade a few of the other high-flying tech stocks to make a similar move.
COVID-19 has hit Disney so hard that its market cap has dropped to less than $215 billion. Netflix now has a market cap near $225 billion.
These four top Jefferies growth stock picks all offer investors strength in their specific industries and the ability to generate some significant portfolio alpha.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Advanced Micro Devices, Cloudflare, Dell Technologies, Lending Tree, Netflix, Tractor Supply, Twilio and Under Armour.
The latest surge in Netflix subscribers was bad news for rivals. Battered startup Quibi may not be able to handle the strain.
After markets closed Thursday, streaming video giant Netflix reported $1.59 in earnings per share (EPS) and $6.15 billion in revenue, compared with consensus estimates that called for $1.81 in EPS...
Netflix had great success as the spread of COVID-19 kept millions of Americans inside their homes. Now the number of confirmed cases has started to rise again, and Netflix has a second opportunity to...
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Automatic Data Processing, GrowGeneration, Hilton Worldwide, Lululemon Athletica, Lyft, Netflix, Spotify, Tesla, Twitter, Visa and Wayfair.
24/7 Wall St. has picked out a handful of stocks that are the biggest winners from the pandemic thus far. Analysts are incredibly bullish on them all.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alphabet,, Apple, Disney, DuPont, Halliburton, Moderna, Phillips 66, Sunrun, Teladoc and more.