Analyst Upgrades

Two holdouts against the run-up in Tesla stock this year have finally lifted both their ratings and price targets. Each had his own reasons for the change of heart.
Analysts at Credit Suisse still see lots of upside in gold and the key gold-mining stocks. The firm even has referred to the recent sell-off as a "transient pullback."
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AES, Applied Materials, Bloom Energy, Chimera Investment, Co-Diagnostics, FirstEnergy, Home Depot, Marriott, Target, Tesla and Walmart.
The third quarter is already half over. These five top energy picks from Goldman Sachs look like good ideas for investors wanting to add some energy exposure as they reset for what could be a very...
It can be confusing to investors when operating companies that sell to companies and to the public have a differing view than the capital spending (capex) companies which supply the industry. And...
While analysts were fairly positive on Cisco's fiscal fourth-quarter financial results, the weaker-than-expected guidance did pull targets down.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Charter Communications, Cisco Systems, Deere, FedEx, Lyft, Micron Technology, Nvidia, Occidental Petroleum, Ping Identity and Voya Financial.
With the seasonally weak time for the market around the corner and a host of reasons that could bring a sizable market pullback at any time, aggressive investors may want to consider small short-sale...
Investors may want to consider rotating to these are five top stocks from the BofA Securities US 1 list from the overbought and very pricey tech sector and overall momentum growth arena.
BofA Securities reiterated its Buy rating raised its price objective on Occidental Petroleum after the company posted a solid operational quarter.
24/7 Wall St. has compiled a list of some speculative biotech plays that could see gains of up to 300% in the coming months.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Bed Bath & Beyond, Booking, Carvana, Electronic Arts, EOG Resources, Honeywell, Intercontinental Exchange, Livongo Health, Nucor, Seres...
It is pretty clear that a defensive rotation already has started, and investors may want to consider rotating to these five top stocks from the overbought and very pricey tech sector.
On Monday, Wedbush Securities reiterated an official Outperform rating on Apple. The firm's Daniel Ives also raised the price target to $515, above what had been a street-high target.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Albermarle, Apple, Consolidated Edison, Etsy, GoHealth, Hecla Mining, NortonLifeLock, Pinterest, Switch and T-Mobile.