In a new report, Pacific Crest analyst Andy Hargreaves previewed what he believes will be a tough earnings report for Apple shareholders.
Microsoft has started off strong again this week, surging more than 2.6 percent in late-day trading on Monday. Without any major news, Microsoft shareholders now find themselves up 7.9 percent in the past five trading days and 15.4 percent since the Black Monday crash on August 24.
Shares of 8Point3 Energy are down 41.7 percent from their opening share price following the solar company’s summer IPO back in June. However, ROTH Capital Partners maintains its positive outlook for the stock. In a new report, analyst Philip Shen explained why he believes traders should be buying the dip.
Many specialty pharmaceutical stocks have been hit hard recently on fears surrounding the potential for major reforms in drug pricing regulation. However, according to Leerink analyst Jason Gerberry, the majority of investor fears are unwarranted.
With market uncertainty and concern over the remaining longevity of the bull market growing, Oppenheimer analyst Timothy Horan recently took a look at risk levels among communication and cloud stocks.
On Monday, Whitney Tilson, founder and Managing Partner of Kase Capital Management, published a new article on Seeking Alpha focusing on Lumber Liquidators. Despite the huge plunge in the company’s share price, Tilson believes that the stock has plenty of room to the downside and has maintained a large portion of his short position.
In a new report, Fundstrat analyst Thomas Lee looks for buying opportunities in the beaten-down healthcare sector. Lee believes the selloff has dragged down some quality stocks to prices low enough for traders to pull the trigger.
Morgan Stanley is once again slashing its forecast for upstream spending in the oil industry. However, despite the pricing weakness, analyst Ole Slorer believes that risk in many oil services and drilling equipment stocks is currently skewed to the upside.
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In a new report, Morgan Stanley analyst Takeshi Yamaguchi looked at the latest economic numbers out of Japan heading into October. It’s no secret that Asian rival China has been dealing with economic struggles in recent months, but has the weakness spilled over to Japan?
Mergermarket just released its global M&A report for the first three quarters of 2015. Here’s a breakdown of the key findings.