Semiconductor stocks have been on fire in recent years, but Intel Corporation (Nasdaq: INTC) has mostly lagged behind smaller, high-growth competitors. However, now that negative headlines about Intel’s security issues have passed, analysts are warming up to the idea of Intel taking a turn leading the industry higher.
Snap Inc (NYSE: SNAP) stock surged more than 40 percent in the opening weeks of 2018, lifted by huge revenue and user beats in the fourth quarter. But the stock is already down more than 7 percent this week on concerns about the company’s recent app overhaul.
Home Depot Inc (NYSE: HD) stock moved slightly higher on Tuesday after the company reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings and revenue numbers and says it expects more of the same in 2018.
Walmart Inc (NYSE: WMT) was a clear leader among brick-and-mortar U.S. retailers through most of 2017, but the stock dropped more than 7 percent in pre-market trading Tuesday after the company’s latest earnings report showed Walmart dropped the ball in the critical holiday shopping season.
For months, all Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) analysts have talked about is the iPhone X and the potential for massive buybacks following the tax repatriation holiday. But even though investors still don’t have a crystal clear picture of the current iPhone cycle or Apple’s capital return plan, analysts are now saying it’s time for investors to start looking…
Tesla Inc (Nasdaq: TSLA) has taken a lot of heat on Wall Street for its inability to hit its Model 3 production targets. Unfortunately for Tesla bulls, the company still has a lot to prove even if it gets Model 3 production back on track in the first half of 2018.
Kraft Heinz Co (Nasdaq: KHC) stock slid more than 4 percent Friday after the food giant reported a fourth-quarter earnings miss driven by a persistently weak North American environment.
The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE: KO) once again demonstrated its ability to masterfully navigate a difficult environment and deliver earnings and revenue numbers that beat Wall Street expectations. Despite ongoing weakness in the North American beverage sales environment, Coca-Cola relied on pricing power and new products to drive its business in the fourth quarter.
The Netflix, Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) philosophy has always been to spend first and ask questions later. Netflix’s latest big investment announced this week is a new $300 million five-year contract with Hollywood producer Ryan Murphy, but Wall Street analysts have mixed reviews of the acquisition.
After a rough start to 2018, General Electric Company (NYSE: GE) stock is trading under $15 per share for the first time since 2011. Unfortunately for value investors looking to buy the dip, analysts still see too much risk to recommend taking a chance on GE.