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E Varonis: A Cybersecurity Stock Set To Rally
Varonis is transitioning from perpetual licenses to a subscription-based model. This is quite similar to what many others have done, yet the stock has been crushed. We believe a rally in shares continues, as the addressable market is sizable.
Is The Bitcoin Rally For Real?
Bitcoin has again rocketed up past $4,000 per bitcoin, giving fresh hope to long-suffering investors who have been stuck in a bear market for over a year—the second weekend in a row the bitcoin price has rallied. But will it last?
E This Specialty Oil Play Is Unique And Is Poised To Move Higher
We believe HollyFrontier Corporation shares are undervalued, and have been buying in a pyramid style fashion on the way down, while also owning some protective puts which have given profit. This is a specialty play in a niche market. We are bullish.
E What We'd Pay For Hershey
We'd love a 3.5% yield, but this would require a decline into the mid-$80s for HSY stock. Should the market tank, this could happen, and a defensive stock like Hershey would be much more attractive. $82 is the price we would pay for this stock.
E CarMax In 2019
Carmax has been a great vehicle for trading, while investments in the last year or so have mostly moved sideways. In either case however, we think the name is set to move higher and getting shares here at $58.01 is great proposition.
E A Perspective About Tiffany & Co.
We continue to like the name long-term, but shares are a bit ahead of themselves for a new purchase. Given the historic volatility in the name however, we believe that you will get the chance buy shares in the luxury retailer in the future.
E Applied Materials Is A Buy
We believe any time Applied Materials dips under $50 the name is a buy. Shares are facing pressure over ongoing concerns with China, and outlook concerns, despite the outlook being positive. We like what we see from a technical and fundamental view.
E Nuance: A Powerhouse Mean Reversion Buy
Nuance is an artificial intelligence company that is transitioning to focus on its flagship Dragon Drive AI system. This is a mean reversion trade. The fundamentals will improve, but from a technical perspective, this trade looks to set up nicely.
E Buy Jounce For A Bounce
Jounce Therapeutics announced it will present data at the ASCO conference for its candidate JTX-2011, and the Street interpreted the abstract negatively. We see this selloff as an overreaction, and one we can take a gamble on.
E Amedica: Buy For A Bounce
The stock flew on solid scientific news, probably too high. Now it has pulled back almost to where it started after raising cash, we think is a significant overreaction, so we are playing a mean reversion bounce.
Stock Sell-Off Steepens
It’s a broad sell-off, with every S&P 500 in the red. Worst hit are the financial names (XLF -2.3%), led by 2.5% declines for Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and Morgan Stanley (all of which reported their Q1s last month).
E Should You Raise Cash?
A well-diversified portfolio that pays dividends will almost always deliver long-term annualized returns and unless you are a successful trader, holding and/or buying more during temporary market pullbacks is a winning strategy.
E Tanger Realty Is A Dividend Champ
Tanger realty is a bit over its 52-week lows, but we think there is still plenty of value in this dividend champion. Yes, we know mall REITs are struggling.
Why Acacia Communications And Lumentum Holdings Are Cratering
Shares of Acacia Communications and Lumentum Holdings are both falling hard today. This is because one of their largest potential customers, China’s ZTE, has been banned.
E Targeting The Greenbrier Companies For A Bad Beat Investment
Based on earnings that are projected to grow about 32% this year thanks to tax reform, and at $40 per share the price-to-earnings ratio would be about 8.9, with a price-to-earnings growth ratio of 0.27.
Thoughts On Bed Bath And Beyond Here
With Babies R’ us going out of business along with Toys R Us, we expect that the company will indeed get a boost in its Buy Buy Baby line.
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