- Benzinga has examined the prospects for many investor favorite stocks over the past week.
- This past week’s bullish calls included the iPhone maker and other tech leaders.
- The leading EV maker and a top biotech were among the bearish calls.
economic news continued to be disappointing, prompting a Federal Reserve policy shift. It was also a week that saw a shakeup in the Dow Jones industrials, the result of a prominent stock split.” data-reactid=”23″>The big three U.S. stock indexes ended the past week higher, led by the more than 3% gain in the Nasdaq. Yet, economic news continued to be disappointing, prompting a Federal Reserve policy shift. It was also a week that saw a shakeup in the Dow Jones industrials, the result of a prominent stock split.
As usual, Benzinga continues to examine the prospects for many of the stocks most popular with investors. Here are some of this past week’s most bullish and bearish posts that are worth another look.
AAPL) has “a lot of gasoline left in the tank.”
CRM) has a COVID-19 tailwind and valuation upside.
MU) still has plenty going for it.
ROKU) analysts have been raising their estimates, according to Chris Katje’s “Roku Rallies On Bullish Analyst Projection For 125M Subscribers.”
For additional bullish calls, also have a look at Opportunity, Risk And Interest: What Benzinga Users Have To Say About Investing and Stifel Says Starbucks Will ‘Grind Higher’ To Per Share.
TSLA) is beyond overvalued, with underlying business fundamentals simply not supporting anything close to its current valuation.
NVAX). So says “Novavax Shares Down 40% From Early August Peak: What’s Behind The Weakness?” by Shanthi Rexaline.
Be sure to check out The So-Called ‘Buffett Indicator’ Hits All-Time High and September Outlook: Rally Faces Potential New Challenge From Pre-Election Nerves for additional bearish calls.
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