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On June 11th, The Negotiator thought Western Union (WU) was headed north and said “This is a sector that’s ripe for consolidation. I like this stock on any pull back.”
But word that Wal-Mart (WMT) might be edging in on Western Union's turf with a new financial services arm sent shares south, down 7%.
Today Guy still likes Western Union and doesn’t think WMT will have a negative impact on WU’s business.
On June 5th, The Lone Wolf recommended an old favorite. He said “(At) Gymboree (GYMB) they baby the dad, the babies; I think you can play with them. Love the CEO.”
But shares weren’t feeling the love from The Street; they’re down 6% on a downgrade.
Today Jeff says long term GYMB will be just fine, although he doesn’t love retail over the summer.
And finally, The Ambassador went for this metals maker. On June 15th he said, “Titanium metals (TIE) is the largest producer in North America. Titanium’s going up.” But shares of Titanium Metals melted, down 6% since the call
Today Tim says demand is still strong for titanium and recommends staying with TIE.
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