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Credit Suisse gave clients its best trade ideas for the earnings season which begins this week.
"This report identifies companies where our analysts stand apart from the consensus view, companies where our analysis reveals opportunities that the market has not yet priced in," read Monday's note.
Analysts at the investment bank identified 10 contrarian ideas where they hold an out-of-consensus view from the rest of Wall Street, in regard to ratings, earnings projections and price targets.
Among these companies, they selected the best stories where they feel they have an edge and their conviction level is high.
Here are three of the stocks that made the cut: