Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Friday: UBS upgrades MongoDB to buy from neutral UBS said the cloud database company has a competitive advantage over peers. " MongoDB is benefiting directly from the mega-trend to build new applications using a micro-services architecture, solidifying our view that MongoDB is a play on the apps modernization mega-trend." Read more about this call here. Morgan Stanley reiterates Tesla as overweight Morgan Stanley reiterated its overweight rating on the automaker after Elon Musk tweeted that he was "Working on master plan part 3." The firm said in a note to clients that it sees "Part 3 as mass industrialization, a network flywheel and 'connecting the dots' across adjacent TAMs." "In short, if Tesla' s share price were to multiply from here, we believe it will have rather little to do with the core business of making and selling cars in the traditional model so familiar to auto analysts." Citi adds Lam Research to the focus list Citi added the semiconductor and wafer fabrication company to its focus list, saying it sees an attractive risk-reward outlook for the stock. "We are adding Lam to the US Focus List, which is reserved for stock's that screen attractive on ETR (estimated total return), valuation, consensus crowding and risk-reward." Baird reiterates Nike as outperform Baird said the risk-reward outlook for Nike is improving heading into earnings next week. "While NKE was a lower-conviction Outperform-rated idea entering 2022, we believe sentiment increasingly embeds global macro concerns. We expect NKE to deliver in-line or better FQ3 results and to express a positive view of category demand.