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Planet Fitness, a $5.7 billion gym operator, has a business model that resembles e-commerce giant Amazon's, according to Jefferies. The bank upgraded the stock to buy from hold.
Netflix is up more than 50 percent from its December lows, and William Blair said its rocket ride has more room to run, seeing another 22 percent gain this year.
Defense stocks have delivered stronger performance despite smaller earnings beats this reporting season compared to prior quarters, making J.P. Morgan believe the sector is "finding its footing."
Jefferies upgraded BlackRock to buy from hold on Tuesday, saying its valuation provides a "rare" entry point.
Earnings estimates are coming down fast, but that shouldn't stop investors from picking up stocks, AB Bernstein says.
UBS upgraded Teva to buy from neutral, saying its shares are "too cheap to ignore." Piper Jaffray also brought Teva's rating up a notch to neutral from underweight.
As the earnings season continues to turn up big winners, Morgan Stanley offers its high conviction trades.
UBS initiated its rating for CVS Health at buy on Thursday, saying the opportunity is "too good to pass up."
For the first time in six years, Citigroup now has a buy rating on all four FANG stocks.
Sears Holdings' liquidation would free up as much as $11 billion, a bigger free lunch than what Toy "R" Us' demise brought.
Jefferies put together a list of its top picks in the internet industry for 2019, seeing as much as a 40 percent upside with some stocks.
Stocks have bounced back from their multi-year lows and valuations have reached an attractive level for the first time in years, but investors still can't go all in.
Disney, Procter & Gamble and AT&T made Bank of America's list of high-conviction ideas for the first quarter in 2019.
AB Bernstein downgraded technology stocks to "market weight" from "modest overweight" on high valuations and trade tensions.
Facebook, Amazon and Twitter are J.P. Morgan's top three tech stock picks for 2019.
Investors looking for a good deal in the bruised technology sector may be best served in U.S. software companies, according to analysis at UBS.
The U.S. still has some gas left in the tank, according to Fundstrat Global Advisors.
Jeffrey Saut, chief investment strategist at Raymond James, said he sees value in old tech names like Microsoft and Intel.
Bill Nygren, portfolio manager at Oakmark Funds, comments on Google's fine for stifling competition in the online advertisement sector.