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Roku's stock presents a compelling buying opportunity, according to Wedbush Securities, which upgraded the video streaming company to outperform from neutral on Thursday.
Investors should buy shares of Tesla, Molina Healthcare and Agilent Technologies because they will get a boost from their upcoming earnings reports, analysts at Morgan Stanley said in a note.
Morgan Stanley analyst Brian Nowak reaffirmed his bullish stance on Amazon, noting robotics will offset higher wage costs down the road. Nowak also said Amazon will report better-than-expected earnings.
Piper Jaffray raises its rating to overweight from neutral for Cummins shares, predicting strong earnings growth for the truck engine-maker next year.
Citi Research raises its rating to buy from neutral for Michael Kors' stock, predicting the retailer will report earnings above expectations in its fiscal second quarter.
Shares of Chevron will rally more than 14 percent in the next year as its underperformance creates a "compelling entry point" for investors, according to Goldman Sachs.
BMO Capital Markets raises its rating to outperform from market perform for UPS shares, predicting the company will generate big cost savings from its operations.
A deluge of rebalancing should drive investor money toward household names like Verizon, Alphabet, Disney and Electronic Arts, according to J.P. Morgan equity strategist Dubravko Lakos-Bujas.
Morgan Stanley reiterates its overweight rating for Amazon shares, saying customer data from its brick and mortar stores will lead to more sales.
Credit Suisse reiterates its outperform rating for Blackstone Group shares, predicting the company will generate earnings above expectations in 2020.
J.P. Morgan reiterates its overweight rating for the Stryker shares, predicting the medical technology company will report earnings above expectations next year.
Piper Jaffray reiterates its overweight rating for Apple shares, predicting the smartphone maker will sell more iPhones in its next fiscal year than the Street currently expects.
Dan Arbess tells CNBC he is extremely optimistic about Chinese internet stocks.
CarMax shares are poised to break out because of the company's opportunity to capture more of the used car market, Morgan Stanley says.
Credit Suisse reiterates its outperform rating for Lululemon shares, predicting the retailer will report sales above expectations in its second quarter.
Credit Suisse reiterates its outperform rating for Tiffany shares, predicting the company will report sales above expectations for its second quarter.
AB Bernstein downgraded technology stocks to "market weight" from "modest overweight" on high valuations and trade tensions, while recommending picking up cheap tech names in 2019.
DoubleLine Capital CEO Jeffrey Gundlach joined CNBC from Los Angeles to talk markets, the Fed and the national debt.
Andy Hargreaves of KeyBanc said Google is his top pick among "FANG" stocks in 2019.