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Gun manufacturer Smith & Wesson has beaten the market soundly in recent months, but investors' profits could disappear quickly unless the company hits its targets Tuesday.
JD.com is building an E-Commerce brand that will be tough for competitors to match.
Despite the stock's outperformance, Best Buy shares are still trading at a discount to the market.
Pet food purveyor Freshpet may have fresh ideas, but investors would be better served avoiding this puppy as it suffers through a few years of growing pains.
TiVo revolutionized the TV-watching experience for a few years, but successive technological innovations have left it in the dust. Investors would be better served to sell their shares now.
The software company is still losing money on a GAAP basis.
Hewlett-Packard stock has declined in six weeks, even though the company's prospects have gotten better, not worse.
The risk/reward scale on this stock tips to the negative side.
The fiscal fourth-quarter loss alone isn't enough to justify this sell off.
Palo Alto investors should feel secure about their positions now and well into the future.