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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.
That it has no debt burdens and a clean balance sheet minimizes its risk, making it a safe contrarian play on weak oil prices.
Hewlett-Packard's possible entry into 3-D printing looms as a threat.