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Symantec's Outlook Is Insecure as Its Competitors Gain Ground

Upstarts such as FireEye and Palo Alto Networks are eating Symantec's lunch, and Microsoft is giving security software away for free. No wonder Symantec's stock is cheap.

Rackspace Earnings Preview: Too Much Competition in the Cloud

Rackspace is under pressure from tech giants like Google, Amazon and Microsoft. But despite its struggles and competitive threats, its shares are seriously overpriced at 43 times earnings.

Sysco's Stock Is Still Attractive, Despite Failed US Foods Merger

Sysco's management will spare no expense when it comes to increasing market share and making the business more profitable.

TRI Pointe Homes: There's Tons of Value Despite Recent Stock Decline

With TRI Pointe Homes projected to grow earnings at an average rate of 17% in the next five years, now is the time to own the shares.

Hershey's Rising Profits Makes It a Sweet Deal Ahead of Earnings

Hershey's earnings growth is expected to accelerate by more than 5 percentage points to 9.3% year over year.

Buy Groupon Now to Profit from Its Strategy Change

Once known for the daily deals it sent to its subscribers via email, Groupon has undertaken a fundamental shift in strategy, and now focuses more on e-commerce and mobile applications.

WhiteWave Foods Leaves Investors Hungry for Even More Gains

It would be a huge mistake to sell this winner -- expensive or not.

3D Systems Could Slide, Despite Losing Half Its Value Since 2012

There are too many unknowns about the 3D-printing industry to still believe that any of these companies can make money in a reasonable period of time.

Easy to See Why Mobileye Is So Pricey -- and Why It'll go Higher

Mobileye, which makes advanced driver assistance systems, is up 48% this year, and trades at a P/E of 150. That's expensive. But its growth potential, there's still lots of upside.

Plug Power, Down 49% in 12 Months, Still Isn't a Buy

Investors shouldn't hold out hope that things will get better any time soon for Plug Power, which reports earnings Thursday.

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