Still, let's not take one decent quarter out of context.
Thanks to a stronger fourth quarter, $80 to $82 a share is an attainable goal on the basis of domestic and international market share growth.
The promised growth from a spinoff of AbbVie has not materialized.
Salesforce investors waiting for a better entry point will have to wait a while.
As long as Groupon continues to move in the right direction with revenue and global expansion, investors should suck up the short-term pressures on profits.
With Autodesk's earnings and profits projected to decline over the next several quarters, place your money elsewhere.
Workday's risk versus reward scenario places profits in a dangerous "grow-at-all-cost" mentality.
Barnes & Noble investors deserve a novel idea. And this "new deal" isn't it.
Management seems more willing to take the sort of risks to return long-term value to shareholders.
There's no better bargain in the retail sector, and $65 per share is a realistic result for 12 months from now.