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The economics of the business must show healthier signs to make Citrix a sound investment.
The stock is down 2% over the past year, but that's part of what makes Qualcomm a strong value play.
With growth accelerating at a higher-than-expected rate, investors should consider buying shares of D.R. Horton, which has an average analyst 12-month price target of $26.
Stryker must significantly outperform for all of 2015 just to meet expectations. That's a tall order.
Investors should sell at the high on Monday, wait for VMware to say something positive on Tuesday and then decide if the investment is worth the risk.
At about $33 a share for AT&T, there are plenty of reasons for investors to be patient, especially when the possible headwinds are already priced into the stock.
P&G is building long-term value through its divestments and its focus on higher-margin businesses.
Nucor's earnings estimates for 2015 and 2016 should come down due to weak iron prices.
Caterpillar stock offers great value for investors looking for a well-managed company with consistent earnings growth that pays a strong yield of 3.27%.
This is a business with poor economics, operating in an industry in decay.