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With Wednesday's earnings beat and guidance that was higher than estimates, analysts will likely have to raise their price targets for the home-improvement giant.
Investors would be wise to trim some shares and diversify into higher-growth prospects.
Earnings are growing at more than twice the rate of revenue.
Data analytics specialist Splunk has boosted its revenues and stock price. What it hasn't boosted is its bottom line. Until it does, investors should take their profits off the table.
With earnings declining at almost eight times faster than revenue, smart investors should not waste another second holding this stock.
Though operational improvement will continue, 87% stock gains in six months is too much to risk.
Investors should lock in their profits now and wait to hear what management says Wednesday about the outlook for 2015.
There are too many questions to feel safe buying this pricey stock.
The 10-year-old company is projected to grow earnings at an annual rate 43% in the next five years.
One-third of worldwide smartphone sales will come from China, a territory where Avago has made huge bets.