If you liked Hewlett-Packard stock at $40, you should love the shares even more now at $34.
At a time when most retailers are letting investors down, Costco should continue to deliver when it reports earnings Wednesday, thanks to its membership model and consistent popularity among consumers.
Growth appears to be accelerating for footwear and accessories retailer DSW, despite slowing sales for retailers in general, so buying while its shares are relatively cheap makes sense.
Given the rate at which Palo Alto is growing both revenue and earnings, these shares could reach $200 in the next 12 to 18 months, delivering 23% gains.
It's best to leave this stock alone and find gains elsewhere. Here's why.
The only thing that can hurt the company? -- If consumers were to stop driving altogether, and that's not likely to happen.
Workday, which is projected to break even in the next fiscal year, may be ahead of schedule, meaning the stock is coiling up to shoot higher.
At minimum, there's 15% gains to be had in HD stock. And when combined with its 2.11% annual dividend yield, there's tons of long-term value for shareholders.
Investors would do well to place a bet on Best Buy and enjoy the electronics and appliance company's recovery.
Athletic gear is hot, a trend that will continue. And Dick's just beat earnings. Unfortunately, if you look at its fundamentals, it's clear the stock has no room to rise.