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Coal mining equipment firm Joy Global has been a bad bet for at least four years, down over 60% since its peak. The only winners have been the short sellers.
With global demand for telecom bandwidth continuing to grow, under-priced optical component manufacturer Finisar is well positioned to reward patient shareholders.
Based on its recent acquisitions, competitive pricing strategies, and global expansion plans, the specialty snack food seller's stock is likely to start popping soon.
TiVo just reported a 30% increase in subscribers over the past year, and shares have headed higher. But investors are jumping for joy prematurely.
The abrupt resignation of its CEO and increased competition makes an already-expensive stock even more risky.
The high stock price has never prevented the shares from going even higher.
Ciena, which provided network and communication infrastructure services to corporations, continues to better diversify its business.
Palo Alto Networks shows no sign of slowing down -- and neither does the stock.
Patient investors willing to bet on Nabors stock, which has a consensus buy rating, roughly 12% gains from current levels, based on the average 12-month price target of $14.
Nutrisystem's shares have underperformed the market, but it's a solid dividend payer with a strong business outlook.