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Encouraging results from domestic retailers could mean further upside for Target as it benefits from lower oil and an improving consumer.
Think of Shake Shack as the cooler, smarter, tastier and more upscale burger joint. But even more compelling are the numbers, which are better than any other public restaurant chain.
On January 21st, SanDisk announced its 2015 revenue guidance, which fell $600 million below what analysts were expecting.
One of the most highly anticipated IPOs of the year for cloud storage company Box hopes to raise at least $138 million through a 12.5 million share public offering.
La Quinta sits perfectly between two strong secular trends: lower gas prices and the strength of the American consumer, with 95% of its rooms housed in the U.S.
Navigator’s stock has fallen more than 40% as investors panic over the drop in oil. The reality, however, is that NVGS has little to do with oil prices.
Analyst Jack Mohr think it's worth taking a look at Wells Fargo -- a company that offers scale, diversity and a low-risk/highly visible business model.
Micron's prospective 3D NAND chip as well as Samsung's expected strong offering should serve to pressure SanDisk’s margins in 2015.
As SanDisk's memory chip sales weaken, signs point to its troubles not only persisting but intensifying in the coming years.
GM comes in at number one to wrap up this week's countdown of the top five S&P 500 stocks to own for 2015.