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Clean Harbors (NYSE:CLH) has been upgraded by TheStreet Ratings from a hold to buy.
Upgrades: CLH, OVTI, USBI Downgrades: BOOM, HBP Initiations: None Read on to get TheStreet Quant Ratings' detailed report:
What you may have missed, including takes on Nu Skin, Clean Harbors and pharmaceutical mega mergers. It was a light week as I am working on new stories, but here is a roundup from last week's Reality Check. Plus, as an added bonus, there is a new red flag. Keep an Eye on Nu Skin - The next date that counts will be March 18, which is the deadline for the company to file its delayed 10-K. As I wrote on here last week, the company disclosed that its audit committee had hired "outside counsel" to help with an internal review of Nu Skin's China operations. But why would the audit committee be involved in a review of the company's China operation -- whose operations are being probed by the Chinese government? And why would the audit committee hire outside counsel?
Clean Harbors Inc (CLH) was downgraded to "outperform" from "top pick," RBC Capital said Wednesday. The firm gave the company a $58 price target, noting the company will likely post little organic growth.
My weekly summary, including takes on Harley, Clean Harbors and RealPage. Here's what you may have missed over the past week on Reality Check, my Herb on TheStreet blog and even social media. What I'm hearing on Harley, from one of my contacts: "Any way you look at it, they are stretching to get the revenue dollars and they are able to charge those marginal credits. More so, the numbers look great at the outset -- but look out down the road if you haven't planned on a huge increase in (credit) losses." What ITT Didn't Say: ITT Education, in a press release, told the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau it has no business suing the for-profit education company....
Unusual volume can signal that hedge funds and momentum traders are piling into a stock ahead of a catalyst.
Clean Harbors (NYSE:CLH) has been downgraded by TheStreet Ratings from from a buy to hold.
Upgrades: BCEI, CRV, CTP, CVCY, CYD, DRE, HPP, IBCP, IHC, ISH, ISSC, LBTYA, LBTYB, MCEP, MDAS, MEMP, MGPI, NCLH, NTIC, ORIG, RRMS, SBRA, SN, STSA, VNR, WSR Downgrades: ASTC, BONT, CAP, CHK, CHMG, CLH, CNP, CSRE, GFF, MMLP, PCMI, RSO, TIVO Initiations: None Read on to get TheStreet Quant Ratings' detailed report:
Clean Harbors (CLH) has received a series of downgrades after its fourth quarter came in lower than expected.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the industrial goods sector lower today.
Clean Harbors (CLH) is plunging on Wednesday after fourth-quarter earnings and sales came in below expectations.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Clean Harbors (CLH) as a pre-market mover with heavy volume candidate
Clean Harbors, Inc. (“Clean Harbors”) (NYSE: CLH), the leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services throughout North America, today announced financial results for the fourth quarter...
In the latest look at stocks ordered by largest market capitalization, Russell 3000 component Clean Harbors, Inc was identified as having a larger market cap than the smaller end of the S&P 500, for example Cliffs Natural Resources, Inc. , according to The Online Investor.
Clean Harbors, Inc. (“Clean Harbors”) (NYSE: CLH), the leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services throughout North America, today announced that Vice Chairman, President and Chief ...
Clean Harbors, Inc. (NYSE: CLH), the leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services throughout North America, will host its fourth-quarter and full-year 2013 conference call on Wednesday, February ...
Stocks with insider trader activity include IBM, MXIM, FLO, CLH and DOW
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Clean Harbors (CLH) as a "water-logged and getting wetter" (weak stocks crossing below support with today's range greater than 200%) candidate
Clean Harbors was a leading decliner within the industrial goods sector, falling $0.99 (-1.7%) to $57.86 on average volume
Clean Harbors, Inc. (“Clean Harbors”) (NYSE: CLH), the leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services throughout North America, today announced that Alan S.
With the new year under way, let's get started with a look ahead and an audit of stocks on my Watch List. When you primarily fly red flags in an almost straight-up market -- which confuses brains in a bull market -- you just keep plowing ahead. I've been there, done that and doing it again. As longtime readers know, I don't make stock calls. I point out risk. And I don't view a story as having been proven right or wrong just because a stock rises or falls yesterday, today or even last year. (For that reason, I think it's an absurd measurement to judge investment managers on performance in a single 12-month period, but I digress.) Many of these stories can take time -- sometimes a long time -- to play out. They're not calls on the stock, but on risk that can get in the way of a stock. Rising stocks, especially in indiscriminate bull markets, can paper over any number of risks -- until they don't.
Clean Harbors was a winner within the materials & construction industry, rising $0.89 (1.6%) to $55.33 on average volume
TheStreet highlights 5 stocks pushing the materials & construction industry higher today.
About the only surprise about Clean Harbors, the waste management company, is that almost every analyst who follows it still rates is as a Buy. That's even after the company's most-recently-reported quarter, which included yet another in a series of sliced guidance, missed expectations or a combo of both.Yet this is the same company: That is still hoping for the best from its Safety-Kleen acquisition late last year, which hasn't generated the margin growth the company forecast. That bought into the oilfield waste disposal and services business at the peak of the oil cycle. Whose CFO (on the job when Safety-Kleen was bought) quit in February after less than a year on the job. He was replaced by the company's former CFO, who is also president. (It's often best when those two jobs are split.)What many on Wall Street don't appear to have fully grasped is that thanks to a series of acquisitions...
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