NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- These four companies reached 52-week highs on Tuesday: Apple ( AAPL), Starbucks ( SBUX), Tractor Supply ( TSCO) and Triumph Group ( TGI). Each of these stocks received a buy rating from TheStreet Ratings. Apple The iPad and iPhone maker on Tuesday named John Browett, CEO of European electronics retailer Dixons, to lead the tech giant's retail expansion. Browett will join Apple in April. He replaces Ron Johnson, who left Apple in November to run J.C. Penney. Apple's first-quarter results last week blew away expectations with $46.33 billion in revenue and profit of $13.06 billion, or $13.87 a share. Analysts anticipated about $39 billion in revenue and profit of $10.15 a share. Morgan Keegan analysts noted in a Jan. 26 report that they expect iPhone versus non-iPhone sales to become more "lopsided when Sprint's data comes out." "Non-iPhone smartphones actually decreased between Q3 and Q4 breaking a normally positive seasonal trend. To us this indicates that Apple took some subscriber share this quarter as well, and did not just benefit from iPhone fanatics upgrading," Morgan Keegan analysts wrote in the report. Shares of Apple hit a 52-week high of $458.24 on Tuesday. The stock's 52-week low of $310.50 was set on June 20. TheStreet Ratings gives Apple an A+ grade with a price target of $583.58. The stock has risen 13.05% year to date.
Tractor Supply The retail farm and ranch store operator is scheduled to report fourth-quarter earnings on Wednesday. Analysts, on average, expect profit of 92 cents a share on revenue of $1.22 billion. Shares of Tractor Supply hit a 52-week high of $82.50 on Tuesday. The stock's 52-week low of $49.02 was set on Aug. 8. TheStreet Ratings gives Tractor Supply an A grade with a $104.79 price target. The stock has risen 15.12% year to date.
Triumph Group The aircraft component manufacturer reported third-quarter earnings Monday of $67.2 million, or $1.29 a share, an increase from the prior-year's profit of $45 million, or 88 cents. "The story for the stock is the synergies from the Vought acquisition, and the Aerostructures margin," Wedbush analysts wrote in a report on Monday. "We believe that on this front, the company again demonstrated the power of the leverage in its operating model, and we believe current estimates are conservative." Shares of Triumph Group hit a 52-week high on Tuesday of $63. The stock's 52-week low of $39.84 was set on April 18. Triumph Group gets an A- grade from TheStreet Ratings with a $78.44 price target. The stock has risen 6.66% year to date. -- Written by Alexandra Zendrian >To contact the writer of this article, click here: Alexandra Zendrian >To submit a news tip, send an email to: email@example.com. >To follow the writer on Twitter, go to Alexandra Zendrian.