NEW YORK (TheStreet) --Futures of the Nasdaq were just above seven points on Monday morning, Bloomberg's Alix Steel reported on "Bloomberg GO."
Nasdaq reporter, Abigail Doolittle, joined the program this morning to provide updates on three stocks she's watching during trading today, based on their pre-market estimates.
Analyst Samuel Kemp has taken his rating on the stock to an overweight citing, "a better than expected customer ramp, as well as the stock currently having a very attractive valuation," Doolittle reported.
Furthermore, based on Kemp's estimates the stock could see a more than 70% upside potential.
Two stocks that were hurting in the pre-market session are 3D printing company Stratasys (SSYS), and trucking company JB Hunt Transport Services (JBHT).
"Shares of the online 3D printing company have been downgraded by Piper Jaffray. Analysts Troy Jenson downgraded the stock to a neutral citing a slight lower demand for the second quarter, the stock last peaked in 2014," Doolittle reported.
As for JB Hunt, the company has seen its stock take a hit due to a profit miss in the second quarter as "trucking companies continue to slide," Doolittle concluded.
Shares of Groupon are higher 8.13% to $3.77, shares of Stratasys are lower 11.70% to $20.60, and shares of JB Hunt Transport Services are lower 2.89% to $82.80 Monday Morning.