Tesla, Priceline, Lululemon

1. Priceline?

Traveling and food go hand-in-hand, so it only makes sense that Priceline Group Inc (NASDAQ:PCLN), a discount travel website, purchased restaurant reservation service OpenTable Inc (NASDAQ:OPEN) for $2.6 billion. Four- and five-star analysts agree that this is the right move and recommend BUY Priceline. Read more to learn what other categories analysts have in mind for Priceline’s growth, click here.

2. Lululemon

Despite a year full of setbacks, the popular athletic apparel company, Lululemon Athletica inc. (NASDAQ:LULU), reported a better-than-expected earnings per share for their fiscal first quarter ending on May 4. While profit increased 11%, the company also revealed less than impressive same-store sales. Following the news of their first quarter, some financial experts were recommending HOLD Lululemon, while others were speaking highly of the company. To read more about these arguments, click here.

3. Tesla

Now you can build a Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) electric car, too! Well, maybe not exactly, but you can have their patent information. On June 12, Tesla announced that they plan to reveal their whole patent portfolio to encourage other auto-makers to create cars that do not use gasoline. Deutsche Bank analyst Rod Lache viewed this move mostly positively, recommending HOLD Tesla. To learn more about Lache’s perspective and his past recommendations, click here.

4. Twitter

Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) is still struggling, but investors are starting to look towards the company’s 2013 acquisition of MoPub as a life saver. MoPub, the mobile-focused advertisement marketplace, has the potential to bring in lots of revenue and grow Twitter in a different direction. Analyst Robert Peck of SunTrust Robinson Humphrey reiterated his BUY Twitter rating arguing, “Twitter’s MoPub exchange is one of its greatest assets.” To learn more about this recommendation and Peck’s 80% success rate recommending Twitter, click here.

5. Coca Cola?

Coffee and soda seem like a perfect pair when it comes to The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO) (KO) and Keurig Green Mountain Inc (NASDAQ:GMCR). Coca Cola recently increased its stake in the coffee company to 16% and some financial experts are excited about the partnership. To learn more about why Seeking Alpha contributor Tradevestor is interested in the pair of drink companies and Coca Cola’s potential growth, click here.

 

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