1. Buffalo Wild Wings
The World Cup seems to be on everyone’s mind these days. While not everyone has been able to take a bite out of the action (pun intended), Buffalo Wild Wings (NASDAQ:BWLD) restaurant has been serving its patrons the food and the Cup they are craving. With the World Cup playing on the big screen, patrons are filling the restaurants as financial experts are recommending that you fill your plate with their stock, as well.
Seth Klarman On Margin Of Safety Investing
This is part nine of a ten-part series on some of the most important and educational literature for investors with a focus on value. Across this ten-part series, I’m taking a look at ten academic studies and research papers from some of the world’s most prominent value investors and fund managers. All of the material Read More
While their iconic Cs adorn the arms of many fashionable ladies and gentlemen, is Coach Inc (NYSE:COH) the stock to own? Even though the company recently announced that they are planning to close 70 stores in North America as sales are predicted to drop in the low double digits in percentage terms in 2014, the analyst consensus is to HOLD. Read why.
Despite a reported 4% drop in net earnings in the fiscal fourth quarter, top rank analyst consensus for Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) is MODERATE BUY. During the earnings call, Ellison pointed out that the company sold numerous cloud computing contracts that haven’t shown up in revenue right away, which is a reason for their poor results. Read who was intrigued enough to recommend BUY…and which analyst recommends SELL.
4. Bed Bath and Beyond
Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. (NASDAQ:BBBY) has everything. Towels. Check! Sheets. Check! Hair dryer. Check! Snack Food. Check! But do financial experts agree if now is the time to BUY or SELL the stock? See the performance histories and reasoning of Morgan Stanley analyst Simeon Gutman and Seeking Alpha blogger Brian Gilmartin to help you decide what to do with your stock.
5. Dr. Pepper
Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. (NYSE:DPS) has fallen 1% in their first quarter. This is the ninth consecutive year that carbonated soft drink sales have declined. In fact, Dr. Pepper’s NCB bottler case sales have dropped 2% on a year-over-year basis. Are they primed for a comeback or is now the time to be bearish on the stock? See what 4-star Citigroup analyst Wendy Nicholson is recommending.