When a stock is rated as a “strong buy,” it typically means that analysts believe the stock has significant potential for growth and that the current price is undervalued. Analysts use a variety of methods to evaluate stocks, including financial analysis, market trends, and company performance. A “strong buy” rating is typically the highest rating an analyst will give to a stock.
Here are three “Strong Buy” stocks from Wall Street –
Guardant Health, Inc. – SYM: GH
Recent Price: $27.24
Price Target: $50.38
Firms with Buy Rating: Piper Sandler, UBS, Morgan Stanley
Description: Guardant Health, Inc., a precision oncology company, provides blood tests, data sets, and analytics in the United States and internationally. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
The Great China Exodus Has Begun
Apple. Amazon. Volkswagen. Samsung. Google. Microsoft.
These are just a few of the big names who are pulling out of China right now. Over the past 12 months, countless factories across China have closed their doors, and more are likely to follow …as $2 trillion of investments and jobs flow out of China … and into the last place you’d expect.
Take a moment to watch the big reveal before it’s taken offline.
Fisker Inc. – SYM: FSR
Recent Price: $5.99
Price Target: $10.20
Firms with Buy Rating: TD Cowen, Charles Schwab, Citi
Description: Fisker Inc. develops, manufactures, markets, leases, or sells electric vehicles. It operates through three segments: The White Space, The Value Segment, and The Conservative Premium segments. The company is also involved in asset-light automotive business. In addition, it offers fisker flexible platform agnostic design, a process that develops and designs electric vehicles in specific segment size. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is headquartered in Manhattan Beach, California.
Artificial Super Intelligence (ASI) Coming in Three Months
Is this new AI indicator the reason why Michael Burry just bet 90% of his portfolio on a market downturn? You don’t bet 90% of your money on a crash unless you’re absolutely certain it’s coming…
It’s called “The Singularity Clock.”
And it’s predicting an absolutely massive event could hit the market as soon as 3 months from today…
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Recent Price: $22.14
Price Target: $24.50
Firms with Buy Rating: Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, Morgan Stanley
Description: Mattel, Inc., a children’s and family entertainment company, designs and produces toys and consumer products worldwide. The company operates through North America, International, and American Girl segments. It offers dolls and accessories, as well as content, gaming, and lifestyle products for children under the Barbie, Monster High, American Girl, Disney Princess and Frozen, and Polly Pocket brands; dolls and books under the American Girl brand name; die-cast vehicles, tracks, playsets, and accessories for kids of all ages, and collectors under the Hot Wheels, Monster Trucks, Matchbox, CARS, and Mario Kart brand names; and infant, toddler, and preschool products comprising content, toys, live events, and other lifestyle products under the Fisher-Price and Thomas & Friends, and Power wheels brands. The company also provides action figures, building sets, and games under the Masters of the Universe, MEGA, UNO, Lightyear, Jurassic World, WWE, and Star Wars brands; and licensor partner brands, including Disney, Pixar, Microsoft, NBCUniversal, and WWE. It sells its products directly to consumers through its catalog, website, and proprietary retail stores; retailers, including discount and free-standing toy stores, chain stores, department stores, and other retail outlets; and wholesalers, as well as through agents and distributors. Mattel, Inc. was founded in 1945 and is headquartered in El Segundo, California.
Senator asks ChatGPT’s creator: “What’s your worst nightmare?”
It could soon mint new millionaires, while plunging millions of unprepared Americans into poverty. Take these 3 steps to prepare.
Full details here…