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Since then, several major investment firms have lifted their long-term S&P 500 price targets. The firm recommends pairing cyclicals and growth stocks with those attributes so that investors are prepared for stronger or weaker growth. Technology firms using AI need more power, which is a major long-term tailwind for utility companies, Wilson wrote. "We see the recent pullback as an attractive entry point and an opportunity to formally upgrade the sector to overweight," Wilson wrote. "Small-cap valuation is relatively cheap but earnings growth is highly concentrated," Wilson wrote.
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Peloton isn't going under imminently, but let's be real here: No fitness fad lasts forever. While there was a lot that went wrong, the long and short of it is that Peloton failed to read the room on its pandemic popularity. "It's not that Peloton isn't a good business model; it's that it simply isn't a mass product but more of a niche, luxe one," she said. Investors have soured on the company, and Peloton's once $50 billion market cap has fallen to under $2 billion. It also has to contend with the gym, which has all sorts of classes and fitness equipment that let people mix things up, including, in many cases, Pelotons or other connected-fitness devices.
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The rally back to the record highs for the S & P 500 is already spurring at least one Wall Street shop to raise its expectations for the year. BMO Capital Markets strategist Brian Belski said in a note to clients Wednesday that he is raising his year-end target for the S & P 500 by almost 10% — to 5,600 from 5,100. .SPX YTD mountain The S & P 500 has rebounded to record highs. "Historical performance patterns suggest continued gains given the level of YTD performance. The S & P 500 hit an intraday all-time high on Wednesday morning, trading near 5,279.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailHere's why BMO Capital hiked S&P 500 target to the highest on Wall StreetBrian Belski, chief investment strategist at BMO Capital Markets, joins 'Halftime Report' to explain why BMO is raising its price target to the highest on Wall Street.
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However, there's an easy way to invest in real estate without breaking the bank or even leaving the couch: buying real-estate stocks, which BMO Capital Markets finds increasingly attractive. But, contrary to what many investors believe, higher rates don't always hurt real-estate stocks, Belski wrote. AdvertisementThe market's misleading narrative about real-estate stocks has made the group remarkably cheap relative to its solid fundamentals, in Belski's view. "The severity of underperformance appears mismatched with the fundamental underpinnings of the group," Belski wrote. 13 real-estate stocks set to outperformInvestors looking to diversify their portfolios should consider 13 stocks in the real-estate sector with outperform ratings from BMO Capital Markets.
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Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading: Apple — The tech giant jumped more than 6% after announcing it would repurchase $110 billion in shares . That topped analysts' estimates for earnings of $1.50 per share on revenue of $90.01 billion, per LSEG. Block — The payment services provider added 1% after posting first-quarter results that beat analysts' expectations. Live Nation Entertainment — Shares jumped 9% on the back of better-than-expected first-quarter revenue. However, the company beat analysts' expectations for the first quarter.
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Hershey — Shares of the chocolate confectionary maker added about 1% after Hershey posted a first-quarter earnings beat. Hershey's $3.25 billion revenue also beat the $3.11 billion consensus. Amgen — Shares soared 13% after the biotech firm posted a first-quarter earnings and revenue beat. Cloudflare — The stock continued to sink, plunging 12% after reporting weak full-year guidance, although Cloudflare posted a first-quarter earnings and revenue beat. However, Coinbase's first-quarter revenue of $1.64 billion beat the $1.34 billion consensus, according to LSEG.
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailPeloton is losing money because it keeps reinvesting in growth, says BMO's Simeon SiegelSimeon Siegel, BMO Capital Markets, joins 'Fast Money' to talk Peloton shares sinking after CEO departure and layoffs.
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There have been 13 other market selloffs during the second year of a bull market since 1946, Belski noted. AdvertisementFollowing its 2021 pullback, the S&P 500 finished the second year of its bull market up 22.6% and 11.5% higher than its nadir. Valuations are still historically high, and mega-cap growth companies continue to make up a disproportionately large share of the S&P 500. Since Belski thinks this bull market has legs, he doesn't want to forgo future upside. These firms have higher earnings growth than the median S&P 500 name and also have lower price-to-earnings (P/E) and P/E-to-growth (PEG) ratios — a recipe for success.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailS&P 500 should end 2024 at current levels around our price target of 5,100, says BMO's Brian BelskiBrian Belski, BMO Capital Markets chief market strategist, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss what Belski expects from equity performance, if bond yields change Belski's long-term market thesis, and more.
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Tesla : Shares fell more than 4% after the electric vehicle maker issued another round of price cuts in major markets including the U.S., Germany and China. I think you have to wait to see what they say rather than make a judgement," Jim Cramer said. Cisco Systems : JPMorgan analysts resumed coverage of Cisco Systems with a neutral rating and $53 price target, citing a muted medium-term earnings growth outlook. Verizon : Shares fell nearly 3% after the telecommunications giant delivered an earnings beat and lost fewer-than-expected wireless subscribers in the three months ended March 31. Papa John's : Shares rose about 1.5% after analysts at Stifel upgraded the pizza chain to hold from sell, contending expectations are reasonable.
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Winmill expects shares to rise 114% to 4.50 Canadian dollars ($3.27) from current levels. Arizona Metals's stock has a consensus price target of 6 Canadian dollars, representing a potential upside of 185%, according to FactSet data. BMO Capital Markets analyst Rene Cartier has a price target of 6.50 Canadian dollars on the stock, giving it upside potential of 209%. Beacon Securities analyst Bereket Berhe, meanwhile, has set a price target of 10.50 Canadian dollars, suggesting a potential upside of 400%. This makes Scotiabank's price target the most conservative among analysts polled by FactSet.
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Analyst Laura Champine also lowered her price target to $80 from $85, implying a 6% increase for the stock. "New York City office is one of the few REIT subsectors seeing improved demand," the analyst wrote. The bank double-upgraded the e-commerce platform to overweight from underweight and hiked its price target to $62 from $35. Feather added that eBay stock is currently trading at a discount versus peers, with Etsy trading around 35% higher. "JetBlue's DNA aligns with our broader preference for loyalty, premium, and international exposure ... albeit with less vigor than the Big 3," the analyst wrote.
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Investors are stepping up bets against a broad collection of stocks as the broader market gets increasingly volatile following another hotter-than-expected March inflation report . Stocks sold off and Treasury yields jumped Wednesday when inflation was shown to be under less control than investors had counted on. Unfortunately, the latest economic numbers suggest no need for the Federal Reserve to take its foot off the interest rate brakes. B. Riley Financial is also seeing large short interest, amounting to almost 76% of its float. Other stocks with high short interest include ImmunityBio and Sunnova Energy.
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Morgan Stanley raised its price target on Netflix to $700 from $600. 7:13 a.m.: JPMorgan cuts Boeing price target, but says demand should push strong long-term growth Investors shouldn't give up on Boeing as a long-term investment, according to JPMorgan. Analyst Seth Seifman lowered his price target by $20 to $210, implying 21.1% potential upside for shares of the aerospace company. He raised his target price by $14 to $62, which suggests 4.2% potential upside for DocuSign over the next year. The analyst kept his neutral rating on the stock but cut his price target by $16 to $180.
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Sales of some Eli Lilly drugs — including its best-selling product last year — appear to be softening, according to Wall Street analysts. JPMorgan flagged similar trends for Trulicity, which led all Lilly drugs with $7.13 billion in sales for all of 2023. The thesis is predicated on Eli Lilly growing faster than the broader pharmaceutical industry for years to come. Over the past three years, shares of Eli Lilly have soared nearly 300%, compared with a 24% gain for the S & P 500 . A box of the drug trulicity, made by Eli Lilly Pharmaceutical, sits on a counter at a pharmacy in Provo, Utah, January 9, 2020.
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The Fed might have to self-induce a recession if it wants to reach its target inflation rate, a BMO strategist said. Ian Lyngen told Bloomberg TV that the Fed might find its current monetary policy to not be restrictive enough. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementThe latest inflation report not only sent bond yields soaring and stocks plunging, it may also have put the US back on track for a recession, one economist told Bloomberg TV on Thursday.
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Dollar Tree believed acquiring Family Dollar would help it compete against larger rivals. “When Dollar Tree bought Family Dollar, they didn’t really know what they were doing,” D’Arezzo said. Many Family Dollar stores were located too close to each other and cannibalized each other’s own sales, too, D’Arezzo said. Family Dollar “needs more work than the company originally thought.”A year later, an activist investor pushed for a sale of the “underperforming” Family Dollar business, and Family Dollar announced it would close 390 stores. Dollar Tree and Family Dollar executives say Family Dollar can still succeed, however.
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Eric Baradat | AFP | Getty ImagesA hotter-than-expected consumer price index reading rattled markets Wednesday, but markets are buzzing about an even more specific prices gauge contained within the data — the so-called supercore inflation reading. Along with the overall inflation measure, economists also look at the core CPI, which excludes volatile food and energy prices, to find the true trend. The supercore gauge, which also excludes shelter and rent costs from its services reading, takes it even a step further. Today, he added, the picture is more complicated because some of the most stubborn components of services inflation are household necessities like car and housing insurance as well as property taxes. Sticky inflation problem
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US stocks could be stuck in quicksand for the rest of 2024 despite robust earnings growth, but investors shouldn't panic. Wall Street expects double-digit earnings growth in 2024. The consensus estimate for S&P 500 profits is about $244, which would be up from $220 in 2023. The so-called SMID-cap cohort lagged its larger peers again in the first quarter, posting a solid 7.6% total return, while the S&P 500 surged 10.6%, including dividends. Six sell-side research analysts cover the typical stock in the SMID-cap S&P 1000 index compared to 17 analysts for the average S&P 500 member, Belski wrote.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCopper could reach 'very high' price targets — but only temporarily, researcher saysColin Hamilton, managing director of commodities research at BMO Capital Markets, discusses the outlook for industrial metals.
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To be sure, late payments don't always signal financial troubles. Creditsafe spokesperson Ragini Bhalla said payment data is only one factor the firm considers when assessing a company's financial health. Though the data "doesn't represent a company's total trading behavior, analysis has proven that it is hugely predictive of a company's financial health and creditworthiness," Bhalla said. "When the number of late payments increases like this, it's often indicative of financial challenges and poor cash flow forecasting," Creditsafe said. While Saks often made late payments last year, its on-time payments have dropped significantly since October 2023, the firm said.
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Here's why BMO's Simeon Siegel favors Nike and Lululemon
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailHere's why BMO's Simeon Siegel favors Nike and LululemonSimeon Siegel, BMO Capital Markets retail analyst, joins 'Money Movers' to discuss his optimism towards Nike and Lululemon, how impacted the consumer is by the cumulative effect of rate hikes, and more.
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Since the start of the year, the S & P MidCap 400 index and S & P SmallCap 600 index have added 8.2% and 0.2%, respectively. The large-cap S & P 500, meanwhile, has gained roughly 9.5%. March has proved to be a better month for so-called SMID-cap stocks, however, with the S & P MidCap 400 gaining about 4%, while its large-cap counterpart has added 2.4%. To play this trend, he listed several stocks in BMO's SMID-cap universe that the firm rates as outperform. Other top stocks included in BMO's SMID-cap coverage include social media company Snap , discount retailer Ross Stores and electric power and natural gas supplier Constellation Energy .
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Brian Belski of BMO Capital Markets was one of the market's most bullish strategists heading into 2024. Market breadth is markedly better in the last few months, according to BMO Capital Markets. For most of 2023, US stocks were disproportionately driven by growth stocks, specifically a handful of top performers. BMO Capital MarketsBelow are 20 stocks with an outperform rating from BMO Capital Markets that look attractive due to their GARP, quality, or value attributes. Along with each name is its ticker, market capitalization, sector, and group or groups that it fits into, according to BMO Capital Markets.
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