Cramer’s game plan: Be ready to ‘buy the next dip’ in this ‘ideal backdrop for stocks’

Clorox: Cramer expects Clorox’s earnings report on Monday to be “excellent.” “We may actually see the beginning of its raw costs coming down,” he said, adding that it “could allow the stock to re-assert its leadership in the consumer products group.” Alphabet: Google parent Alphabet also reports, but Cramer wasn’t so rosy on it after what he saw in the stock of Amazon after its Thursday conference call. He maintained a tentative buy call on Amazon, telling investors to wait until Tuesday before


Clorox: Cramer expects Clorox’s earnings report on Monday to be “excellent.” “We may actually see the beginning of its raw costs coming down,” he said, adding that it “could allow the stock to re-assert its leadership in the consumer products group.” Alphabet: Google parent Alphabet also reports, but Cramer wasn’t so rosy on it after what he saw in the stock of Amazon after its Thursday conference call. He maintained a tentative buy call on Amazon, telling investors to wait until Tuesday before
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Cramer's game plan: Be ready to 'buy the next dip' in this 'ideal backdrop for stocks'

Clorox: Cramer expects Clorox’s earnings report on Monday to be “excellent.”

“We may actually see the beginning of its raw costs coming down,” he said, adding that it “could allow the stock to re-assert its leadership in the consumer products group.”

Alphabet: Google parent Alphabet also reports, but Cramer wasn’t so rosy on it after what he saw in the stock of Amazon after its Thursday conference call. He maintained a tentative buy call on Amazon, telling investors to wait until Tuesday before buying, but said Alphabet still has something to prove.

“It needs to show us some leg. It has to tell us about Waymo orders. […] It’s got to give us a clear path for bigger YouTube profits. It says nothing about it. It needs to give us some hints about whether it might want to bid on something big for entertainment,” he said. “Unfortunately, I doubt [Alphabet] will do any of that, and while we still own this one for my charitable trust, … we’re getting mighty impatient after the shellacking we took in Amazon.”


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Chip stocks set for worst quarter in a decade. Here’s why some say now is the time to buy the dip

The ETF is currently down more than 18 percent since early October, and is on pace to post its worst quarter in a decade after getting hit hard by trade tension fears. Johnson believes $80 is a key level of support for the SMH. The ETF hit that level earlier last week and then bounced higher, so he believes the chart is indicating an uptrend. “If you look at the SMH we’ve pulled right back to support around $80. The SMH closed at around $86 on Friday, so hitting $100 would be a gain of more than


The ETF is currently down more than 18 percent since early October, and is on pace to post its worst quarter in a decade after getting hit hard by trade tension fears. Johnson believes $80 is a key level of support for the SMH. The ETF hit that level earlier last week and then bounced higher, so he believes the chart is indicating an uptrend. “If you look at the SMH we’ve pulled right back to support around $80. The SMH closed at around $86 on Friday, so hitting $100 would be a gain of more than
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Chip stocks set for worst quarter in a decade. Here's why some say now is the time to buy the dip

Now is the time to reinvest in chips, says analyst 2:54 PM ET Fri, 28 Dec 2018 | 02:29

Semiconductor stocks outperformed the broader market last week with the SMH, which tracks the sector’s biggest names, posting a more than 4 percent gain.

But that only tells half the story. The ETF is currently down more than 18 percent since early October, and is on pace to post its worst quarter in a decade after getting hit hard by trade tension fears.

According to Piper Jaffray’s chief market technician, Craig Johnson, now could be the time to “put some chips back on the table” since the market is “shifting more from defense into more of an offensive move.”

Johnson believes $80 is a key level of support for the SMH. The ETF hit that level earlier last week and then bounced higher, so he believes the chart is indicating an uptrend.

“If you look at the SMH we’ve pulled right back to support around $80. We’re starting to see on a ratio chart the SMH outperforming the S&P 500. I think now is the time to put some back on,” he said on Friday’s “Trading Nation.”

While he thinks the ETF can move higher, he isn’t expecting it to soar.

“We’re probably going to be range-bound. Probably $80 on the lower end, $100 on the upper end. We’re going to have to trade them in 2019, but I think this is a good way to trade it at this point,” he added.

The SMH closed at around $86 on Friday, so hitting $100 would be a gain of more than 16 percent.

Applied Materials, Lam Research, Qorvo and AMD were among the SMH’s top performers last week, with each name gaining more than 5 percent.

Boris Schlossberg, managing director of FX strategy at BK Asset Management, also believes the chip stocks are range-bound for the near future, which is why he’s staying away.

“I think it’s dead money for the time being. I would much rather short the rallies than try to buy the dips at this point,” he said.

Schlossberg thinks there are a number of headwinds for the sector heading into 2019, including a peak in the capital expenditures cycle, trade tensions with China, as well as an overall slowdown in the cloud services space.

“Until we get 5G, until we get a new technology story that’s kind of interesting and capex spend picks up, I really don’t see a big upside to SMH,” he contended.


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J&J shares dip after company loses motion to overturn $4.7 billion talc verdict

The women and their families said decades-long use of baby powder and other cosmetic talc products caused their illness. They allege that the company knew its talc was contaminated with asbestos since at least the 1970s but failed to warn consumers about the risks. Reuters reported on Friday that J&J knew for decades that asbestos, a carcinogen, was in its Baby Powder. The company denies that its talc products cause cancer or that they ever contained asbestos. The cases that went to trial in St.


The women and their families said decades-long use of baby powder and other cosmetic talc products caused their illness. They allege that the company knew its talc was contaminated with asbestos since at least the 1970s but failed to warn consumers about the risks. Reuters reported on Friday that J&J knew for decades that asbestos, a carcinogen, was in its Baby Powder. The company denies that its talc products cause cancer or that they ever contained asbestos. The cases that went to trial in St.
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J&J shares dip after company loses motion to overturn $4.7 billion talc verdict

Health-care conglomerate Johnson & Johnson lost its motion to reverse a $4.7 billion jury verdict awarded to women who blamed ovarian cancer on asbestos in the company’s baby powder and other talc products, a Missouri court ruled Wednesday.

In his ruling, Missouri Circuit Court Judge Rex Burlison said there was “substantial evidence” of “particularly reprehensible conduct” by J&J, saying that executives “knew of the presence of asbestos in products that they knowingly targeted for sale to mothers and babies, knew of the damage their products caused, and misrepresented the safety of these products for decades.”

Shares of the company slipped 1 percent to $129 a share in afternoon trading. The stock is now down almost 13 percent so far this month, putting it on pace for its worst month since February 2009.

The company in a statement said the motion before Burlison was just a formal step before J&J could file an appeal with the Missouri appeals court.

“The same judge has denied similar motions on prior verdicts in his court that were ultimately overturned by the appellate courts. We are confident this verdict will also be overturned on appeal,” J&J said in a statement.

Lawyers for the women did not immediately respond to requests for comment from Reuters.

The women and their families said decades-long use of baby powder and other cosmetic talc products caused their illness. They allege that the company knew its talc was contaminated with asbestos since at least the 1970s but failed to warn consumers about the risks. A jury in July awarded $550 million in compensatory damages and $4.14 billion in punitive damages.

Reuters reported on Friday that J&J knew for decades that asbestos, a carcinogen, was in its Baby Powder.

On Tuesday, the plaintiffs’ attorney Mark Lanier said on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” that the plunge in the company’s stock helps his case. The $4.7 billion verdict he won for his clients is just a fraction of the more than $50 billion in market value that J&J has lost since scathing articles were published by Reuters on Friday and The New York Times over the weekend.

“It serves my purpose as a litigator to say, ‘Yes, get their attention, keep driving the stock down,'” he said.

The company denies that its talc products cause cancer or that they ever contained asbestos. It says decades of studies show its talc to be safe and has successfully overturned previous talc verdicts on technical legal grounds.

The majority of the thousands of lawsuits that J&J faces involve claims that talc itself caused ovarian cancer, but a smaller number of cases allege that contaminated talc caused mesothelioma, a tissue cancer closely linked to asbestos exposure. The cases that went to trial in St. Louis effectively combine those claims by for the first time alleging asbestos-contaminated talc caused ovarian cancer.

Reuters contributed to this article.


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Oil prices dip as stock markets slide, but trading tepid ahead of OPEC meeting

Oil prices fell along with weak stock markets on Thursday, but trading was tepid ahead of a meeting by producer group OPEC that is expected to result in a supply cut aimed at draining a glut that has pulled down crude prices by 30 percent since October. International Brent crude oil futures were down 7 cents, or 0.1 percent, at $61.49 per barrel. Traders said oil prices were being weighed down by weak global financial markets, which saw stock markets tumble on Thursday. Led by Saudi Arabia, OPEC


Oil prices fell along with weak stock markets on Thursday, but trading was tepid ahead of a meeting by producer group OPEC that is expected to result in a supply cut aimed at draining a glut that has pulled down crude prices by 30 percent since October. International Brent crude oil futures were down 7 cents, or 0.1 percent, at $61.49 per barrel. Traders said oil prices were being weighed down by weak global financial markets, which saw stock markets tumble on Thursday. Led by Saudi Arabia, OPEC
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Oil prices dip as stock markets slide, but trading tepid ahead of OPEC meeting

Oil prices fell along with weak stock markets on Thursday, but trading was tepid ahead of a meeting by producer group OPEC that is expected to result in a supply cut aimed at draining a glut that has pulled down crude prices by 30 percent since October.

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were at $52.66 per barrel at 0140 GMT, down 23 cents, or 0.4 percent, from their last close.

International Brent crude oil futures were down 7 cents, or 0.1 percent, at $61.49 per barrel.

Traders said oil prices were being weighed down by weak global financial markets, which saw stock markets tumble on Thursday.

Since early October, crude oil has lost around 30 percent of its value amid surging supply and fears that an economic downturn will erode fuel demand.

The Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is meeting at its headquarters in Vienna, Austria, on Thursday to decide its production policy.

Led by Saudi Arabia, OPEC’s crude oil production has risen by 4.1 percent since mid-2018, to 33.31 million barrels per day (bpd).

Oil output from the world’s biggest producers – OPEC, Russia and the United States – has increased by a 3.3 million bpd since the end of 2017, to 56.38 million bpd, meeting almost 60 percent of global consumption.

The increase alone is equivalent to the output of major OPEC producer United Arab Emirates.

Russia, a major oil producer but not a member of OPEC, will meet with the producer cartel on Friday to discuss production levels, and it is widely expected that a supply cut will be agreed.

“Markets…believe the production cut deal will be in range of 1-1.3 million bpd,” ANZ bank said on Thursday.


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Twitter has lost a third of value since June high, but one technician is buying the dip

Twitter shares have lost altitude. “I actually am pretty constructive on Twitter at current levels,” Mark Newton, technical analyst at Newton Advisors, told CNBC’s “Trading Nation” on Thursday. A 4 percent pullback from the current price above $31 would take Twitter shares down to around $30, a level it has not broken below since October. Twitter currently trades at 36 times forward earnings, down from its peak of nearly 60 times in June. Gibbs says she prefers Facebook or InterActive Corp over


Twitter shares have lost altitude. “I actually am pretty constructive on Twitter at current levels,” Mark Newton, technical analyst at Newton Advisors, told CNBC’s “Trading Nation” on Thursday. A 4 percent pullback from the current price above $31 would take Twitter shares down to around $30, a level it has not broken below since October. Twitter currently trades at 36 times forward earnings, down from its peak of nearly 60 times in June. Gibbs says she prefers Facebook or InterActive Corp over
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Twitter has lost a third of value since June high, but one technician is buying the dip

Twitter shares have lost altitude.

The social network has been in a tailspin since the summer, losing more than one-third of value after hitting 52-week highs in June.

One technical analyst foresees a bounce.

“I actually am pretty constructive on Twitter at current levels,” Mark Newton, technical analyst at Newton Advisors, told CNBC’s “Trading Nation” on Thursday. “The stock is down about 35 percent since June. However, this followed a time when the stock almost tripled in price last year, and so it’s actually been consolidating a bit.”

Twitter advanced more than 47 percent in 2017, its best year since going public in 2013. Even with its autumn lull, its shares are up 30 percent for 2018.

“I’m a buyer of the stock on pullbacks. Ideally right down there at $28 to $28.50 for me is a good level but I would start really nibbling on a 4 percent move,” he said.

A 4 percent pullback from the current price above $31 would take Twitter shares down to around $30, a level it has not broken below since October. A drop to $28 would mark an 11 percent decline.

“I like it technically and I’m buying with the expectation that it’s going to rally back to the mid- to high $30s,” added Newton.

But Erin Gibbs, portfolio manager at S&P Global Market Intelligence, says there are no signs a bottom is in for Twitter yet.

“When you look at these valuations, there’s a lot of room for them to drop and they’ve been dropping for over 18 months on a valuation basis as their profit growth slows further and further. Combine that with negative news and I really don’t see a stop just yet for the drop in the stock,” Gibbs said on “Trading Nation” on Thursday.

Twitter currently trades at 36 times forward earnings, down from its peak of nearly 60 times in June. It has an elevated valuation compared with the 17 times multiple on the XLC communications services ETF.

“It’s trading pretty close to its target price so there’s definitely room for it to drop further, and in general just growth momentum stocks are out of favor right now,” Gibbs added.

Gibbs says she prefers Facebook or InterActive Corp over Twitter as a way to play the interactive media space.


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European stocks dip as investor sentiment remains cautious

In terms of sectors, Healthcare is the best performing, up 0.10 percent, with all other sectors in negative territory. Utilities and Banks are at the top of the worst performing sectors, down nearly 1 percent. Brexit progress continues to dominate European headlines on Thursday. There is a meeting of EU leaders on Sunday at which they are expected to endorse the draft Brexit deal. In Asia, markets were in mixed territory with China stocks mostly negative amid ongoing trade tensions between Beiji


In terms of sectors, Healthcare is the best performing, up 0.10 percent, with all other sectors in negative territory. Utilities and Banks are at the top of the worst performing sectors, down nearly 1 percent. Brexit progress continues to dominate European headlines on Thursday. There is a meeting of EU leaders on Sunday at which they are expected to endorse the draft Brexit deal. In Asia, markets were in mixed territory with China stocks mostly negative amid ongoing trade tensions between Beiji
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European stocks dip as investor sentiment remains cautious

In terms of sectors, Healthcare is the best performing, up 0.10 percent, with all other sectors in negative territory. Utilities and Banks are at the top of the worst performing sectors, down nearly 1 percent.

Brexit progress continues to dominate European headlines on Thursday. U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May discussed the current state of Brexit negotiations with the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, on Wednesday.

May said progress was being made on a draft agreement on future EU-U.K. relations (a separate agreement from the Brexit deal) but Spain has threatened to vote against the draft Brexit deal if it is left out of talks on the future status of Gibraltar, a British territory on Spain’s southern coast. There is a meeting of EU leaders on Sunday at which they are expected to endorse the draft Brexit deal.

Meanwhile, Italy’s budget continues to cause a headache for Europe too. With Italy refusing to budge on its big spending plans for 2019, the European Commission announced on Wednesday that it is starting disciplinary measures against Italy which could result in it being fined. Investors are also keeping an eye on global trade developments.

In Asia, markets were in mixed territory with China stocks mostly negative amid ongoing trade tensions between Beijing and Washington. Investor attention is focused on a meeting between Presidents Xi Jinping and Donald Trump at an upcoming G-20 meeting in Buenos Aires on November 30.

In business news, investors will be keeping an eye on a Nissan board meeting to discuss the ousting of the carmaker’s Chairman Carlos Ghosn after his shock arrest earlier. Ghosn has been accused of alleged financial misconduct. Ghosn is also the chairman and chief executive of Renault so its shares are under pressure Thursday.

Oil prices dipped on Thursday after U.S. crude inventories increased to their highest level since December 2017, fueling more concerns of a possible oversupply in markets.

U.S. financial markets are closed on Thursday for the Thanksgiving public holiday and there are no major earnings Thursday. Data releases include preliminary euro area consumer confidence numbers for November.


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ECB’s Draghi hints at a possible dip in inflation

Patience and persistence in our monetary policy are still needed, says ECB’s Draghi 2 Hours Ago | 02:05Mario Draghi, the president of the European Central Bank (ECB), hinted at the possibility of inflation not rising as quickly as expected due to euro zone firms dealing with a slew of uncertainties. “If firms start to become more uncertain about the growth and inflation outlook, the squeeze on margins could prove more persistent,” Draghi said at a banking conference in Frankfurt Friday. “This wo


Patience and persistence in our monetary policy are still needed, says ECB’s Draghi 2 Hours Ago | 02:05Mario Draghi, the president of the European Central Bank (ECB), hinted at the possibility of inflation not rising as quickly as expected due to euro zone firms dealing with a slew of uncertainties. “If firms start to become more uncertain about the growth and inflation outlook, the squeeze on margins could prove more persistent,” Draghi said at a banking conference in Frankfurt Friday. “This wo
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ECB's Draghi hints at a possible dip in inflation

Patience and persistence in our monetary policy are still needed, says ECB’s Draghi 2 Hours Ago | 02:05

Mario Draghi, the president of the European Central Bank (ECB), hinted at the possibility of inflation not rising as quickly as expected due to euro zone firms dealing with a slew of uncertainties.

“If firms start to become more uncertain about the growth and inflation outlook, the squeeze on margins could prove more persistent,” Draghi said at a banking conference in Frankfurt Friday.

“This would affect the speed with which underlying inflation picks up and therefore the inflation path that we expect to see in the quarters ahead.”

Draghi’s speech was generally positive about the region and he reiterated that the central bank’s massive crisis-era bond-buying scheme is still due to be wound down at the end of this year. He said there was no reason why the current expansion in the euro area — which is now in its fifth year — should abruptly come to an end, adding that the economic cycle was resilient.

German bond yields rose on Friday on the back of these comments. The country’s 10-year bond yield rose to session highs at 0.376 percent, extending earlier rises, according to Reuters.


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Here’s why ‘buy the dip’ probably won’t be the winning strategy it’s been for years

“Buy the dip.” “As long as the economy remains strong and you get earnings growth, then equities are going to continue to rise. In other words, I don’t see any particular panic or … to me, the risk-reward isn’t necessarily screaming that you need to buy the dip,” Chintawongvanich said Tuesday on CNBC’s “Trading Nation.” In other words, investors are taking a more methodical approach to buying stock market dips, rather than swooping in to buy weakness. I’d say, strategically, if you’re invested i


“Buy the dip.” “As long as the economy remains strong and you get earnings growth, then equities are going to continue to rise. In other words, I don’t see any particular panic or … to me, the risk-reward isn’t necessarily screaming that you need to buy the dip,” Chintawongvanich said Tuesday on CNBC’s “Trading Nation.” In other words, investors are taking a more methodical approach to buying stock market dips, rather than swooping in to buy weakness. I’d say, strategically, if you’re invested i
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Here's why 'buy the dip' probably won't be the winning strategy it's been for years

“Buy the dip.”

It’s become a tried-and-true tactic on Wall Street, an approach equity investors could rely on since the financial crisis as stocks have climbed for the better part of nine years.

But some say that’s no longer the viable strategy it once was as the market environment shifts and the Federal Reserve remains on its path to normalizing monetary policy.

Pravit Chintawongvanich, equity derivatives strategist at Wells Fargo, said that while he isn’t seeing any indication of knee-jerk “panic” in the marketplace that would signal getting out of stocks, investors can’t assume buying every dip will pay off.

“As long as the economy remains strong and you get earnings growth, then equities are going to continue to rise. But you’re going to make your money in equities the same way you traditionally do, which is from rising earnings, dividends and buybacks. In other words, I don’t see any particular panic or … to me, the risk-reward isn’t necessarily screaming that you need to buy the dip,” Chintawongvanich said Tuesday on CNBC’s “Trading Nation.”

In other words, investors are taking a more methodical approach to buying stock market dips, rather than swooping in to buy weakness. Chintawongvanich believes the market could very well rally over the next year, but in the short term there may not be a “buyable dips” as investors contend with factors like the rise in real rates and the competition equities could face from climbing Treasury yields.

“I’m not necessarily bearish on the market. I’d say, strategically, if you’re invested in equities, then stay invested in equities. But to me, I don’t see this as a tactical point to necessarily add exposure,” he said.


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Netflix gets double upgrade as analyst urges to buy on the 27% dip

One Wall Street brokerage just did an about-face on Netflix, telling clients that the stock’s 27 percent decline from its July high represents an attractive buying opportunity. In a rare move, Buckingham Research raised its rating two notches to buy from underperform for Netflix shares, saying that while it was previously cautious on its “elevated” stock price, it still believes it is a top-notch option. “We have always viewed Netflix as the continued top streaming category winner,” analyst Matt


One Wall Street brokerage just did an about-face on Netflix, telling clients that the stock’s 27 percent decline from its July high represents an attractive buying opportunity. In a rare move, Buckingham Research raised its rating two notches to buy from underperform for Netflix shares, saying that while it was previously cautious on its “elevated” stock price, it still believes it is a top-notch option. “We have always viewed Netflix as the continued top streaming category winner,” analyst Matt
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Netflix gets double upgrade as analyst urges to buy on the 27% dip

One Wall Street brokerage just did an about-face on Netflix, telling clients that the stock’s 27 percent decline from its July high represents an attractive buying opportunity.

In a rare move, Buckingham Research raised its rating two notches to buy from underperform for Netflix shares, saying that while it was previously cautious on its “elevated” stock price, it still believes it is a top-notch option.

“We have always viewed Netflix as the continued top streaming category winner,” analyst Matthew Harrigan wrote Monday. We are “increasing our price target to $406 from $349, providing 31 percent upside, with the stock’s 27 percent decline from its July 12-month high being the primary upgrade catalyst.”

Netflix is down more than 9.9 percent over the last three months and is off nearly 27 percent from its 52-week high of $423.21 amid a technology stock rout. Shares of Facebook, Amazon and Google-parent Alphabet are each down more than 8 percent so far this quarter.

Shares rose 0.5 percent in premarket trading following the Buckingham upgrade.

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Buy Roku on the dip: ‘Exceptional platform’ to drive double-digit upside, says analyst

Roku’s stock presents a compelling buying opportunity, according to Wedbush Securities, which upgraded the video streaming company to outperform from neutral on Thursday. Analyst Michael Pachter told clients in a note that the recent pullback in the company’s shares offered savvy investors a good entry point.


Roku’s stock presents a compelling buying opportunity, according to Wedbush Securities, which upgraded the video streaming company to outperform from neutral on Thursday. Analyst Michael Pachter told clients in a note that the recent pullback in the company’s shares offered savvy investors a good entry point.
Buy Roku on the dip: ‘Exceptional platform’ to drive double-digit upside, says analyst Cached Page below :
Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2018-11-01  Authors: thomas franck, patrick t fallon, bloomberg, getty images, tom strickland, scott mlyn, chip chipman, victor j blue, alex wong, andrew harrer
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, roku, dip, analyst, upside, stock, video, upgraded, exceptional, thursdayanalyst, buy, securities, savvy, streaming, doubledigit, platform, drive, wedbush, shares, told


Buy Roku on the dip: 'Exceptional platform' to drive double-digit upside, says analyst

Roku’s stock presents a compelling buying opportunity, according to Wedbush Securities, which upgraded the video streaming company to outperform from neutral on Thursday.

Analyst Michael Pachter told clients in a note that the recent pullback in the company’s shares offered savvy investors a good entry point.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2018-11-01  Authors: thomas franck, patrick t fallon, bloomberg, getty images, tom strickland, scott mlyn, chip chipman, victor j blue, alex wong, andrew harrer
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, roku, dip, analyst, upside, stock, video, upgraded, exceptional, thursdayanalyst, buy, securities, savvy, streaming, doubledigit, platform, drive, wedbush, shares, told


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