Tech & Science These 11 stocks are set to crush the market over the next year, according to one Wall Street firm

18:25  06 december  2019
18:25  06 december  2019 Source:   businessinsider.com.au

These 8 stocks could crush the market over the next 3 to 5 years, Rosenblatt says

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Wall Street has yet to price a big move for Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) – the world’s largest mobile chip firm – and its .4 billion buyout bid of But Wall Street is forgetting just how much the company has going on these days. The new Apple Watch is selling at about 10 million units a year

The firm 's analysts picked their favorite stocks across the industries they cover, includingsoftware, technology, retail, and financial services, among Here are 16 companies that could dominate the market in August, according to Wedbush. They're listed in increasing order of expected upside from

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  • Wedbush Securities released its updated "Best Ideas List" for December on Friday.
  • The report includes the firm's top stock picks across the industries it covers including software, retail, and financial services.
  • Markets Insider calculated the implied upside for each stock using their closing prices on Thursday and the price targets provided in the report.
  • Here are 11 stocks that could crush the market next year, according to Wedbush.
  • Visit the Business Insider homepage for more stories.

Wedbush Securities on Friday published an update to its "Best Ideas List," which features a collection of the bank's favourite stocks in December.

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The economic effects of the September 11 attacks were initial shocks causing global stock markets to drop sharply. The September 11 attacks themselves resulted in approximately billion in insurance losses, making it one of the largest insured events ever.

The Wall Street firm's report includes stock picks across the variety of industries Wedbush covers, including software, retail, and financial services.

Each pick is accompanied by a price target from the firm's analysts, and Markets Insider calculated an implied upside using that data. That represents the potential return from Thursday's closing prices to the forecasted price targets in the report.

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Tesla is a 'must-own stock ' in the transportation sector, according to a Monday note by Alexander The year 2023 is important because afterwards, Tesla "will have achieved something resembling But over time, something changed. "The more we looked, the more we began considering the possibility

OV/UN Valued: Stocks with a red number are undervalued by this percentage. Those with a black Stocks with a black number in the table are projected to move higher by that percentage over the Richard began writing market research in 1984 and held positions as market strategist at firms such

These 11 stocks could dominate the market next year, according to Wedbush. They're listed in increasing order of expected upside from Thursday's closing prices.

11. Royal Caribbean Cruises

a large ship in a body of water with a mountain in the backgroundTicker: RCL

Industry: Hospitality

Price target: $US140

Implied upside: 15.7%

Source: Wedbush Securities

10. Tempur Sealy International

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Industry: Mattress manufacturing

Price target: $US100

Implied upside: 17.9%

Source: Wedbush Securities

9. Advance Auto Parts

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Industry: Automotive parts

Price target: $US180

Implied upside: 18.2%

Source: Wedbush Securities

8. Salesforce

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Industry: Software

Price target: $US192

Implied upside: 21.3%

Source: Wedbush Securities

7. Pegasystems

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Industry: Software

Price target: $US95

Implied upside: 23%

Source: Wedbush Securities

6. Activision

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Industry: Video game publisher

Price target: $US69

Implied upside: 25.5%

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Much of this optimism is reflected in the ratings and price targets that Wall Street has bestowed on pot stocks . It's commonplace for the equivalent of buy and hold ratings to handily outnumber sell ratings on Wall Street , and this practice has certainly been carried over to the cannabis industry.

4 Stocks Set to Crush Q 1 Earnings. These four stocks are gearing up for a blow-out Strong top-line growth is consistent with solid economic activity in the first quarter," says the firm . Wall Street futures look set to push further into record high territory Wednesday, pulling global stocks into the

Source: Wedbush Securities

5. Jack in the Box

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Industry: Fast food

Price target: $US100

Implied upside: 27%

Source: Wedbush Securities

4. PayPal

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Industry: Payments

Price target: $US140

Implied upside: 33.8%

Source: Wedbush Securities

3. Columbia Sportswear

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Industry: Retail

Price target: $US126

Implied upside: 37.6%

Source: Wedbush Securities

2. Wix.com



Industry: Web development

Price target: $US165

Implied upside: 38.9%

Source: Wedbush Securities

1. Zynga



Industry: Game developer

Price target: $US9

Implied upside: 44.2%

Source: Wedbush Securities

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