Tesla, Amazon, First Solar, Roku, Apple

Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Monday: Canaccord reiterates Tesla as buy Canaccord raised its price target on Tesla to $881 per share from $815 and says the company is a “sustainability behemoth.” “While macroeconomic factors and recent price increases can certainly impact order rates, we estimate Tesla’s EV momentum and competitive … Read more

Tesla, Amazon, Twitter, Costco, Apple

Here are Tuesday’s biggest calls on Wall Street: Truist initiates Tesla as buy Truist said Tesla is a “remarkable success story.” “Overcoming obstacles in traditional, established, automotive & energy industries, Tesla developed innovative technology, built scale, and achieved industry-leading profitability.” Read more about this call here. Morgan Stanley reiterates Tesla overweight Morgan Stanley lowered its … Read more

Buy-rated global stocks with track record of earnings growth

Corporate earnings have come into sharp focus ahead of second-quarter results, with market watchers anticipating further stock pullbacks as companies report lower earnings and guidance. This earnings season is seen by many as a barometer of the state of the economy, after a series of interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve – including a … Read more

Amazon, Netflix, Etsy, Nvidia, Nike, Tesla

Here are Wednesday’s biggest calls on Wall Street: Goldman Sachs lowers price target on Tesla to $ 1,000 from $ 1,200 Goldman lowered its price target on the automaker to $ 1,000 per share from $ 1,200, but kept its buy rating to “better reject additional supply chain constraints in the near-term, and weaker demand … Read more

Buy fertilizer stocks on supply outlook beyond 2023, Barclays says

Fertilizer and agricultural supply stocks will continue to get a boost from supply challenges that last beyond 2023, according to Barclays. Analyst Benjamin M. Theurer initiated research coverage of Corteva and Nutrien with overweight ratings, saying in a Wednesday note that demand will remain strong for agricultural products. “We see lasting supply / demand tightness … Read more

How to invest in one of the hottest commodities of the next three decades: water

The world needs to become smarter about water usage, and these companies are helping industries cut usage and better understand resource management.