Tesla, Goldman Sachs, Amazon, McDonald’s

Here are Wednesday’s biggest calls on Wall Street: Barclays initiates Penn as overweight Barclays initiated several casino and gaming companies, saying they are attractively valued. “We’re positive on diversified land-based gaming (CZR, PENN, BYD), and select companies across Lodging and Leisure, based on demand exposures and / or valuation.” Read more about this call here. … Read more

Tech the new value stocks? Here are the 10 cheapest names in tech

Value investors are likely seeing some surprising names pop up in their search for cheap names these days. Instead of consumer staples and energy stocks, names such as Netflix and Meta are likely catching the eye of these types of investors. After bearing the brunt of the bear market, many once high-flying technology shares are … Read more

These are the cheapest tech stocks today following the severe drawdown in the sector

After the carnage in tech stocks this year, CNBC Pro went searching for some of the cheapest names in the sector. Investors are turning away from names in the sector as rising inflation weighs on technology companies, and Wall Street deliberates how much lower those stocks have to fall. The Nasdaq Composite, which is dominated … Read more

Uber, Lyft, Airbnb, Starbucks and more

Close-up of vertical sign with logos for ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft. Smith Collection | Gado | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Lyft – Shares of Lyft tumbled about 32% after the ride-hailing company issued disappointing guidance for the second quarter and said it would increase spending to attract … Read more

Best trades on CNBC Friday: Pros look at Cleveland-Cliffs, and what about consumer staples?

A recap of Friday’s best stock picks on CNBC.

Looking for the next earnings season blowups after the Netflix disaster

CNBC Pro found more companies with similarly troubling set-ups after shockingly poor subscriber numbers cratered Netflix shares.

Here are Tuesday's biggest analyst calls of the day: Cisco, Starbucks, CrowdStrike, Apple & more

Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on

The Nasdaq is down more than 10% this year. Here are Wall Street's top picks to buy the dip

As tech stocks endure a broad sell-off this year, Wall Street analysts name some of their top stocks to buy right now.