The companies are looking to grow earnings per share by cutting costs and adding products in a slowing economic environment, according to Douglas C. Lane & Associates' portfolio manager and equity analyst at Sarat Sethi. » Read More
Jim Suva, senior tech analyst at Citi, said Apple will diversify supply chain beyond China amid the ongoing trade war. » Read More
Deere's stock could grow even more as better balance in the global crop and livestock markets drive an equipment replacement, according to Jefferies. » Read More
Given the amount of stimulus and fear, in addition to reasonable valuations for stocks, Leuthhold Group's chief investment strategist James Paulsen is staying bullish on the markets. » Read More
The Federal Reserve's plans to cut rates will not save the economy from bad data signaling a slowdown, according to Credit Suisse chief U.S. equity strategist Jonathan Golub.
RBC Capital Markets' lead internet analysts Mark Mahaney raised the price target for Amazon to $2,300 saying its fundamentals have improved.
The 10-year Treasury note has outperformed the S&P 500 over the past 12 months demonstrating a buying opportunity in the bond market, according to Gluskin Sheff's chief economist David Rosenberg.
A dovish Federal Reserve and geopolitical risks are playing a role in the jump in oil prices, said Jeff Currie, Goldman Sachs global head of commodities research.
The economy's weakness is concentrated in the goods producing sector, according to J.P. Morgan's chief U.S. economist Michael Feroli.
Direct competitors like Amazon's Prime Video and Hulu remain a threat, while new players like Apple and Disney are putting pressure on Netflix.
The U.S. is better postioned than China in a trade war, according to Strategas Research Partners Chairman Jason Trennert.
The market will go down on Wednesday if the Federal Reserve decides not to cut interest rates, according to Leuthold Group's chief investment strategist Jim Paulsen.
Given growth deceleration in FAANG stocks and heightened regulatory scrutiny on big technology companies, Alphabet is better positioned than Facebook, Needham said Monday.
The Federal Reserve faces pressure from the bond market and political scrutiny ahead of this week's FOMC meeting, said Fidelity Investments director of global macro Jurrien Timmer.
Given the regulatory scrutiny, big technologies companies will not consider large acquisitions, according to RBC Capital Markets' lead technology analyst Mark Mahaney.
Investors are looking to companies like Beyond Meat, Chewy and CrowdStrike for growth opportunities in a slow growth economy, according to Renaissance IPO ETF manager Kathleen Smith.
AlphaOne Capital Partners' Dan Niles is forecasting a fall in semiconductor stocks as he believes chipmakers will start to cut their earnings forecasts for the second half of the year.
The profit picture is slowing down and people need to pay more attention, according to CEO and chief investment officer of Richard Bernstein Advisors.
Value stocks are sitting in recession territory but will rebound on a trade deal or Fed rate cuts, according to JP Morgan's head of U.S. equity strategy Dubravko Lakos-Bujas.
Amid the trade war, markets and the economy will need to get worse before getting better, said Deutsche Bank's chief U.S. equity and global strategy Binky Chadha.