The company behind WeWork is expected to go public later this year, possibly as soon as the next few weeks, and, as the author of today’s article observes, “Investors predict it will change the world as we know it—or be a money-losing disaster—seemingly with little middle ground. And it indeed has the perfect ingredients for debate: A sky-high valuation, a lack of profits, impressive growth, and an unconventional, effusive founder.” So what’s the most bullish case for WeWork – and the most bearish case? CLICK HERE.
As marijuana investing becomes increasingly mainstream, Wall Street analysts are increasingly initiating coverage of cannabis stocks. Among the most recent additions, Bank of America has initiated coverage of four cannabis stocks – three of which the firm is bullish on. For more – including Bank of America’s top cannabis stock pick and which of the four pot stocks it is not recommending – CLICK HERE.
It’s that time of year when many firms issue their top stock picks and favorite sectors for the year ahead – and Credit Suisse (which has the most bullish outlook for the S&P 500 next year amongst its peers) has added 11 companies to its Top Picks list, all of which are covered with Outperform ratings. For these 11 stocks – including three airlines – that are among the investment bank’s research team’s best ideas for next year, CLICK HERE.
The author of today’s article acknowledges that “gold investors might be discouraged by its performance this year” – and notes that, in the wake of Turkey’s recent lira meltdown, the safe haven of choice for investors was not gold. Is now the time for contrarians to get bullish on the yellow metal? The author identifies some signs that this may be the case – including a decision by the world’s largest fund company in regards to its precious metals and mining fund. For more, CLICK HERE.
Although we are just past the half-year mark for 2017, analysts at Morgan Stanley have already identified the stocks that they are most bullish on for the next year in their annual “vintage value” list. To find out which stocks Morgan Stanley’s analysts assess to be high conviction “one-year buy-and-hold investment opportunit[ies]” and what the firm’s price target is for them – as well as for the criteria used in compiling the list – CLICK HERE.