The e-commerce company’s shares will have a fair value estimate of $45 following the planned 10-1 split.
Solid earnings from Okta, Elastic, and others come as investors look for stocks that could weather a slowdown.
Shoals Technologies leads the gains, but First Solar misses out on the rally.
Amazon's stock will have a fair value estimate of $192 per share following 20-1 split.
There are signs the tide may be turning even as challenges continue in some sectors.
Here are the energy stocks and basic materials companies that saw the largest fair value increases during earnings season.
Opportunities in the stock market haven't been this abundant since the pandemic selloff.
Stocks avoid bear market, barely, as retailers get slammed.
Citigroup and Sabre are among those left undervalued despite strong first-quarter results.
After the market’s decline, five of the biggest names are now undervalued.
Latest CPI report is on deck. Devon Energy and Occidental rally. Lyft shares plunge.
The rotation into defensive stocks has lifted utilities shares, but many are now overvalued and the outlook is risky.
Another rate hike is in sight, but that's good for savers. Chinese stocks Pinduoduo, JD.com bounce. Tesla, Amazon shares slide.
This year's selloff in technology shares was so steep it left these companies undervalued.
Banks and pharmaceutical companies face a wave of shareholder proposals. Netflix shares plunge as United, Delta, and American rise.
Undervalued stocks in the financial, automobile, and semiconductor industries recently had major valuation increases.
Major banks start reporting. Delta and travel stocks rise higher. Healthcare stocks reverse gains while Nvidia and AMD extend losses.
Fed minutes trigger a tech selloff, Nvidia shares slide. Defensive sectors rally.
Commodity-sensitive stocks take big gains, while supply chain issues and higher rates sent the worst performers crashing.
Oil prices tumble and the yield curve inverts. Trip.com and airlines on the rise, while bank stocks take a hit.
Rising mortgage rates have sent housing-related stocks tumbling.
More strong readings on the labor market are expected as the Fed is seen moving higher, faster on rates.
Thanks to a big rally, long-underperforming energy stocks are now starting to look expensive.
Chinese ADRs bounce back, Nvidia and Moderna rise, and energy stocks slump.
Shares of the carriers often rise when the price of oil—their most volatile input—falls in price.
Volatility continues to dominate markets.
Demand headwinds may be ahead.
While few companies’ fair value estimates increased, some sectors saw particularly strong gains.
Oil tops $116, Occidental and Kroger hit new highs. Travel and European bank stocks continue to slip.
Markets recoup losses as Tenneco and Farfetch gain. Travel and European banks falter.
Palo Alto and Crowdstrike rally, Okta tumbles before closing higher.
Sabre, DoorDash rally, while Roblox, Roku take a big hit.
Intel, Fanuc, and Incyte are among cheap stocks despite strong Q4 results.
Investors see the number of undervalued technology names almost double in a month, including Salesforce, Sabre.
Competition from traditional automakers is highlighting lofty valuations on Tesla and others.
Disney, Microsoft in high-quality bargain bin thanks to the market sell-off.
The tech sell-off has been brutal, but bargains are starting to emerge.
These undervalued stocks had the largest valuation increases by Morningstar analysts during 2021.
As Apple nears this milestone, what does it look like to be a $3 trillion stock?
Moderna and BioNTech were among a top performers list dominated by tech, energy, and consumer names.
Energy, tech, and real estate are leading the market. Here are some names with room to run in 2022.
GameStop, AMC, and others started 2021 with huge gains and big headlines. But lately it's been rough going.
These high-quality names were caught up the market downdraft.
We’ve raised the fair value estimates on these undervalued stocks.
Third-quarter earnings reports are easing worries about the holiday season, but many names remain overvalued.
We raised our expectations for many energy and technology stocks, but are there any opportunities as a result?
Companies at the top don't stay that way forever.
As the post-pandemic pharma landscape takes shape, Moderna and BioNTech slide, Pfizer rallies.
These stocks crushed third-quarter expectations and remain undervalued.
Some of these stragglers just turned cheap.