Retail stocks are fluctuating on earnings reports and analyst calls.
SanDisk is upgraded to 'above average,' and AMD is downgraded to 'hold.'
Facebook is initiated with a 'buy,' and Western Digital is downgraded to 'equal weight.'
SanDisk is downgraded to 'hold,' and Riverbed is downgraded at 3 firms.
Johnson Controls is upgraded to 'buy,' and Janney Capital is initiating apparel companies.
With rapid growth in sales and earnings, these stocks offer excellent appreciation potential.
Solid operating momentum, a cash-heavy balance sheet, and an attractive yield are just a few of the attractions of these shares.
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