Adobe is upgraded to 'buy,' and Coca-Cola is initiated with an 'outperform.'
When your economy is better than everyone else's, taking cues from the same old indicators is stupid.
Gas- and oil-producing MLPs haven't shared in the huge run of their midstream cousins, and some look like good values even today.
Stocks are slightly higher after both the Dow and S&P 500 cleared record round-number hurdles at the close of last week.
The group just seems right for rotation and appreciation.
With the possibility of surging prices this summer, you can't afford to ignore these names.
Northrop Grumman upgraded to 'neutral' and Juniper upgraded to 'buy.'
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