The bears have been prowling around the electronics and office products companies, while leaving some other retailers alone for a while.
If you think first-quarter momentum is set to build in both of these names, this trade is for you.
There's no evidence the shorts are piling on, ahead of an anticipated market pullback -- but here's what they liked last month.
Elan is upgraded to 'market perform,' and Affymax is downgraded to 'neutral.'
Netflix is both upgraded and downgraded, and SanDisk is upgraded to 'buy.'
While it's at it, the retailer could learn a lot from Starbucks about using technology to drive sales.
Qualcomm eyes the future of wireless communication, Coinstar takes on Netflix, while FedEx, Bed Bath & Beyond, and FactSet are set to report earnings.
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