Each of these movers and shakers is being propelled by gale-force industry trends. Investors could reap huge rewards.
The share offering from the energy company should be every bit as successful as those of Yelp and Western Digital.
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Stocks are up on positive economic data out of China and Japan, paired with the lack of action by the US military in Syria.
Baidu is upgraded to 'overweight,' and Angie's List is downgraded to 'outperform.'
Stocks are mixed, with the Nasdaq supported in positive territory for the second day in a row by a post-earnings advance from one of its most high-profile members.
Lululemon is initiated with a 'buy,' and AMD is downgraded to 'underweight.'
None of these supposedly dire recent worries have amounted to anything in this market, and those who took advantage of them and invested made a nice profit.
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Shares of DVR pioneer TiVo are up 40% over the past 2 years, but unlike with the industry giants, there's still plenty of room to run with this pay-TV play.
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