The Dow Jones Industrial Average posted a 12th consecutive gain yesterday matching a record set way back in 1987. This morning the futures are looking slightly down, as investors try to step some and look at where we stand after a breathtaking run. Wall Street will be watching and listening closely tonight when President Donald Trump delivers an address to Congress that will focus on economic opportunity and national security.
24/7 Wall St. reviews dozens of analyst research reports each morning to find new trading and investing ideas for its readers. Some analyst calls cover stocks to buy, while others cover stocks to sell or avoid.
These are this Tuesday’s top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations.
Apple Inc.’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) price target was raised to $180 from $150 at Guggenheim. That compares with a Wall Street consensus price at $140.91. The 52-week trading range for the technology giant is $89.47 to $139.48. The shares closed Monday at $136.93.
CVS Health Inc. (NYSE: CVS) was removed from the Merrill Lynch US 1 List, but the firm kept its Buy rating on the shares. The 52-week trading range is $69.30 to $106.67. The Wall Street consensus target for the pharmacy chain is $86.34. The shares closed Monday at $81.41.
CenturyLink Inc. (NYSE: CTL) was started with a Neutral rating at MoffettNathanson. The 52-week range is $22.86 to $33.45. The consensus price target is $27.67, and shares closed...