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Lightning Strikes Again For Thor Industries
To say that Thor Industries (NYSE: THO) has benefited from the pandemic is a bit of an understatement. The entire RV and camping industry has seen a sustained uptick in business that is not only sustaining itself but accelerating.
Rev Group Rockets Higher After Raising Guidance Again
REV Group moves to new highs after blowout results and improved guidance.
3 More Reasons To Invest In The Reopening
The reopening may take some time to gain momentum, but by the end of the year, we expect the economic picture to look much different than it does now. Until then here are three more stocks to put on your watch list that we think are well-positioned to benefit from the reopening.
ChargePoint Looks Like a Cautious Buy After Earnings
ChargePoint Holdings stock looks to have found a floor. The company faces some short-term obstacles, but the long-term trend is positive. Risk-tolerant investors should look to make opportunistic buys in CHPT stock.
Forum Energy Technology Shares Rise As Restructuring Progresses
Forum Energy Technologies advanced 40% since its May earnings report. The company is making progress restructuring its debt, but low float and high volatility make it a risky investment.
Kohls Stock is Ready to Reload After Blowout Earnings
Retail department store chain Kohl’s Corporation (NYSE: KSS) stock recently collapsed in reaction to its blow out Q1 2021 earnings results providing prudent investors an opportunity to reload shares.
DexCom Beats Views, Raises Guidance, But Shares Are Down
DexCom (NASDAQ: DXCM), which makes glucose monitoring systems, is still slogging through a correction that began in August. However, analysts remain optimistic about the stock's prospects.
Fair or Not, Workday May Be Part of a Summer Selloff in Tech Stocks
Workday stock appears to be caught up in the broader tech selloff. While the company still presents a long-term opportunity, traders may want to avoid taking a position in WDAY stock until sentiment changes.
Ford Stakes Its Future On EVs, Commercial Sales, And Services
Ford Motor is staking its future on electric vehicles, with plans to have 40% of its fleet battery powered by 2030. Shares are up more than 6% since the company shared its vision on investors' day on May 26.