Bull and Bear of the WeekAuthor: MarketWatch.com
27 Feb 2017

Bull and Bear of the Week

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Charles Rotblut at Zacks.com culls his firm's "Bull of the Day" and "Bear of the Day" to bring the Bull and Bear of the Week to "Your Money with Chuck Jaffe." Each week you'll get solid reasoning on a stock to buy and one to sell.

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    Snap-On is the Bull of the Week

    Charles Rotblut, senior market analyst for Zacks.com, says that Snap-On has moved from turn-around play into well-managed performer, making the stock his pick for "Bull of the Week." Zacks expects Snap-On to gain 25% over the next six months. Rotblut's "Bear of the Week" is Zions Bancorp.

  • Posted on 04 Sep 2008

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    'Reinvented' IBM is the 'Bull of the Week'

    Charles Rotblut, senior market analyst for Zacks.com, says that international diversification, key strategic acquisitions and a focus on the high-growth, high-value segments of the information technology business make International Business Machines the "Bull of the Week." Rotblut said that IBM is not the same old Big Blue, but has reinvented itself into a "blue-chip technology stock;" Zacks has a six-month target price of $140 per share for IBM, about 14% higher than current levels. Rotblut's pick for "Bear of the Week" was SanDisk.

  • Posted on 28 Aug 2008

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    Bull of the Week: Stone Energy

    Charles Rotblut, senior market analyst for Zacks.com, says that deflation of oil and gas bubbles has dropped the prices of many energy stocks, but it has created opportunities, like the one that makes Stone Energy Corp. the "Bull of the Week." In a radio interview, Rotblut said that Zacks analysts expect Stone to reach a six-month price target of $67 per share, up about 30 percent from current levels, although he acknowledged the stock will be choppy as it rides out market turbulence over the next sic to eight weeks. Rotblut made Post Properties the "Bear of the Week;" Zacks analysts expect the stock to drop by roughly 10 percent, to $28 per share, over the next six months.

  • Posted on 21 Aug 2008

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    Zacks.com Bull and Bear of the Week

    Charles Rotblut, senior market analyst for Zacks.com, said that the potential for a better merger deal with Roche makes Genentech the "Bull of the Week." Rotblut noted that Genentech rejected Roche's first offer of $89 per share, but Zacks expects a deal to get done in the range of $110 per share, the target price at which the firm would suggest locking in profits on the stock. On the flip side, Rotblut made footwear manufacturer Deckers the "Bear of the Week," noting that the maker of UGG boots appears to be overvalued, and putting a six-month target price of $106 per share on the stock, a drop of 17% from Wednesday's close.

  • Posted on 14 Aug 2008

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    Bull and Bear of the Week from Zacks.com

    Charles Rotblut, senior market analyst for Zacks.com, said that improved valuations, caused by a previously predicted market decline, make Whole Foods Market the "Bull of the Week," less than nine months after the stock had been so overpriced that Rotblut had pegged it as a "Bear of the Week." At this point, Rotblut noted that Zacks' analysts expect Whole Foods to bounce back from current levels, gaining more than 35% over the next six months. Rotblut's pick for Bear of the Week was Cadence Design Systems, where he expects the stock to take a 25% haircut over the next six months.

  • Posted on 17 Jul 2008

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