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    Getty Kawhi Leonard guarding Bradley Beal. After a disastrous end to last season, the Los Angeles Clippers have come out swinging to start this season. They beat the Lakers in the first game and are now only one game behind the Utah Jazz for the top seed in the Western Conference. Whatever new head coach Ty Lue is doing appears to be working well. However, it’s hard to forget about last year’s playoff collapse. The roster is mostly the same outside of the minor additions of Serge Ibaka and Luke Kennard. Though it’s possible the Clippers finish with a better regular-season record than the Lakers, it’s still hard to imagine them beating the Los Angeles rivals in a seven-game playoff series. If the team also believe they can’t beat the Lakers, they may need to look at upgrading their roster. ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith believes that a trade...
    The Kansas City Chiefs are on the verge of going to their second consecutive Super Bowl. The Chiefs defeated the Cleveland Browns in the Divisional Round to advance to the AFC championship game. Now they face the Buffalo Bills in the AFC championship. However, they may be without star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who suffered a concussion against the Browns. NFL analyst Marcus Spears spoke on Get Up about the Chiefs’ game against the Bills. He believes that the Chiefs have almost no chance to defeat the Bills without Patrick Mahomes. While he noted that the Chiefs have other good players right now, Patrick Mahomes makes them much better, and helps the team tick and play on another level. “I don’t think they can beat the Bills without him. We’ve seen the Bills be explosive offensively, and sometimes you just have to match that. “If Pat Mahomes is not on...
    Maxwell fireworks as Australia hit 186-5 in India T20 The best wine you can buy at Walmart or Target Stitch Fix Soars Premarket as Shorts Squeezed By Profit Beat (Bloomberg) -- Stitch Fix Inc. shares surged in premarket trading after reporting fiscal first-quarter profit and revenue that beat analyst estimates for the heavily-shorted personal-styling company. Load Error The San Francisco-based firm’s profit was 9 cents a share in the quarter on net revenue of $490.4 million, the company said in a statement. That exceeded the average analyst estimates for a loss of 18 cents and net sales of $481 million, according to Bloomberg data. The stock jumped 36% in premarket trading Tuesday. Stitch Fix is benefiting from a “generally improving” U.S. apparel spending backdrop, according to Morgan Stanley analyst Lauren Schenk. Better-than-feared top-line growth and a beat for full-year revenue guidance “caused the stock to squeeze,” Schenk wrote...
    The Houston Texans are slated to take on the Detroit Lions in a Thanksgiving Day game. JJ Watt has become a subject of discussion after his performance against the New England Patriots. In a rare win for the Texans, Watt played a fantastic game. He had 2 important solo tackles that helped the Texans secure the W. NFL analyst Peter Schrager spoke on Good Morning Football. Schrager was very complimentary towards Watt’s performance against the Patriots. “You know who played well last week?… Watt showed up last week. I was watching the Texans-Patriots game, and JJ Watt was all over the field, batting down passes, showing emotion.”  Nov 22, 2020; Houston, Texas, USA; Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt (99) reacts after a play during the fourth quarter against the New England Patriots at NRG Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports He noted that Watt had lately been featuring...
    Gervonta Davis seems to be on track to make 130 pounds The most luxurious retirement communities in America The Lone Bear on India’s Biggest Bank Shrugs Off Profit Beat (Bloomberg) -- Pankaj Agarwal has mostly stuck to his sell rating on HDFC Bank Ltd. for six years, during which the lender’s stock has tripled in value, turning it into India’s biggest by market capitalization. Load Error Yet investors who followed Agarwal’s recommendations over the past 12 months have yielded a 34% return, the most among more than 40 analysts covering the stock. After a rebound of about 63% from its March low, HDFC Bank’s stock is too expensive given the risks related to management change and asset quality, as Indian lenders face “one of the most challenging phases” amid Covid-19 and the nation’s prolonged credit crisis, Agarwal, an analyst at Ambit Capital Pvt, said in an interview. He...
    Eric Yuan, CEO of Zoom Video Communications poses for a photo after he took part in a bell ringing ceremony at the NASDAQ MarketSite in New York, April 18, 2019.Carlo Allegri | Reuters Zoom shares soared 41% on Tuesday, lifting the video-conferencing software company's market cap to $129 billion after revenue and earnings blew past analysts' estimates. The rally added $37 billion of market value to Zoom, which went public in April 2019 and was worth about $16 billion after its initial day of trading. The company has been perhaps the biggest corporate beneficiary of the coronavirus pandemic, as employers across the globe have turned to the video chat technology to stay connected with staffers, customers and partners.  Revenue in the period surged 355% to $663.5 million, topping the $500.5 million average estimate of analysts, according to Refinitiv. Adjusted earnings per share of 92 cents more than doubled analysts' estimates...
    Spencer Platt | Getty Images As earnings season wraps up, analysts are reviewing their short-term and long-term take on the stocks they cover. While some companies delivered blowout quarters (see below), other stocks are suffering as global restrictions continue. And while government-backed stimulus programs can provide some relief, the truth remains that the pandemic- and its impact on business- is a long way from over.  In this unprecedented time, it makes sense to follow the stock picks of analysts with a proven track record of success. TipRanks analyst forecasting service attempts to pinpoint Wall Street's best-performing analysts. These are the analysts with the highest success rate and average return measured on a one-year basis — factoring in the number of ratings made by each analyst. Here are the best-performing analysts' five favorite stocks right now:CarvanaWells Fargo's Zachary Fadem just ramped up his price target to $200 from $175 on auto retailer stock Carvana- which...
    All the Cage: Chimaev thrills in UFC debut; prospects coming up big on Fight Island The Uneasy Privilege of the Daytime Nightgown IBM stock gains after earnings beat but the ‘really important stuff’ could be doing better, analyst says THE RATINGS GAME © Bloomberg News IBM’s Red Hat revenue grew in the latest quarter but some analysts are concerned about revenue declines elsewhere. International Business Machines Corp. shares ticked higher Tuesday after the company topped June-quarter expectations, but analysts weren’t giving the company too much credit for clearing a low bar. Load Error Mused MoffettNathanson analyst Lisa Ellis: “We’re still working on getting the semantics right: when companies beat previously-slashed estimates, is that ‘better than’ expectations? Or ‘less bad than’? Or ‘not as bad as’?” See more: IBM stock pops higher as earnings beat expectations but sales decline yet again She wrote that open source...
    VIDEO5:3605:36Top earnings reports to watch in the week aheadTrading Nation Earnings season has begun in earnest. Nearly 90 S&P 500 companies and eight Dow components are slated to report earnings this week, according to FactSet, in a quarter clouded by impartial data and shoddy guidance. The second quarter marked a slight upturn in the U.S. economy from its crippling March lows, but the jury's still out on whether the market will see a V-shaped recovery. With analyst estimates on the fritz, traders are looking to other metrics for signs of what could play out. "What I think investors have to watch is continuing revisions," Gina Sanchez, founder and CEO of Chantico Global, told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Friday. "Analyst revisions tell you information about what they're getting in real time and how they're adapting their earnings estimates." "If you look at the extremes, that's where most of the interesting outcomes...
    Getty Lamar Jackson feasting during a game against the Jets. The rivalry between Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson seems like it’s just getting started, and the only thing that is clear is each player is going to be very rich for a long time. In the end, though, Mahomes might be a little bit ahead of Jackson in terms of a player and he is certainly ahead of him in terms of a contract. What could change that in the end? Colin Cowherd of Fox Sports compared the Baltimore Ravens star with the stud from the Kansas City Chiefs and said that in the end, there’s really one difference and thus far, it’s the postseason. "Were just seeing the surface with Patrick Mahomes. If youre going to catch up to him, good luck." @ColinCowherd explains what separates the Chiefs QB from Lamar Jackson: pic.twitter.com/VAtgOp8g6f — Herd w/Colin Cowherd...
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