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Yahoo BusinessOct 20, 2020
Analysts Press the ‘Buy' Button on These 3 Under-the-Radar Stocks
We've talked a lot about the economic downturn of this past spring and summer, and that's a real story. The sequel, of course, is the remarkably fast recovery we've been experiencing, as first the stock market and then the general economy began bouncing back.The addendum to all of this, of course, is that there are stocks flashing ‘buy' signs for investors. The reasons can vary, but at bottom, it's fair to say that not every company suffered from coronavirus. For some, the new market conditions presented opportunities.Wall Street's stock analysts make their reputations by spotting those opportunities - and letting the investing public know. We've opened the TipRanks database and pulled up three under-the-radar stocks that just received a thumbs-up from the analysts. There is upside here, along with some risk - but for investors willing to shoulder that, here are some unexpected picks from the Street.O'Reilly Automotive, Inc. (ORLY)One of the sectors that has seen positive growth in the ‘corona era' is ‘do it yourself.' DIY companies have found an expanding customer base as the social and economic isolation policies put in place to combat the virus closed businesses and forced people to stay home - but basic maintenance is still a requirement. O'Reilly is one such company. It sells aftermarket auto parts and supplies, including tools and accessories, to the DIY and professional market. The company boasts over 5,400 stores across the US and Mexico.American love their cars, and always have; home auto repair is

The Motley FoolOct 20, 2020
Dow Jones Jumps 350 Points; IBM Stock Tumbles After Earnings; Intel to Sell Memory Chip Business
IBM failed to convince investors that its stock was a good investment after another lackluster quarter, and Intel is unloading a noncore business.

MarketWatch MarketPulseOct 20, 2020
IBM's stock is the lone Dow decliner, would cut about 30 points off the Dow's price
Shares of International Business Machines Corp. dropped 3.7% in premarket trading Tuesday, and was the only decliner among Dow Jones Industrial Average components ahead of the open, after the technology giant reported another quarterly revenue decline and didn't provide financial guidance. The stock's implied price decline would shave about 30 points off the Dow's price, while Dow futures rose 103 points, or 0.4%. Wedbush analyst Moshe Katri said the third-quarter results, which were reported late Monday, were "mixed," as the net result continues to be "lackluster revenue growth and inconsistent margin performance." The stock has lost 6.4% year to date through Monday, while the Dow has eased 1.2%.

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