Barron's Latest Picks And Pans: Netflix, IBM, Rivian, Apple And More

Barron's Latest Picks And Pans: Netflix, IBM, Rivian, Apple And More

This weekend's Barron's cover story says that just because January may turn out badly for the markets, the doesn't necessarily predict how the rest of 2022 will unfold.

Other featured articles discuss the anticipation surrounding IBM's earnings report and why one analyst is bullish on Netflix.

Also, an electric-truck maker's stock continues to plunge and why Wells Fargo has raised its price target for Apple.

"A Rough January Doesna??t Mean a Lost Year. Where the Deals Are in the Stock Market," by Al Root says that a tough first month doesna??t have to portend dooma??though it does raise the odds of a bad year.

Eric Savitz writes about International Business Machines Corp's (NYSE:IBM) anticipated report of fourth-quarter earnings after the close of trading Monday, its first financial update since completing the spinoff of Kyndryl, its former IT managed- services business in "IBM Reports Its Earnings Monday. Managementa??s Forecasts Will Be Key."

"Netflix Stock Selloff Seems a??Overcooked,a?? Says This Longtime Bearish Analyst," by Sabrina Escobar says that after months of rating Netflix Inc (NASDAQ:NFLX) a Sell in opposition to the rest of Wall Street, Benchmark Group analyst Matthew Harrigan finally sees upside for shares of the streaming giant.

In "Rivian Stock Is Falling and Wall Street Isna??t Helping," Al Root looks at how stock in electric-truck startup Rivian Automotive Inc (NASDAQ:RIVN) has been decimated in the first weeks of 2022, and dazed investors must be wondering what, if anything, can turn the investing tide.

Jack Denton writes about Wells Fargo raising its price target for Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock to $205 a share from $165 a?? implying some 25% upside in "Apple Stock Gets a Big Target Price Boost. Supply-Chain Problems Are Improving."
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