Bulls And Bears Of The Week: Boeing, Netflix, Tesla, Ford, GE and more ...



The escalation of the trade war with China overhung the markets last week, also overshadowing other news such as highly anticipated IPOs, new drug price rules, momentum in bitcoin resuming and our first real look at the president's tax returns. Despite a bit of a rally Friday afternoon, the big U.S. indexes closed the week about 1 percent or so lower.

Here are just a few of most bullish and bearish stocks that may be worth a look.


Avengers' Success reveals the prospects for even more upside in Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS).

Jim Cramer think Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) is the only auto stock worth buying now. Has Ford turned around?

Analysts are upbeat on Electronic Arts Inc. (NYSE: EA) for a number of reasons, "Street Mostly In The Game On EA After Strong Quarter, Bullish 2020 Outlook."

For additional bullish calls, also have a look at Netflix and Tesla.


It will take a while for Boeing Co (NYSE: BA) to get back on track with 737 MAX production. So says "Barclays Downgrades Boeing After Survey Shows Long Road To Regaining Passenger Confidence".

Analysts Weigh In On Intel Following Guidance Update," see how analysts reacted to the new Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) outlook for its transition over the next several years.

Pinterest, Waits To Compare To Leading Ad Platforms" discusses why one might take a wait and see approach on Pinterest Inc (NYSE: PINS) for now.

Be sure to check out General Electric's Technical Outlook: Bearish Until Proven Otherwise and Where's The Beef

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