Visa (NYSE:V): Stifel believes that the sell-off of Visa due to fears about debit fee limits is overdone, and added the stock to its Select List. The firm thinks the impact of stricter fee limits on Visa will be minimal, and it has reiterated a Buy rating on the shares.
MercadoLibre (NASDAQ:MELI): After MercadoLibre reported higher-than-expected earnings per share, Stifel thinks the stock’s valuation “seems extreme.” The firm reports that the performance was driven by currency factors. It has maintained a Sell rating on the stock.
LinkedIn (NYSE:LNKD): CLSA believes LinkedIn is entering an inflection point in the advertising business given the recent launch of in-stream ads in both PC and mobile, as well as positive trial results. The firm raised estimates on shares from $218 to $260 and maintained its Buy rating, noting that business-to-business advertising is still premature and has limited competition.
Six Flags (NYSE:SIX): After meeting with Six Flags’s senior and park-level management, Oppenheimer thinks the company has numerous upcoming positive catalysts. The firm believes the company has many opportunities to raise prices and keeps a $40 price target and Outperform rating on the shares.
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