Roadrunner Transportation Retains Compelling Valuation and 4 Stock Analyses Buzz Tuesday
Mobile Mini, Inc. (NASDAQ:MINI): After the company reported stronger than expected third quarter results, Oppenheimer increased their target for Mobile Mini, Inc. They believe that their stock could advance further when a new Chief Executive Officer is named early next year and they reiterate an Outperform rating.
FX Energy Inc. (NASDAQ:FXEN): Following the announcement of a dry Kutno-2 well, Brean Capital lowered their price target on FX Energy Inc. The firm maintains their Buy rating based on upcoming drilling catalysts which could add as much as $6 per share to their net asset value assuming a low probability of success.
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Denbury Resources Inc. (NYSE:DNR): Following their Analyst Day, Baird anticipates that the long term oil growth story of Denbury Resources Inc. remains intact. The firm cited pursuit of acquisitions, 2013 production guidance, and share repurchase authorization. Shares are Buy rated, but the price target has been lowered from $20 to $19.
Roadrunner Transportation System (NYSE:RRTS): Baird continues to be a buyer of Roadrunner Transportation System at their current levels and believes their long term investment thesis remains stable. The firm cited their accretive acquisition of A&A Express which adds to their penetration in the Midwest, their above market growth profile, and a compelling valuation. Shares are Buy rated with a $23 price target.
Skyworks Solutions Inc. (NASDAQ:SWKS): Oppenheimer believes that the 802.11 ac transition will be a strong growth and market expansion catalyst for Skyworks Solutions Inc. and RF Micro Devices (NASDAQ:RFMD). They think that the transition could cause Qualcomm’s market share to increase and it should be a catalyst for all three companies in late 2013-2014. The firm maintains Outperform ratings on Skyworks and Qualcomm and a Perform rating on RF Micro.
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