Vera Bradley a Recommended Buy on Weakness and 4 Must-See Stock Analyses
AECOM Technology Corporation (NYSE:ACM): Current Price $24.85
Argus decided to raise its price target on AECOM due to the firm’s beliefs that the company possesses a number of upcoming positive catalysts, which includes its stable position in high-growth international markets, improving EBITDA margins, and growing order backlog. The firm keeps its Buy rating on the stock.
MedAssets, Inc. (NASDAQ:MDAS): Current Price $18.92
Baird is convinced that the valuation of MedAssets is exceptionally attractive, and the firm raised its price target to $25 from $24. The firm cited recent contract wins, expansions, and it thinks that the company will hit its above Street Q4 guidance. Shares have an Outperform rating.
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The Cooper Companies Inc. (NYSE:COO): Current Price $96.96
According to Baird, Cooper Companies continues to be a top idea for 2013, and the firm recommends purchase on any sentiment driven weakness. The firm confirmed a private label agreement with Wal-Mart and is convinced that the recent recall of lenses is a non-event. Shares have an Outperform rating and a $113 price target.
Vera Bradley, Inc. (NASDAQ:VRA): Current Price $22.58
Baird recommends purchasing Vera Bradley on weakness and is convinced that the recent sell-off as a response to its heavy promotion is overdone. According to the firm, the company is improving its operations and will see benefit from new product development and merchandising capabilities. The firm gives an Outperform rating and a $30 price target on the stock.
FARO Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ:FARO): Current Price $31.66
According to Needham, FARO Technologies’ second regulatory filing about the end of its head of the Americas region offered little new information. However, the firm still believes that Friday’s sell-off appears to be overdone. The firm maintains its Buy rating on the stock and reduces its price target to $37 from $40 on the stock.
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