3 Super Hot Stocks: Walgreen Feeling Down, JP Morgan on the Move, and Apple Still a Buy

Despite strong quarterly profits, shares of Walgreen (NYSE:WAG) fell 3% before the opening bell.  Net income for the drug store rose 68.5% to $792 million (87 cents per share) vs. $470 million (48 cents per share) in the same quarter a year earlier.  The company competes with CVS Caremark (NYSE:CVS). Don’t Miss: Walgreens Earnings Cheat Sheet: Powering Ahead on Strong Revenues.

Shares of JP Morgan (NYSE:JPM) are up nearly 2% in early trading, as the company seeks to move its $8.6 billion Lehman Brothers lawsuit to federal court.  The bank is accused of snatching billions from Lehman just days before the record breaking bankruptcy.  Other banks such as Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) and Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) are also trading higher.

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is heading more than 1% higher after investment firm Sterne Agee repeated its buy rating with a price target of $500.  Concerns surfaced yesterday about possible production cuts in the iPad due to a note from JP Morgan. Apple also announced that the iPhone 5 will receive a Facebook app.

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