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Firstpennypicks.com Issues In-Depth Analysis on the Following Stocks (NASDAQ: NFLX), (NYSE: KMX), (NYSE: CLF), (NYSE: CMG), (NYSE MKT: VRNG)

Report on the following Stock Alerts: Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX ), CarMax, Inc. (NYSE: KMX ), Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. (NYSE: CLF ), Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. (NYSE: CMG ), Vringo, Inc. (NYSE MKT: VRNG)

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TRENDING BIG BOARD STOCKS, IN DEPTH ANALYSIS:

 

Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) Morgan Stanley has upgraded Netflix to “overweight” with a target price of $85 and apparently doesn’t see any serious competition for the online movie provider. The past year has seen these shares decline 44% due mainly to a decline in earnings. Revenues continue to climb and profit margins are great, on the positive side, but earnings and cash flow are weak. In the past 5 days trading volumes and the share price have shown significant increases.  Shares have now risen more than 40% since the beginning of this month, after a high-profile hedge-fund manager publicly touted Netflix shares, and analysts at two investment banks issued bullish notes on its prospects. The surge comes even though Netflix is expected to report third-quarter earnings of only 4 cents a share on Oct. 23, a huge drop from the $1.16 a share posted a year earlier. Revenue is expected to climb 10% from a year ago to $905 million, as the company invests more to develop overseas markets. For the full year, Netflix is expected to break even, a stark difference from the $4.26 a share profit it earned in 2011. Netflix earnings are expected to rebound to just under $1 a share in 2013, while revenue is expected to climb 14% to $4.1 billion. Is this recent upward trend a bet on long term price appreciation or a big board pump and dump? (Get Full Analysis) http://www.firstpennypicks.com/get-your-free-research-report/

 

Carmax, Inc. (NYSE: KMX) CarMax is a holding company and its operations are conducted through its subsidiaries. As of February 29, 2012, it operated 108 used car superstores in 53 metropolitan markets. In addition, it is a wholesale vehicle auction operator. It sold 316,649 wholesale vehicles through its on-site auctions in fiscal 2012. As of February 29, 2012, the Company conducted weekly or bi-weekly auctions at 52 of its 108 used car superstores. Revenue growth is accelerating for used-car superstore chain CarMax Inc. Auto manufacturers last week disclosed an annualized sales rate that was a 4 1/2-year high for the U.S., and it appears the gains weren't limited to just new vehicles but may extend to used car sales at Carmax. KMX has been a wild ride for investors over the past 12 months as it continues to have mixed fundamental values.  Revenues continue to grow but earnings and cash flow remain soft. Earnings reported 9-20-12 missed analysts expectations by 10%and investors will wait until 12-20-12 for another earnings report. The share price has jumped 10% over the last week and volumes have been strong. This could be a bet on the continued demand for used cars in the near term.(Get Full Analysis) http://www.firstpennypicks.com/get-your-free-research-report/

 

 

Cliffs Natural Resources, Inc. (NYSE: CLF) Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. is an international mining and natural resources company. CLF is an iron ore producer and a producer of metallurgical coal. The Company's operations are organized according to product category and geographic location: U.S. Iron Ore, Eastern Canadian Iron Ore, North American Coal, Asia Pacific Iron Ore, Asia Pacific Coal, Latin American Iron Ore, Ferroalloys, and its Global Exploration Group. The Company operates in four segments: U.S. Iron Ore, Eastern Canadian Iron Ore, North American Coal and Asia Pacific Iron Ore. In the United States, it operates five iron ore mines in Michigan and Minnesota, five metallurgical coal mines located in West Virginia and Alabama and one thermal coal mine located in West Virginia. It also operates two iron ore mines in Eastern Canada that primarily provide iron ore to the seaborne market for Asian steel producers. CLF shares have declined over the past 12 months mainly due to earnings reports that have missed analysts’ expectations over the past 3 quarters. The next earnings report is due 10-2412 and anticipation of better earnings may explain the big jump in share price over the past week, or, maybe investors are just attracted to the 6-1/2% yield these shares pay out.

 

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Chipolte Mexican Grill, Inc. (NYSE: CMG) Chipotle Mexican Grill develops and operates Mexican food restaurants. The company’s restaurants serve a menu of burritos, tacos, burrito bowls and salads. In addition to sodas, fruit drinks and milk, most of the company’s restaurants also provide a selection of beer and margaritas. As of Dec 31 2011, the company had 1,230 restaurants, of which 1,226 were located throughout the U.S., two located in Toronto, Canada, and two located in London, England. The company’s restaurants included one ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen, the company’s concept serving bowls and banh mi sandwiches. CMG continues to display strong financial data including revenue growth, earnings and cash flow.  Shares in Chipole have tumbled from $345 to $280 over the past 30 days. The market seems to think these shares were overvalued and the absence of any dividends could have investors looking elsewhere. Given the strength of Chipoles financials is it time to flee these falling shares or buy into a strong financial machine?  (Get Full Analysis) http://www.firstpennypicks.com/get-your-free-research-report/

 

 

 Vringo, Inc. (NYSE MKT: VRNG) Vringo, Inc., a development stage company, provides a range of software products for mobile video entertainment, personalization, and mobile social applications. An independent equity research report for Vringo, is available at www.VRNGanalysis.com. The report, analyzes recent strategic moves that demonstrate how Vringo is expanding its business model and creating market opportunities for itself in the intellectual property space.  The report also describes the long-term growth potential associated with the company's recent acquisition of a mobile telecommunications patent portfolio from Nokia. This mobile patent portfolio is discussed in depth by covering the following areas: the various technologies covered by the patents, the primary target market sector and major players involved, and a conservative revenue model that offers projected revenues for the monetization of these patents. While the analysts don’t particularly like these shares, buyers must like the acquisition of the Nokia patents. Share price in VRNG has skyrocketed in October from $2.97 to $5.38. (Get Full Analysis) http://www.firstpennypicks.com/get-your-free-research-report/

 

 

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