In this morning’s edition of our daily market newsletter, Get Real, we looked at the latest on China’s slowdown, Alibaba’s next big thing, and oil’s new outlook. Plus, Tesla’s solar roof development.
Is Tesla’s Solar Roof Version 3 truly superior?
RH stock on a roll
RH (RH) stock has nearly doubled this year. The stock is still creating significant wealth for shareholders. Several analysts have raised their target prices on the stock due to its robust performance and positive outlook.
AutoZone is crushing the game
AutoZone (AZO) reported better-than-expected first-quarter earnings results. Notably, the stock rose more than 5%. The company’s sales initiatives, including store expansions, contributed to the results.
Has China’s slowdown bottomed out?
China’s economic slowdown has steadily intensified alongside US-China trade war concerns. Recently, China’s economy has been showing signs of bottoming out, but not everything looks good.
Is ENPH or SEDG’s valuation more attractive?
Enphase Energy (ENPH) has been doing well lately following some long-term issues. Fellow solar inverter maker SolarEdge Technologies (SEDG) has also had a good run this year. We analyzed the stocks’ components to determine which has a more attractive valuation.
What to watch for
Southwestern in 2020
So far, Southwestern (SWN) has fallen around 40% this year. The energy sector has underperformed due to weaker natural gas and oil prices. Currently, analysts are bearish on Southwestern, which could continue next year.
Alibaba’s next big thing
Alibaba (BABA) has already secured exclusive rights to stream some of Manchester United’s media content in China. Now, the company wants to stake its claim in the esports market. Esports are becoming more popular worldwide, especially with tech companies.
Goldman Sachs sees a new outlook for oil
Last week, Goldman Sachs increased its target on oil prices for the short term. The firm thinks that Brent and WTI crude oil spot prices will rise in 2020.
iPhone could lose its foothold in China
A Rosenblatt Securities analyst thinks that Apple (AAPL) might lose its iPhone market share in China in the first quarter. Apple’s iPhone sales in China are crucial. The company will need to make adjustments to remain competitive.