Tuesday’s biggest analyst calls: Apple, Micron, Peloton & more

Tuesday’s biggest analyst calls: Apple, Micron, Peloton & more

Tim Prepare dinner, CEO of Apple, smiles for the duration of an illustration of the newly released Apple merchandise following the initiate event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, September 12, 2018.

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Listed below are essentially the most exciting calls on Wall Avenue on Tuesday:

UBS raised its rate target on Apple to $400 from $325

UBS raised its rate target on the stock and that Apple’s tumble initiate is shaping up to be right.

“Our provide chain work and UBS’ Asia crew’s procurement mannequin suggests June would maybe be tracking greater as right iPhone SE2 is extra than offsetting channel bleed for older fashions earlier than builds for Tumble initiate, so we amplify our June iPhone estimate from 30MM to 34MM items. For initiate, the provision chain is preparing for insensible Sept initiate. …  .We moreover get Wearables request may maybe also restful get well strongly put up COVID-19 as user discretionary exhaust shifts from leisure/retail to technology. Lastly, the stock has rallied vastly, nonetheless history suggests the stock has consistently outperformed the S&P500 on a 3mo ahead foundation in the course of the definitely of the summer months.”

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Cowen raised its rate target on Peloton to $70 from $54

Cowen raised its rate target on the stock to a Avenue high and acknowledged the corporate is taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic and “marketing & logistics efficiencies.”

“PTON is our most productive ‘SMIDCAP’ thought despite shares up>75% YTD, as Linked Fitness subs and engagement ramp, extra helped by the pandemic, alongside marketing & logistics efficiencies. PTON moreover advantages from multi-yr secular tailwinds at the support of the linked dwelling health fashion that PTON is pioneering. We raised FY20 to FY30 estimates and rolled DCF to ’21; PT to $70 from $54, lend a hand Outperform.”