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Bull of the Day: Archive

Benjamin Rains

Bull of the Day: Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM)

Exxon's outlook remains impressive even as oil prices cool off. Plus, XOM's valuation and dividend payout help make it worth considering as part of a diversified long-term portfolio and during the exuberant stock market rebound.

XOMPositive Net Change

Bryan Hayes

Bull of the Day: Unum Group (UNM)

Unum Group has consistently enhanced shareholders' value through dividend hikes and share buybacks.

UNMNegative Net Change

Brian Bolan

Bull Of The Day: Nova Measuring Instruments (NVMI)

This company has a good history of beating the number and the valuation is attractive as well.

NVMINegative Net Change

Jeremy Mullin

Bull of the Day: GasLog Partners (GLOP)

High energy prices will fuel this stock higher into years end.

GLOPNegative Net Change

Tracey Ryniec

Bull of the Day: Playa Hotels (PLYA)

Bookings are strong heading into 2023.

PLYANegative Net Change

David Bartosiak

Bull of the Day: TTM Technologies (TTMI)

Tech names are hot as the NASDAQ Composite has rallied dramatically off the lows.

TTMINegative Net Change

Kevin Cook

Bull of the Day: Cadence Design Systems (CDNS)

Beat-and-raise quarter, plus an acquisition in molecular modeling, keep CDNS on leading edge of simulation

CDNSNegative Net Change NVDANegative Net Change

Benjamin Rains

Bull of the Day: C.H. Robinson Worldwide (CHRW)

With C.H. Robinson, investors would add solid long-term growth potential inside an integral industry, alongside dividends, solid value, and much more.

CHRWNegative Net Change

Bryan Hayes

Bull of the Day: Clearwater Paper Corp. (CLW)

Only stocks that are in extremely powerful uptrends are able to make this type of price move while the market is in a correction.

CLWNegative Net Change

Brian Bolan

Bull Of The Day: Yellow (YELL)

Investors did not proceed with caution, they were yelling for more, more, more yesterday after a big beat.

YELLNegative Net Change

Jeremy Mullin

Bull of the Day: Camping World Holding (CWH)

Bulls camping out in this stock that just crushed earnings.

CWHNegative Net Change

Tracey Ryniec

Bull of the Day: Phillips 66 (PSX)

It pays to be a refiner in 2022.

PSXNo Net Change

David Bartosiak

Bull of the Day: HeritageCrystal Clean (HCCI)

A huge earnings surprise has this stock on the move.

HCCINegative Net Change

Kevin Cook

Bull of the Day: Illumina (ILMN)

Leader in genomic sequencing still growing sales over 15% as lifescience labs crunch more genetic data

ILMNNegative Net Change NTRANegative Net Change

Bryan Hayes

Bull of the Day: PBF Energy Inc. (PBF)

This leading energy company has been a substantial beneficiary of higher commodity prices over the past year.

PBFNegative Net Change

Benjamin Rains

Bull of the Day: W.R. Berkley Corporation (WRB)

The large-cap insurer topped quarterly estimates on July 21. Better yet, W.R. Berkley has climbed in 2022 to hit new highs not too long ago and WRB has outpaced the S&P 500 and its industry over the past decade.

WRBNegative Net Change

Derek Lewis

Bull of the Day: Skyline Corp. (SKY)

Over the last month, Skyline shares have soared more than 17%, absolutely crushing the S&P 500's performance.

SKYNegative Net Change

Brian Bolan

Bull Of The Day: ePLus (PLUS)

This stock will appeal to growth and value investors alike

PLUSNegative Net Change

Jeremy Mullin

Bull of the Day: Texas Pacific Land (TPL)

Texas Pacific Land is one of the few stocks making new all-time highs this year.

TPLNegative Net Change

Tracey Ryniec

Bull of the Day: Enterprise Products (EPD)

This energy partnership just raised its dividend again.

EPDNegative Net Change

David Bartosiak

Bull of the Day: Potbelly's (PBPB)

Who knew a sandwich shop could become so profitable?

PBPBPositive Net Change

Kevin Cook

Bull of the Day: Lemonade (LMND)

50-60% revenue growth toward $300 million has analysts raising estimates for this Insur-Tech small cap

LMNDNegative Net Change

Derek Lewis

Bull of the Day: IBEX Limited (IBEX)

Year-to-date, IBEX shares have been scorching hot, increasing nearly 50% in value and easily outperforming the S&P 500.

IBEXNegative Net Change

Benjamin Rains

Bull of the Day: Merck & Co. (MRK)

Merck & Co. (MRK) is a $240 billion market cap pharmaceutical titan that's climbed over 20% in 2022. The firm is continuing to make acquisitions and many of Merck's fundamentals make it an attractive play for the second half of 2022

MRKPositive Net Change

Bryan Hayes

Bull of the Day: Lamb Weston Holdings, Inc. (LW)

LW has been bucking the market's downtrend on the heels of higher prices for its product offerings.

LWNegative Net Change