AutoNation, Inc. (AN)
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Auto Market Quite Resilient Right Now: Here's Why
30 June 2022
Cars still seem to be in demand. At least that is the feeling you get from commentary coming out of the major auto retailers.
Top 3 Stocks For The Contrarian Investor
27 June 2022
Investing during a down market or recession can be difficult, as fear and uncertainty push the markets lower, and the risk to investors increases. YTD, the consumer discretionary sector is down 30%. C...
Revlon As The Big Short Vs. 2 Strong Short Interest Stocks
24 June 2022
After filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Revlon surged +50%, with retail investors calling it a top short squeeze opportunity. Could this be a top meme stock? Stocks with high short interest can be risky, ...
New Strong Buy Stocks for June 23rd
23 June 2022
NX, CAL, CMLS, ESTE, and AN have been added to the Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy) List on June 23, 2022.
Wall Street Analysts Think AutoNation (AN) Could Surge 30%: Read This Before Placing a Bet
16 June 2022
The consensus price target hints at a 30% upside potential for AutoNation (AN). While empirical research shows that this sought-after metric is hardly effective, an upward trend in earnings estimate r...
Is AutoNation (AN) Stock a Buy After Yesterday's Price Dip?
14 June 2022
Considering the industry's solid prospects and AutoNation's (AN) strong fundamentals, investors should see the latest price dip in the stock as a buying opportunity.
Should Value Investors Buy AutoNation (AN) Stock?
6 June 2022
Here at Zacks, our focus is on the proven Zacks Rank system, which emphasizes earnings estimates and estimate revisions to find great stocks. Nevertheless, we are always paying attention to the latest...
5 Finest Value Stocks to Buy Now Based on Discounted PEG
30 May 2022
Here are five value stocks, WLK, MPC, HUN, AN and AVT that match the PEG-based screening criteria for a winning strategy.
2 ‘strong buy' stocks with short squeeze potential
30 May 2022
During the course of the last year, short squeezes have been one of the most discussed topics on Wall Street.