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Editors’ pick: Originally published Nov. 15.

Mercedes-Benz will now a have convertible within its ultra-high-end Maybach line.

Daimler’s (DDAIF) first-ever Maybach cabriolet coined the S650 will debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show later this week, according to the automaker. It will be a limited production model, with only 300 examples made worldwide and just 75 of that total headed to the U.S. The cabriolet will boast three different exclusive exterior colors that play on the American flag: red, white and blue. The S650 will be powered by a 6.0l V12 biturbo engine that pumps out a cool 621 hp.


No pricing was shared.    

Mercedes newest edition to the Maybach follows up on an impressive 2017 model year, which TheStreet recently reviewed.

trend trading: TransEnterix, Inc.(TRXC)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Lee Jackson]

    Ahuge 10% owner of TransEnterix Inc. (NYSE: TRXC) camein and bought more shares last week. SOFAR SpA added3,722,685 more shares of the medical device companys stock at a reported $1.40 apiece. The total for the trade was posted at $5,226,650.

trend trading: Newfield Exploration Company(NFX)


Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Ben Levisohn]

    Lear also sees strong “upside potential” forConcho Resources (CXO), Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD) and Newfield Exploration (NFX) as well performance improves in the Permian/STACK, and also writes positively on Devon Energy (DVN).

  • [By Ben Levisohn]

    The large cap E&Ps we cover raised ~ $6.5 billion of equity in 2015 and are likely to consider additional issuance in 2016. Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD) raised $1.3 billion on January 5th and Hess Corp. (HES) raised $1.5 billion of equity/equity-linked earlier this month. We think highly leveraged companies such as Devon Energy,Encana andRange Resources (RRC) and companies with a large deficit (before asset sales), such asAnadarko Petroleum and Devon Energy, are most likely to consider raising equity. Additionally, we believe companies such as WPX Energy (WPX), Southwestern Energy (SWN), Marathon Oil, Continental Resources (CLR),Noble Energy and Newfield Exploration (NFX) could issue equity while several levered companies may be unwilling or unable to access equity markets. We do not think Apache, Canadian Natural Resource, EOG Resources (EOG), Occidental Petroleum orPioneer Natural Resources are likely to issue equity this year.

  • [By Ben Levisohn]

    Large Caps. Our E&P coverage is pricing in $61/bbl WTI and $3.30 gas, and with a lower crude forecast the group is looking less compelling. We argue names that continue to demonstrate resource improvement at the low-end of the cost curve, namely in the Permian and STACK remain attractive, such as Concho Resources (CXO), Devon Energy (DVN), Newfield Exploration (NFX) and Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD). Noble (NBL) remains a compelling value, though has yet to commit to an accelerated US onshore drilling program.

trend trading: G&K Services, Inc.(GK)


Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Ben Levisohn]

    We maintain our positive view toward Cintas, particularly as G&K Services (GK) is likely to bolster Cintas’s growth potential over the next few years. However, after strong appreciation since the G&K announcement last August, we believe that much of the good news is already priced in at 25x/22x our pro-forma FY18/FY19 adjusted EPS estimates. As a result, we rate CTAS Sector Perform and await a better entry point.

trend trading: Euronet Worldwide Inc.(EEFT)


Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Peter Graham]

    Small cap Blackhawk Network Holdingsmoved sidewaysafter its IPO spinoff from Safeway (NYSE: SWY) with shares performing better in late 2014 whilepotential peer of Green Dot Corporation (NYSE: GDOT) has underperformed and Euronet Worldwide, Inc (NASDAQ: EEFT) has outperformed:

trend trading: Facebook, Inc.(FB)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Javier Hasse]

    However, it is not only the NAFTA that Trump wants to leave. On Monday, the president-elect said on Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: FB) that he would withdraw the country from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) on his first day in the White House.

  • [By Diane Alter]

    Before we get into our bullish outlook for Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) stock, here’s a closer look at why Facebook stock is down this month…

    Why Facebook Stock Is Down Despite Strong Numbers

    Since Donald Trump won the White House on Nov. 8, Facebook stock and the entire technology sector have experienced their worst performance in seven years. The major fear among investors is that Trump’s trade and immigration policies will mean lower earnings for these multinational tech firms.

  • [By Vikram Nagarkar]

    We live in an age of unicorns. More specifically, tech unicorns. And they all share a few common traits – stellar growth, astronomical valuations and most often, heavy losses. Snapchat is one such unicorn which matches at least two, if notall of the above criteria. Snapchat’s rise in a crowded space became even more interesting after the ephemeral-messaging platform audaciously declined a $3 billion cash acquisition offer from social networking giant Facebook (NSDQ:FB). Since then, Facebook has done everything it could to dent, if not kill Snapchat, albeit not very successfully so far. Yet ironically, FB stock could well be the biggest beneficiary of a Snapchat IPO if it comes in 2017.

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