Smith & Wesson Sees Increased Demand and 4 Stock Analyses to Follow

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McDonald’s Corp. (NYSE:MCD): Due to an automatic time demotion, Deutsche Bank removed McDonald’s Corp. from their short-term buy list.

J.PMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM): After meeting with J.P Morgan’s Chief Executive Officer, Wells Fargo believes the bank’s outlook is positive and managing their risks well. The firm anticipates that the bank will return $10.5 billion to shareholders in 2013 and they maintain an Outperform rating on their stock.

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Shuffle Master Inc. (NASDAQ:SHFL): Brean Capital believes that the investment thesis behind Shuffle Master Inc. includes recurring revenues which continue to grow. The recurring revenues will let earnings be more predictable which should lead to a higher multiple. Shares are Buy rated with a $19 price target.

Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation (NASDAQ:SWHC): Cowen believes that  investors have expected a slowing gun demand, however, evidence suggests that estimates are more likely to increase. Smith & Wesson Holdings Corporation posted  excellent second quarter results and in spite of recent stock performance, they maintain a low valuation. The firm noted increased guidance, demand impetus from the fiscal cliff overhang, and a new product launch. Shares are Outperform rated.

The Cooper Companies Inc. (NYSE:COO): After Cooper Companies Inc. reported lower than expected fourth quarter earnings per share, Wells Fargo thinks that the company’s underlying strength has not been altered. The firm maintains an Outperform rating on their stock.

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