Barron’s is bullish on Ensco, bearish on Chipotle

Barron’s, the weekly publication owned by the Wall Street Journal, in its latest issue mentions several names:

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Investors should consider Ensco to benefit from oil-price surge.  Crude-oil prices are set to jump because President Donald Trump is likely to reintroduce harsh sanctions on Iran by mid-May and to benefit from the oil-price surge, investors should consider buying shares in Ensco (ESV), Simon Constable writes in this week’s edition of Barron’s. Other key oil stocks include EOG Resource (EOG), Transocean (RIG), Exxon Mobil (XOM), Halliburton (HAL), ConocoPhillips (COP) and Devon Energy (DVN), he adds.

Netflix may soon pass Disney in Market Value – Any week now, Netflix (NFLX) will surpass in market value Walt Disney (DIS) as investors cheer on the streaming service’s continued subscriber growth, Jack Hough writes in this week’s edition of Barron’s. Investors who buy Disney shares now could have a long wait before they learn whether the streaming push will result in a rebounding price/earnings ratio, but that is where a diversified business model helps, Hough says.


Chipotle results boosted by potentially short-lived dynamics – Brian Niccol, the new CEO at Chipotle Mexican Grill, got an “enormous” endorsement on Thursday, as shares of the restaurant chain soared 24%, Avi Salzman writes in this week’s edition of Barron’s. But Salzman is still skeptical that investors should buy the rebound. The first-quarter report was boosted by several dynamics that could be short-lived, he argues, adding that even with those results, it is hard to “make a queso” for Chipotle tripling earnings.


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