4 Stocks Making Big Moves

The following video is from Friday's Investor Beat,  in which host Chris Hill, and analysts Ron Gross and James Early dissect the hardest-hitting investing stories of the day.

Groupon (NASDAQ: GRPN  ) gets an upgrade. Smith & Wesson (NASDAQ: SWHC  ) announces a $100-million stock buyback plan. Restoration Hardware (NYSE: RH  ) forecasts strong revenue and profit in the second quarter. And DuPont (NYSE: DD  ) warns on earnings. In this installment of Investor Beat, Motley Fool analysts Ron Gross and James Early discuss four stocks making big moves.

Groupon's story is one of the American Dream. The company went from 400 subscribers in 2008, to over 150 million today. While this story is definitely one of triumph on a business level, its success most certainly hasn't been shared by investors. Company shares have fallen more than 80% over the past year, and left investors panicked. Will this company live out its American Dream, or leave shareholders empty-handed? In order to answer that question, our analyst has compiled a premium research report with in-depth analysis on whether you should buy or sell Groupon right now, and why. Simply click here now to get started.

The relevant video segment can be found between 2:28 and 4:58.

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  • Report this Comment On June 15, 2013, at 7:31 AM, funfundvierzig wrote:

    DuPont's slippery Management continually generates this cycle: They promise and project Pollyanaish guidance, misleading to investors and shareholders alike. When commercial reality sets in, they go back on their promises and crank down earnings expectations. It's a nasty PR game, and unfortunately many otherwise thoughtful analysts and business journalists fall for it. ...funfun..

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