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SentinelOne Expected to Skyrocket By 65%! Here’s Where The Road Is Paved For Wednesday’s Glory

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Wall Street’s finest have cast their predictions. Take a peek at the shimmering insights on these top stocks. For the complete scoop on all the golden rating changes, including good tidings and not-so-good dips, take a stroll down our analyst ratings page.

  • Isn’t it just grand? JMP Securities spun the wheel and bestowed their blessing on SentinelOne, Inc. S, raising its price target from $22 to $33. Trevor Walsh, the oracle of JMP Securities, kept the Market Outperform rating. On Tuesday, SentinelOne’s shares took rather a gentle tumble, landing at $20.00 after a 1.2% descent. Ain’t that something? See how other analysts are spinning this tale.
  • Oh, the winds of change! Needham trimmed the price target for Phreesia, Inc. PHR from $40 to $29. Ryan MacDonald, the soothsayer of Needham, clung onto the Buy rating. Phreesia’s shares took a bumpy path, plunging 2.8% to close at $14.75 on Tuesday. Should we brace ourselves for more turbulence? See how other analysts are charting this course.
  • Lo and behold! Barclays waved its magical wand and ramped up the price target for MongoDB, Inc. MDB from $470 to $478. Raimo Lenschow, the oracle of Barclays, held fort with an Overweight rating. MongoDB’s shares danced with joy, climbing 2.5% to close at $433.67 on Tuesday. Isn’t that a sight to behold? Let’s see how other analysts are painting this canvas.
  • Barclays spread its wings and upped the ante on The Boeing Company BA, raising its price target from $210 to $235. David Strauss, the oracle of Barclays, waved the flag for an Equal-Weight rating. Boeing’s shares tiptoed downwards, slipping 0.3% to end the day at $234.16 on Tuesday. Will the clouds part, or are we expecting more rain? Cast your eyes on how other analysts are sketching this picture.
  • All aboard! HC Wainwright & Co. joined the parade and bumped up the price target for GSE Systems, Inc. GVP from $3.5 to $13. Sameer Joshi, the oracle of HC Wainwright & Co., remained steadfast with a Buy rating. GSE Systems’ shares took a bit of a nosedive, landing at $3.59 after a 6% descent on Tuesday. Are we expecting fireworks or a damp squib? Keep your ears to the ground to know what other analysts are whispering.
  • Raise the curtains! B. Riley Securities stormed the gates and pushed the price target for Builders FirstSource, Inc. BLDR from $128 to $177. Alex Rygiel, the oracle of B. Riley Securities, hoisted the flag, upgrading the stock from Neutral to Buy. Builders FirstSource’s shares were seen galloping at a sprightly 4.7% to close at $143.26 on Tuesday. Are we in for a joyride? Sneak a peek at how other analysts are polishing this gem.
  • Ringing the bells! Canaccord Genuity surged ahead and raised the price target for MicroStrategy Incorporated MSTR from $554 to $670. Joseph Vafi, the oracle of Canaccord Genuity, held the fort with a Buy rating. MicroStrategy’s shares turned heads, dancing 2.5% higher to settle at $577.50 on Tuesday. Are we anticipating a grand spectacle, or will it be a tame affair? Set your sights on how other analysts are penning this script.
  • Isn’t it intriguing? Keybanc cut the price target for Box, Inc. BOX from $33 to $30. Thomas Blakey, the soothsayer of Keybanc, stayed steadfast with an Overweight rating. Box’s shares went prancing upwards, advancing 0.7% to settle at $26.69 on Tuesday. What’s the next scene in this drama? Peek at how other analysts are scripting this narrative.
  • Hold on to your hats! Telsey Advisory Group pulled the trigger and ramped up the price target for G-III Apparel Group, Ltd. GIII from $24 to $30. Dana Telsey, the oracle of Telsey Advisory Group, held the line with a Market Perform rating. G-III Apparel’s shares took a bit of a stumble, landing at $29.24 after a 1.3% descent on Tuesday. Are we expecting fireworks or a damp squib? Keep your ears to the ground to know what other analysts are whispering.
  • Surprise, surprise! Morgan Stanley took a different turn and slashed the price target for Plug Power Inc. PLUG from $3.5 to $3. Arthur Sitbon, the oracle of Morgan Stanley, waved the caution flag with an Underweight rating. Plug Power’s shares took a rather dramatic plunge, landing at $4.24 after plummeting 11.7% on Tuesday. Will it be clear skies, or are we expecting a storm? Keep your eyes peeled to discover how other analysts are penning this tale.

 

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