Stocks To Watch: AIG, Advanced Micro, Hawaiian Holdings, Michael Kors, Mobileye

Includes: AIG, AMD, HA, KORS, MBLY
by: SA Stocks To Watch


SA contributors highlight 5 stocks to watch for unusual movement, their bias (long/short), and brief comments.

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American International Group (NYSE:AIG) - Long - Jeff Himelson

  • Management's initiative in cutting expenses in the Property & Casualty segment should benefit profitability.
  • AIG currently trades at an excessive discount to book value and to peers.
  • I expect to see better than expected growth in assets under management in the Life & Retirement segment, as management has marketed this segment more.

Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE:AMD) - Long - Sean Chandler

  • AMD has been very unpredictable lately; despite the steep declines seen from Thursday and Friday, AMD managed to grow almost 5%.
  • AMD posted their earnings results last month and the stock fell due to a miss and lower than expected projections.
  • I believe AMD’s projections are very conservative and could mean a beat next earnings.

Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ:HA) - Long - Sean Chandler

  • Last week, Hawaiian Airlines posted strong earnings.
  • HA soared by more than 14% after posting strong revenue growth and a record EPS.
  • HA fell over $1.00, or 7% since the rally and this could be a decent opportunity for longs.
Mobileye (NYSE:MBLY) - long - Bill Maurer
  • Shares began trading on Friday and rose nearly 50%.
  • Like GoPro (NASDAQ:GPRO) after its debut, investors may continue to push up shares in the short term.
  • Driver assistance technology is a hot space.
Michael Kors (NYSE:KORS) - long - Bill Maurer
  • Company set to report earnings Monday morning.
  • Last 4 reports have seen EPS beat by an average of more than 18%.
  • Recent pullback has reduced expectations.