Analyst Ratings For Dover

Within the last quarter, Dover (NYSE:DOV) has observed the following analyst ratings:

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These 7 analysts have an average price target of $194.0 versus the current price of Dover at $163.8, implying upside.

Below is a summary of how these 7 analysts rated Dover over the past 3 months. The greater the number of bullish ratings, the more positive analysts are on the stock and the greater the number of bearish ratings, the move negative analysts are on the stock

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This current average has increased by 5.32% from the previous average price target of $184.20.

Ratings come from analysts, or specialists within banking and financial systems that report for specific stocks or defined sectors (typically once per quarter for each stock). Analysts usually derive their information from company conference calls and meetings, financial statements, and conversations with important insiders to reach their decisions.

Some analysts will also offer forecasts for metrics like growth estimates, earnings, and revenue to provide further guidance on stocks. Investors who use analyst ratings should note that this specialized advice comes from humans and may be subject to error.

This article was generated by Benzinga’s automated content engine and reviewed by an editor.

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Where Fair Isaac Stands With Analysts

Over the past 3 months, 4 analysts have published their opinion on Fair Isaac (NYSE:FICO) stock. These analysts are typically employed by large Wall Street banks and tasked with understanding a company’s business to predict how a stock will trade over the upcoming year.

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In the last 3 months, 4 analysts have offered 12-month price targets for Fair Isaac. The company has an average price target of $565.5 with a high of $600.00 and a low of $522.00.

Below is a summary of how these 4 analysts rated Fair Isaac over the past 3 months. The greater the number of bullish ratings, the more positive analysts are on the stock and the greater the number of bearish ratings, the move negative analysts are on the stock

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This current average represents a 4.15% increase from the previous average price target of $590.00.

Ratings come from analysts, or specialists within banking and financial systems that report for specific stocks or defined sectors (typically once per quarter for each stock). Analysts usually derive their information from company conference calls and meetings, financial statements, and conversations with important insiders to reach their decisions.

Some analysts also offer predictions for helpful metrics such as earnings, revenue, and growth estimates to provide further guidance as to what to do with certain tickers. It is important to keep in mind that while stock and sector analysts are specialists, they are also human and can only forecast their beliefs to traders.

This article was generated by Benzinga’s automated content engine and reviewed by an editor.

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US stocks drop as investors digest latest wave of corporate earnings

US stocks dropped on Friday, with the Nasdaq 100 giving up early gains as other indexes fell on the back of a wave of corporate earnings results.

Apple reported a record first-quarter revenue of $124 billion and said it expects solid year-over-year growth in 2022 as it continues to navigate supply chain disruptions. On the flip side, trading app Robinhood reported earnings that failed to impress investors, with the stock falling 13% to a post-IPO low.

Of the 31% of S&P 500 companies that have reported earnings so far, 81% are beating profit estimates by a median of 6%, while 75% are beating revenue estimates by a median of 4%, according to data from Fundstrat.

Here’s where US indexes stood shortly after the 9:30 a.m. ET open on Friday:

On top of corporate earnings, investors are questioning how recent economic data will impact the Federal Reserve’s decision to raise interest rates and reduce its balance sheet. The economic data suggest the Fed will follow through with interest rate hikes beginning in March.

The US economy grew 5.7% in 2021, as measured by GDP, which was the fastest growth since 1984. But that growth has also led to rising inflation, with the personal consumption expenditures index up 5.8% in December, representing the fastest pace since 1982.

The surge in economic growth has led investors to reassess the growth and value trade over the past year. This has led to a convergence in performance between Berkshire Hathaway and Cathie Wood’s Ark Invest, as disruptive innovation continues to sell-off amid rising interest rates.

Fidelity is set to launch two new ETFs to track the metaverse and the cryptocurrency sector, according to recent filings with the SEC.

The launch of a new ETF sporting the symbol “PUNK” is also seeking to invest in the metaverse, but it’s excluding Meta Platforms, formerly known as Facebook, and is actively shorting it.

West Texas Intermediate crude oil rose as much as 1.97% to $88.32 per barrel. Brent crude, oil’s international benchmark, jumped as much as 1.99% to $91.12 per barrel.

Gold fell as much as 0.52% to $1,783.80 per ounce. The yield on the 10-year Treasury rose less than 1 basis point to 1.83%.

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Here’s where US indexes stood shortly after the 9:30 a.m. ET open on Friday:


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Cryptocurrencies Price Prediction:, Polkadot & Ripple — Asian Wrap 28 Jan [Video] bulls maintain tentative support zone as CRO bulls target $0.50 price continues to face challenges above the $0.40 price level. Strong selling against the Tenkan-Sen at $0.40 tests buyers’ conviction – failure to break above the Tenkan-Sen signals continued weakness. Bearish continuation between the price chart and oscillators warns of a return lower.

Polkadot price develops support to return to $30

Polkadot price is holding, so far, the $20 value area as its primary support zone. The recent downtrend and sell-off in the cryptocurrency market has positioned DOT in a strong support zone and one that will likely create the bottom it needs to pursue its next uptrend.

Ripple buys back $200 million worth of shares, set to go public at the end of the lawsuit

Payments giant Ripple is on track to go public as it buys back $200 million worth of its series C shares from a lead investor. Analysts are bullish on Ripple’s recovery and predict a rally to $2.31. Payments giant Ripple moved to solidify its financial position buying back $200 million worth of Series C shares.

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West Siders call for school investment after district drops Montessori program

In a virtual meeting Thursday with St. Paul Public Schools leaders, residents of the city’s West Side bemoaned last-minute changes to the district’s schools consolidation plan that figure to take scores of students out of the neighborhood’s two elementary schools.

Superintendent Joe Gothard’s “Envision SPPS” was supposed to strengthen West Side’s Cherokee Heights and Riverview schools and establish strong ties to nearby Humboldt middle and high schools.

The struggling Montessori program at Cherokee Heights would move to J.J. Hill in the Summit-University neighborhood; students in Riverview’s community program would slide over to Cherokee Heights; and Riverview’s Spanish dual-language immersion program would get an influx of students as Wellstone school closed.

But in response to an outcry from Wellstone parents, the school board last month voted to keep that school open. Students wouldn’t be moving into the West Side, after all, but the Montessori program still is moving out.

The changes, which take effect this fall, could leave the two West Side schools with fewer than 400 students — roughly one-third of their combined capacity.

“I don’t see how this is helping when it’s directly taking families away,” West Side parent Shannon Johnson said Thursday.

Community member Carlo Franco said the consolidation plan went through a “confusing process,” and the decision to take students out of the West Side came without warning.

“We need to be involved in decisions, especially when we’re talking about closing whole programs,” he said.


Franco presented a list of demands, which include investments in West Side schools, real community engagement and no program changes until there’s a long-term plan to minimize disruption.

Gothard said the administration can’t reverse the board’s vote, and the district already is planning for next year. Besides the West Side program changes, five schools across the city are closing.

But Gothard said a potential preschool expansion — funded either at the city, state or federal level — would address some of the child care barriers keeping some families from enrolling on the West Side.

Some parents said their schools need before- and after-school care run by the district, but Chief Operations Officer Jackie Turner said there hasn’t been nearly enough parent interest to cover the costs of running Discovery Club. She said it’s possible the Boys and Girls Club will start taking 4-year-olds, and she promised to work with private child care providers to find options for families.

Turner also said the district has added another preschool class at Riverview this fall to help the school grow its enrollment. She said they could do the same for Cherokee Heights if there’s enough interest.


One parent said she settled on the West Side in part because the Montessori method worked well for her children. She said she doesn’t understand why the program is leaving next year.

Turner said Montessori programs cost about twice as much as general education, and the program at Cherokee Heights hasn’t attracted enough students.

“With the amount of money that it takes to run a Montessori program, we cannot have an enrollment that is not sustainable,” she said.

Turner estimated that half of Cherokee Heights families want to preserve Montessori, while the rest are happy to see it go.

Franco said it’s nothing new for the district to mistreat the West Side. The community had to rally to save Humboldt High School some 50 years ago, he said, and the surprise 2012 announcement that Roosevelt would reopen as Riverview came “without community dialogue.”

He offered a slogan he said encapsulates what West Siders have been feeling since the board vote: “Nothing about us, without us, is for us.”

“I don’t see how this is helping when it’s directly taking families away,” West Side parent Shannon Johnson said Thursday.


Mubadala Investment to sponsor SailGP season finale

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Mubadala Investment Company has signed on as the title sponsor of the final regatta of SailGP’s second season, which will include the $1 million, winner-take-all podium race.

The Mubadala United States Sail Grand Prix is scheduled for March 26-27 on San Francisco Bay. Defending champion Team Australia, skippered by Tom Slingsby, and Team USA, skippered by Jimmy Spithill, have already qualified for the podium race. The third team will be determined during the fleet racing portion of the San Francisco regatta.

Mubadala, based in Abu Dhabi, also will be the presenting partner of SailGP Inspire Learning, which will help introduce more than 1,000 young people to various aspects of sailing in the month before the regatta, which will be contested in foiling 50-foot catamarans.

Spithill, who helmed Oracle Team USA to a thrilling America’s Cup victory on San Francisco Bay in 2013, is excited about the chance to compete for the grand prize.

“I’d sum up our season as a wild ride. It has had everything: crashes, capsizes, broken bones, collisions, you name it we’ve been there,” he said. “What’s important is that we are in the finale. We started off the season last place, but through fighting our way back as a new team in the USA roster, we have crawled our way up and have a shot at the $1 million.

“Once you put your mind to it, it is amazing the impact you can have. It’s been an amazing educational experience for all of us involved.”

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What’s it going to take to get cryptocurrency widely accepted?

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The metaverse doesn’t quite exist yet, but it’s just the dusk before the dawn. And when it does finally burst into life, commerce and transactions are going to be central to so much of the activity within it. Industry experts dove into the topic today during the “Transacting in the Metaverse” panel at the GamesBeat “Into the Metaverse” Summit.

Dean Takahashi, lead writer of GamesBeat, hosted Chris Smith, founder of BIG Esports, Josh Marcus, COO at Rumble Gaming, and Evan Heby, senior marketing manager of Tipalti in a wide-ranging conversation about tokens, cryptocurrencies, NFTs, and other transactions in today’s virtual spaces and tomorrow’s metaverse. There’s a long road to go before everyone feels that these forms of currency are safe and secure, and they become universal. How do we get there?

“What we’re seeing is a move, first and foremost, from some of the traditional methods of payment you might see, checks and things like that, to digital versions of that, whether it’s an echeck or wire or ACH,” Heby said. “But we also predict that we’ll see even more movement as the metaverse develops, and as people build more of that trust with the cryptocurrencies, and feel that there’s a lot of value behind things like NFTs. People will start to be more willing to get paid in those forms.”

Cryptocurrency will become far more trusted and far more universal when it’s the answer to a problem that needs to be solved, Smith said — and that’s part of why many gamers reject the idea of NFTs. There’s a tremendous amount of potential for things like smart contracts in a broad array of industries, from gaming and insurances, to payment platforms and processors, and contracts with talent.


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“Blockchain isn’t going to solve everything all the time, at least not right now,” he said. “We need to have a way that it’s going to benefit [players], because otherwise we get the bad PR that we’ve seen with gamers. Triple-A gaming studios try to shove NFTs in there because it’s the cool word, the cool thing to say.”

Heby predicted that the first major move in transactions that we’ll see in metaverses is advertising companies making land grabs, very similar to what Nike did recently within Roblox. It’s a familiar narrative of development and progress in the real world, where real estate gets bought up, and then the infrastructure gets built on that.

“We’ll start seeing cutting-edge companies invest real marketing dollars — in traditional currencies, not necessarily crypto — to benefit the long-term health and wellness of their businesses,” he said. “In terms of types of transactions today, it’s still heavily based in fiat currencies like we’re talking about. But that has an opportunity to change toward crypto, toward NFTs, toward tokenization very quickly.”

Companies may also start to do pop-up shops and sell clothes or merchandise, or companies like FaZe Clan might take the opportunity to make a land grab, he said.

Trust, shared belief, and cryptocurrency

The key to helping people understand this space is the concept of digital ownership and digital assets generally, Marcus said. A skeptic might see an artistic NFT, a poorly-drawn ape, and wonder why anyone would put a six-figure value on ownership of something they could screenshoot.

“But when you unpack it, it’s not about the ape, it’s about the underlying technology that allows anyone with that technological know-how to confirm that I own the NFT to the exclusion of all others,” he said.

Ownership in the real world can be considered a bundle of rights — when you buy land, you have the right to build a house on it, the right to grow vegetables on it, the right to sell it. If you can prove that you own the rights to this ape, you can also prove that you own the rights to other digital assets. You can own one of Stella Artois’ digital horses and race it against other digital horses, own land in a digital world and develop it, and charge others for the right to enter a digital world.

“It’s about a shift in perception of property, the ownership of an asset not being limited only to the physical world, but expanding that to the digital world,” he said. “It’s going to take time, for sure, but as we start to see more utility in these digital assets, we’ll start to see greater acceptance and understanding of it generally.”

Transaction nirvana

Predictions about cryptocurrency and transactions in the metaverse can be made with varying amounts of gravitas, but no one really knows where it will end up.

“The onus is not on the consumer in adopting cryptocurrency as a legitimate asset, it’s on the technological partners and on the businesses that are creating these projects,” Marcus says.

And that probably means offering a frictionless value proposition for the consumer, where they gain benefits without having to dive into the nitty-gritty of how crypto actually works. In the NFT space, the virtual basketball trading cards product, NBA Top Shot, is a great example. You can withdraw and deposit cash in USD fairly easily to buy and sell, with few hoops to jump through.

“But if I compare that to an NFT project on the Ethereum network like Bored Ape Yacht Club, I have to open a digital wallet, deposit my fiat currency into that, exchange it for a digital currency, pay the gas and transaction fees, and eventually convert everything back and go withdraw the money at the ATM,” he said. “The onus really isn’t on us as consumers to figure out how to make this work. But I can’t wait to see where the technology goes to make it easier.”

It’s inevitable that we’ll move in this direction, Heby said.

“Compare the U.S. dollar, how long it’s been around, to Bitcoin,” he said. “We have at least a hundred-plus years on it with the U.S. dollar. That’s the marketing problem. People like things that have history behind them. As we get more and more history, there are going to be some changes, and it’ll be something that becomes more widely accepted. For now, there are still transactions going on in the metaverse. There will continue to be transactions going on.”

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