Shares of Tractor Supply got dinged up pretty good Tuesday after SunTrust Robinson Humphrey analyst David Magee cut his price target to $105 from $115. The stock (Ticker: TSCO) closed down 6 percent at $83.39, its lowest level since July, but Terri Stridsberg at Schaeffer's Investment Research says a number of options investors remain bullish on the Brentwood-based company.
JMP Securities analyst William Marks has reiterated his 'outperform' rating on shares of Ryman Hospitality Resources but lowered his price target on the REIT-to-be to $42 from $50 following its big one-time dividend. Marks also said he expects CEO Colin Reed and his team to declare in early 2013 a dividend that will produce a yield of between 3 percent and 5 percent. Ryman (Ticker: RHP) closed Tuesday's action at $34.16.