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Top Wall Street analysts are feeling confident about these 3 stocks after earnings

As investors grapple with macro uncertainty and a cloudy path on the Federal Reserve's rate cuts, they will need to adopt a long-term mindset to pick the best names for their portfolios.

To make the right decisions, investors can track the recommendations of Wall Street experts, who carefully assess the financial performance of a company and its growth strategies before assigning their ratings.

Bearing that in mind, here are three stocks favored by the Street's top pros, according to TipRanks, a platform that ranks analysts based on their past performance.

This week's first pick is restaurant chain Domino's Pizza (DPZ). The company recently reported a beat on earnings per share for the first quarter, driven by higher U.S. franchise royalties and fees, as well as improved gross margin within the supply chain.

Following the Q1 print, Deutsche Bank analyst Lauren Silberman reiterated a buy rating on DPZ stock and increased the price target to $580 from $555, citing increased visibility in the same-store sales growth outlook.

Silberman noted that U.S. same-store sales growth of 5.6% reflected broad-based momentum, with improved traffic experienced in carryout and delivery. She added that the traffic growth was driven by Domino's revamped loyalty program, strong value proposition, operations and innovation.

The analyst also noted that DPZ is benefiting from increased contributions from Uber Eats, thanks to growing marketing efforts and awareness. Overall, the Q1 results reinforced Silberman's positive view on DPZ, backed by the company's initiatives to support an increase in same-store sales, accelerating unit growth with improving franchisee profitability and better margins.

"We believe a premium valuation is warranted, and given