Shares of Target fell Tuesday morning after the company said higher wages put pressure on profits during the holiday quarter. And Amazon shares are at a new record high, thanks to a new $2,000 price target from Monness Crespi. Plus we speak with the SVP of global brands at Wyndham about the company's plans to spin off its vacation ownership business into a separate public company, as well as a new feature that gets you to unplug. And Spotify and Dropbox have both filed to go public in recent weeks. We take a look at how the offerings may fare and what precedent they set for the IPO market this year. Analysts at Baird reiterated their "outperform" rating on Apple stock, with a price target of $200. Kristen Scholer and Tim Stenovec walk you through setting a limit sell order on the TradeStation platform if you want to lock in gains if and when the stock hits that level.

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