Wall Street’s suspension of trading on Monday for the Memorial Day holiday doesn’t mean investors need to wait for summer stock trading. Despite an uncertain macroeconomic backdrop and a lingering debt-ceiling crisis, consumer spending has remained resilient, which some economists say is enough to prevent the economy from slipping into recession. Expect high prices for hotel rooms and airfare this summer as consumer appetite for travel shows no sign of abating. Continued willingness to spend and make travel plans could benefit a large number of stocks in the Invesco Dynamic Leisure and Entertainment ETF (PEJ). CNBC Pro uses FactSet data to screen stocks within the fund that are up more than 10% on average from price targets set by analysts, while at least 60% of analysts rate the stock a buy. Shares of Las Vegas Sands are up 16% from the start of the year. The company’s April earnings also beat analysts’ expectations, with adjusted earnings of 28 cents a share, beating analysts’ expectations of 20 cents, according to Refinitiv data. Nearly 79% of analysts polled by FactSet rate the stock a buy, while the average price target implies about 27% upside. The company also just received a long-term lease license for a casino in Nassau County, New York. LVS YTD Mountain Las Vegas Sands Stock. Liberty Media’s Formula 1 group is up about 19% since the start of 2023. The average analyst price target implies an 11.4% upside potential for the stock, while 64.3% of Formula One Group analysts rate it a Buy. The famous Formula 1 segment dominated the headlines on Tuesday after Honda announced plans to team up with Aston Martin Racing in 2026. FWONK YTD Mountain Freedom Media Group stock. Yum China has had a more muted performance so far in 2023, up 4.6%. Shares have fallen more than 7% over the past month as China again grapples with rising Covid infections, complicating reopening efforts. Still, 66.7% of analysts polled by FactSet rate the stock a buy. Analysts’ average price target implies an upside of nearly 27% for Yum China’s shares. YUMC YTD Yum China Holdings shares.