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The majority of the "investment community" has "buy" or "hold" recommendations.

 

(13 buys, 20 holds, 4 sells).

 

The four Analysts that have sells are:

 

AJ's favorite Craig E Moffett from Sanford C. Bernstein & Co with a target price of 1.75

Simon from Morgan Stanley at 2.50

Thomas from Jefferies with a price target of 3.00

James from William Blair with no price target

 

 

Headlines that spell doom/gloom attract more readership vs. ones that say "yeah, sprints doing pretty well". When you get characters that go against what others say and are good at sound bites, they get a lot of air time (aka Craig Moffett).

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This is an excellent article that's filled with positive perspectives, unfortunately sprints balance sheet looks like a train wreck but hopefully based on recent trends they can maintain momentum and continue to turn things around and keep things that way.

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The majority of the "investment community" has "buy" or "hold" recommendations.

 

(13 buys, 20 holds, 4 sells).

 

The four Analysts that have sells are:

 

AJ's favorite Craig E Moffett from Sanford C. Bernstein & Co with a target price of 1.75

Simon from Morgan Stanley at 2.50

Thomas from Jefferies with a price target of 3.00

James from William Blair with no price target

 

 

Headlines that spell doom/gloom attract more readership vs. ones that say "yeah, sprints doing pretty well". When you get characters that go against what others say and are good at sound bites, they get a lot of air time (aka Craig Moffett).

 

I don't consider myself to be a professional investor by any means, its more of a hobby for me but in my "unprofessional opinion" I would probably hold or buy for the time being which is what I am doing currently anyway.

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