Shares were taking it on the chin Friday as investors react to the company's earnings report.
The stock's underperformed over the last 5 years, but the CEO just increased his holdings.
Rackspace is downgraded at 2 firms and upgraded at 1, and Ctrip.com is upgraded to 'buy.'
Research in Motion is upgraded to 'hold,' and Intel is downgraded to 'neutral.'
The industry looks set to remain stuck in its first inning for some time to come.
Westport is a terrific spec trade, but it's a bit fanciful to think the natural gas shift will happen on its own.
Halliburton is upgraded to 'outperform,' while Seagate is downgraded to 'hold.'
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