F5 Networks is downgraded to 'equal weight,' and LinkedIn is initiated with an 'outperform.'
Meanwhile, 2 Dow components and another important stock in the tech sector are downgraded.
Investors are skeptical that the company's talk will amount to much, however.
LeapFrog is initiated with an 'overweight,' and Beazer Homes is downgraded to 'neutral.'
This car manufacturer has endeavored to do things differently from the beginning, and that may give it interesting potential.
BlackBerry is downgraded to 'market perform,' and LinkedIn is initiated with a 'neutral.'
Investors are now more worried that the professional social network may be moving into a future with less robust expansion.
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