Pandora is upgraded to 'buy,' and Alcoa is downgraded to 'underperform.'
The Dow is down nearly 200 points after disappointing forward-looking commentary from Wal-Mart and Cisco, as well as a raft of economic data.
These names are chosen using a strategy that is in line with one of the greatest fund managers of all time.
Sprint is upgraded to 'buy,' while Coca-Cola is downgraded to 'neutral.'
While economic news could trigger a correction, the mid-term trend for small-cap stocks remains positive.
Analyst sentiment has turned negative, but charts signal rally potential.
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