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To: OrionX who wrote (209200)7/23/2020 2:46:45 PM
From: Moonray2 Recommendations

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  Respond to of 212860
 
Goldman capitalizing on perceived bad news?
In a way.
Keeping a sell but raising target to $299 from $263
on a stock pushing $400 is just CYA so that people
can't see HOW WRONG he really was/is. If AAPL
sells off to $320, he can say "Look how close to my
$299 target AAPL has come".

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To: OrionX who wrote (209200)7/23/2020 3:01:54 PM
From: Moonray  Respond to of 212860
 
Take a look at this story and date.
Nothing wrong with his original
stance, but to maintain it since
then is idiotic:

Watch Goldman Sachs’ Rod Hall defend his $165 Apple price target
Published October 9, 2019 by Philip Elmer-DeWitt
More at: ped30.com

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