LOL, consult with your birdie? I'd rather use a crystal ball than to take advice from a fool like you.
That's a fact. LOL
Copy and paste the entire paragraph below into a google search and let me know what you find.
RadioShack Co. logoRadioShack (NYSE:RSH) was upgraded by Zacks from an “underperform” rating to a “neutral” rating in a research report issued on Friday. The firm currently has a $1.00 target price on the stock
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The company this month warned it could be forced to liquidate or seek bankruptcy protection if it can’t find a way to improve its finances soon. - The Wall Street Journal
Sentiment: Strong Sell
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It was a fake press release. Multiple sites published it. Google "fake stock press release" to see how the scam works. Now go to Zacks' own website and enter "RSH." Still a Sell. Zacks doesn't even have a "neutral" rating.