GS's downgrade is the best catalyst in itself. If you keep betting against Goldmans suggestions you will do alright for yourself.
The company is profitable, and these days that's a rare thing. It's down from 36 to 26 in last month. The price action tells me that someone else with more money than me is as smart as me to be buying up the stock at present price. I don't know what may happen tomorrow but this move up is long over-due after the extensive sell off and I for one am giddy with excitement.
I'm guessing that Hedge funds know that Goldman is trying to either get a new client in cheap or get a large short client out. Upgrades and downgrades have no meaning any more. They are 'tools' for investment bankers, not for real investors. Just applaud the fraud and BTFD.