Nothing to get excited about here, with "The Street" upgrading Osir to a "hold" based on its increase in stock price and "acceptable level of debt". That last phrase seems to be what their computer program generates, even if there is zero debt. That is a tip off that "The Street" has no one watching the store, so to speak, no one actually following Osiris who could say the obvious, that there is no debt. Seems the firm generates rankings for stocks simply as a way to garner new subscribers for itself. Often, when "The Street" and/or Cramer provides a ranking for a stock, whatever they say seems to function as a contrary indicator for serious investors. That being the case, it's fortunate they did not give Osiris a "buy" recommendation.