Not sure who these guys are: they upgrade but indicating they want to see movement up from 12.56 before they recomend buying. Also they see higher interest rates as cutting into profits http://www.dividend.com/blog/?p=10043
The Bottom Line We have avoided shares of FNF since our early June coverage began, when the stock traded at $15.29. The company has a 4.79% dividend yield based on last night’s closing stock price of $12.52. The stock has technical support in the $8-10 price area. If the shares can rebound from the recent slump, we see overhead resistance around the $15-18 price levels. We would remain on the sidelines for now.