It is the result of all the quote on quote analysts on the street that has helped the greater moves in a stock - be it, up or down. When stocks were at their all time highs 99.9% of the analysts on street were bullish. Now 99.9% are bearish. That gives me more confidence that a bigger move is in store for this stock. EBN' s Jack Robertson simply is propaganda - he knows very little if anything about RMBS. He msut be getting paid by some institution to bash RMBS. He said RMBS committed fraud in one of his prior articles. He was so confident they would go in the toilet - where is he now? Don't listen to analysts - all they have, are opinions and you know what - they stink.
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Here are some of the professional opinions published last week:
This is Metro Trading Inc. opinion: �From what we have gathered, it's impossible for us and even Rambus' own management statements to not view the recent meteoric speculation as overdone and due for a significant correction and unclear as to how aforementioned events will play out. Investors should exercise extreme caution at this time.�
This is Biefing.com Robert Green opinion: �It all boils down to this: Can you believe that Rambus will be able to collect royalties on past sales of memory chips because of an enforceable patent position and a clear title to the patents? If you cannot construct this argument, then Rambus current stock price is simply too high - once again driven to heights by the strong cult following the stock has.�
This is Jack Robertson , EBNonline.com opinion: �For all its drama, the U.S. Court of Appeals' decision last week backing Rambus Inc. in its patent infringement suit against Infineon Technologies A.G. won't lead to any surge in SDRAM royalties -- quite possibly for some time to come.
This is Sherry Garber, an analyst at Semico Research Corp., Phoenix opinion: "It's another opportunity for the lawyers to make more money than DRAM manufacturers,"
Capital Research Group rated RMBS "market underperform": �Rambus Inc. (NasdaqNM:RMBS - News): Market Underperform, down 4% on 14 million shares��
And here is �la piece de resistance�! This is John Danforth, senior VP and general counsel for Rambus opinion: "We're not predicting any immediate change in royalty revenue as a result of the appellate court decision," John Danforth, senior vice president and general counsel for Rambus, Los Altos, Calif., told EBN�
NO WONDER NOBODY UPGRADED RAMBUS!!! RAMBUS WILL NOT COLLECT A SINGLE PENNY FROM RECENT COURT DECISION!