Then don't read analyst reports if you don't trust them. The fact remains that BMY is considered a takeover target by executives throughout the pharmaceutical industry and is almost certainly going to be acquired now that the legal clouds are dispersed.
I never understand how people with pessimistic outlooks think they can profit, except by accident, in an industry that must be optimistically forward looking to succeed. I don't understand it, but it is fun to profit from their over-conservatism, paranoia and short-sightedness.
Agree JC.........It is amazing how experts surface. The only thing stockholders have in their favor is the greed of the BMY execs.
I still find it amazing how they Feds let the them off the hook "being in the spirit of the agreement" when they lied over the Plavix deal to the Feds during the agreement. It makes you wonder what the spirit of ethics really is. I feel it is a mockery of the court for big Biz too.