It's not just MF. I've noticed on a few of my holdings that when many sources all go negative at the same time, the opposite generally happens. Same is true when there's all of a sudden a lot of positive "analysis", the stock soon goes negative.
Saw it happen on GOV. See it happening here. Nothing is 100% accurate, but when a relatively unknown, relatively thinly traded stock sees a lot of press going in one direction or the other, it could be a very good counter-indicator.
Good luck to all.
Seems like all the downgrades are coming from macroeconomic indicators that the company's firing on all cylinders to fight. Meanwhile my wife and daughters love the store. Not a fan of retail, but I see decent return on this one over the next year or two.
Parker Hannifin's Exoskeleton got FDA approval. ReWalk mentioned as the only other company to reach this milestone. ReWalk 2-year sales figures (which you can see in their last press release) were mentioned. Not qualified to compare the two systems, but Exoskeleton publicity can't hurt.
Read in the WSJ the other day that many are selling below their NAVs, so the distressed debt cos are looking to pick up the mortgages on the cheap from REITs that can use it for a capital return program. MITT is trading so far below NAV, can't imagine that someone with cash won't try to take them out or over.