A roundup of tech ratings changes

Intel (INTC +0.3%) has been upgraded to Buy by B. Riley following its Q3 beat and light Q4 revenue guidance.

Yahoo (YHOO +1.7%) has received a two-notch upgrade to Outperform from CLSA after it posted mixed Q3 results and soft Q4 guidance, but also strong Q2 numbers for Alibaba.

Cisco (CSCO +0.4%) has been cut to Neutral, and Juniper (JNPR +3.6%) upgraded to Buy, by MKM. Juniper reports on Oct. 22.

Netflix (NFLX -0.2%) has been cut to Hold by Hudson Square ahead of its Oct. 21 Q3 report.

Vimpelcom (VIP +3.9%) has been upgraded to Overweight by Morgan Stanley.

BT (BT +1.7%) has been upgraded to Conviction Buy by Goldman.

CyrusOne (CONE +2.7%) has been upgraded to Buy by BofA/Merrill. However, the firm is maintaining its $23 PT.

Ultimate Software (ULTI +1.6%) has been upgraded to Overweight by Evercore.

Ellie Mae (ELLI -6.5%) has been cut to Market Perform by JMP.

Super Micro (SMCI -2.7%) has been cut to Hold by Stifel.

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  • Qniform
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    Why don't I care about a single one of these calls? How does these analysts make money anyway? People pay for this?
    16 Oct 2013, 10:38 AM Reply Like
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