E-House Holdings slips as Goldman pulls from Conviction Buy list

The stock's up 9% since being added to the Asia Pacific Conviction List in December vs. a big decline in China, and a bigger decline in overseas real estate plays, notes analyst Jacqueline Du. A Buy rating is still maintained as she says the valuation is still attractive and sizable earnings boosts are in store for coming years.

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  • Ted Bear
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    I guess Goldman was just getting ready to facilitate customer orders yesterday when they kept selling the shares. Market up 200....EJ down 3%.


    Is this crap ever going to stop?
    18 Mar 2014, 09:10 AM Reply Like
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