Just read that an analyst at Goldman rated Intel a sell.
I know back in the good ol' fraudulent days, analysts like Henry Blodget and (maybe) Mary Meeker got caught touting stocks publicly, while bashing them privately -- basically because there was intense pressure not to rate an existing or potential IB client a sell. That's why I was surprised that an analyst at Goldman would put the Scarlet S onto a big company like Intel...
I guess this is pretty admirable on the analyst's part, but... is he gonna get shit from his bankers? And did he just damage his career/potential bonus?
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