Goldman Sachs may be one of the most despised companies on the planet right now, but they did make $4.79B in the fourth quarter of 2009, so perhaps they know what they’re talking about when they (and other analysts) say get out of gaming technology stocks. A bad economy, delays in rolling out new products and that catastrophuck in Alabama are all cited as reasons for downgrading gaming tech firms from ‘attractive’ to ‘neutral’. Man, why don’t they just go all the way and say those jeans make tech firms’ butt look fat? Read more.
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