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Analyst Moves for 12/1: What They Mean for Investors

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Analyst Moves for December 1: What They Mean for Mutual Fund Investors (AAPL, VRTX, CCL)

Dec 01, 2014



Barclays Raises Price Target on Apple


Mutual Funds to Watch

For investors that are interested in gaining exposure to Apple without owning the individual stock, a mutual fund investment may be a good alternative. Below are the mutual funds with the largest stake in Apple.


Maxim Group Raises Price Target on Vertex (VRTX)


Mutual Funds to Watch

For investors that are interested in investing in Vertex without owning the individual stock, a mutual fund holding may be a good alternative. Below are the mutual funds with the largest stake in Vertex.


Goldman Sachs Downgrades Carnival (CCL)


Kent noted: “Reasons for our downgrade: (1) Staying disciplined. CCL hit our price target, and it is time to move on. (2) The “no supply” environment is no longer true. Over 40,000 new berths will be added over a two year period in an already saturated market with little pricing power, with new aggressive strategies from MSC and NCLH in particular. (3) CCL’s turnaround has been too slow, in our view. When CCL appointed a new CEO, we expected to see more activity, but so far changes seem elusive. For example, management cited it could reduce airline expenses in 1Q14 results but nothing has materialized yet. (4) Management has not been as clear on financial and operational goals as we expected. In contrast, NCLH and RCL have laid out long-term return expectations.”

Mutual Funds to Watch

For investors seeking exposure to Carnival, a mutual fund may be a good alternative. Below are the funds with the largest stakes in CCL.

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