I'm trying to be patient by holding on to stocks from Apple Computer and Salesforce.com, both of whom are great companies with strong products I use every day. But 2006 and the last few months especially have not been very good for either, and it's hitting us in the piggy bank, as I whined about after Monday's stock market close.
But it looks like help may be on the way. According to BusinessWeek, a financial analyst from Standards and Poors sees significant upside in both stocks, upgrading Apple from a Hold to a Strong Buy, and Salesforce.com from Hold to a Buy. Of course, one of the main reasons he gives for the renewed enthusiasm is that both stocks have been unfairly hammered. But I think I knew that already.
In early (very early) trading, Salesforce.com is up more than seven percent, while Apple is down fractionally. (Yahoo! AAPL, CRM)
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