Guggenheim Securities expert Michael Morri s on Monday updated his stock scores on Snap and Spotify after “modifying our appraisal structure for our digital media protection universe to better show comparability with peer business in the software application industry.”
The analyst also increased the stock price targets for Netflix and other substantial web business.
The expert raised his score on the stock of social media company Snap from “neutral” to “buy,” with his price target rising by $6 to $28, using 13 percent upside at its presentprice He also updated his score on Spotify shares from “offer” to “neutral,” with his cost target jumping by $18 to $250, or 6 percent upside.
Morris’ stock cost targets somewhere else consist of a $40 increase for “purchase”- ranked Netflix to $570, a $35 increase for “purchase”- rated Facebook to $330, and a $9 improvement to $48 for “neutral”- ranked Twitter. He also raised his stock rate target for “purchase”- ranked Google owner Alphabet from $1,725 to $1,850 and for “neutral”- ranked Roku from $150 to $173
This short article was at first released by The Hollywood Press reporter.