Level 3 Communications, Inc.

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Closing price November 1, 2017
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Thursday, February 11, 2016, include Cisco, Dish Network, First Data, Level 3 Communications, Regions FInancial, SolarCity, Tesla, Twitter...
In a new research report, Cowen shuffles its top pick stocks in the telecom sector, as the demand for fiber, storage, delivery and latency is only going to increase.
Goldman Sachs already had Level 3 Communications rated as Buy, but now the firm has moved its rating up to its prized Conviction Buy list.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include CenturyLink, JetBlue AIrways, Level 3 Communications, Netflix, PulteGroup, United Technologies, VMware and Whiting Petroleum.
When analysts call for implied upside of 30%, 50% or almost 100%, it usually implies higher risk as well, even in these well-known stocks.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Analog Devices, Barracuda Networks, Gap, Level 3 Communications, Petrobras, Autodesk and HSBC.
Insider buying is almost always a bullish indicator and the amount of it over the past month has been huge.
With demand for storage, streaming, latency, bandwidth and more skyrocketing, the top telecom services companies continue to shine.
The overwhelming cascade of insider buyers should come as no surprise, given the huge drops in the market over the past week and a half.
A new report from Cowen points to the major factors that continue to drive demand in communications infrastructure, notably fiber and data centers.
While the late summer doldrums are here, the insider action since the end of the second-quarter earnings season is hardly dull.
If you wonder if there is money to be made in telecom and data services, all you have to do is look at your smartphone. The demand is insatiable, and going up all the time.
Level 3 Communications reported better-than-expected first-quarter 2015 earnings before markets opened Wednesday morning.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of some of the larger companies in the tech sector reporting their quarterly results at the end of April.
In a new research note, Cowen says two of the top stocks in telecom services and data center should be bought before the earnings print.