Telecom Services

Strategic means big think, not afterthought.
Trifecta Stocks portfolio managers don't anticipate AT&T discussing its Yahoo bid in its latest quarterly results.
This trade is closed with a nice gain.
Clearing some old resistance will make a path for further gains.
T's charts suggest a $63 long-term price target. 
A decline back below $52 would upset the bull story.
With growth slowing down, it may be time to hang up on this caller.
Fundamental analysts can buy the falling knife, but I prefer to wait for evidence that the decline is finished.
The U.K. economy will bounce back and the stock is a solid income play.
The U.K. is only one part of its business, which is turning around.


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