A major sell-side firm cut their fundamental rating on eBay (EBAY) to "sell" with a $42 price target. Let's check out the charts and indicators again. In our last review on May 24 we wrote that "Traders could probe the long side of EBAY above $47 risking to $43." Let's see what happened.
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