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What: Shares of Internet-based telephony specialist BroadSoft
So what: Northland Securities just started coverage of this stock with a buy rating and a $38 price target. The analyst action nearly became a self-fulfilling prophecy as shares topped out at $37.21 in intraday action.
Now what: VoIP experts commonly trade in nosebleed territory: BroadSoft, 8x8
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