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What: Shares of Redbox video rental parent Coinstar
So what: Along with the upgrade, Coster reiterated his price target of $50 per share, representing a nice 26% premium to Friday's close. However, he also made sure that investors view the call as a "6-month long trade," as opposed to a long-term, buy-and-hold recommendation.
Now what: "We believe the DVD kiosk rental opportunity will be saturated by late 2012," Coster wrote in a note to clients. "Furthermore, we believe the DVD (and broader optical disk) category has already entered a long-term decline (analogous with peak-to-trough decline of VHS and CD categories). ..." So while pouncing on a November pullback might be tempting, increasing pressure from digital gorillas like Amazon
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