I really wonder why I even reply to "intelligent" posts, but here we go again... 

Every investment firm has what we call a "strategy". Most firms do not believe in day trading because the majority of investors are investors for the med to long term. Sure, if it shoots up at or past expectations, they take profits etc.. What i'm trying to get at is, Analysts do not just have a recommended buy at say 1.20 and automatically exit. Usually when a stock price goes up, good news was the catalyst, and also the target usually rises as well because of this good news. I was going to explain more but i'm just tired of explaining things that are obvious