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Published June 12, 2013
While the company's stock has dropped since its Investor Day last Wednesday, there has been "no apparent change in how the company is viewed by analysts." Goldman Sachs has said UA Founder, President & CEO Kevin Plank's stated revenue goals are "achievable." Brokerage firm Stern Agee and others have "advised investors to buy and are projecting continued growth from the company" (BALTIMORESUN.com, 6/12).