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So what: Along with the addition, analyst Joe Wittine planted a price target of $81 per share on Seagate, representing about 85% worth of upside to where it sits now. Wittine's belief that the hard drive industry bottomed in the first half of 2013 naturally bodes well for Western Digital, too, but Seagate gets the spot on the list due to its organic investments (hybrids, enterprise and client SSDs, and services) and attractive valuation.
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It turns out that the $81 target claim was an error. The actual target is $54, still a 25% premium to current pricing.

Still looks good to me.

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