This morning, investment firm Goldman Sachs announced that its "Super Seven" list of hot high-tech stocks include: Cisco (CSCO) - Get Report, Dell (DELL) - Get Report, EMC (EMC) , First Data (FDC) - Get Report, Oracle (ORCL) - Get Report, PMC-Sierra (PMCS) and Teradyne (TER) - Get Report.

Baxter

(BAX) - Get Report

: STARTED as a buy with a 70 price target at

Credit Suisse First Boston

.

BellSouth

(BLS)

: UP to buy from neutral, price target to 70 from 61 at

Lehman Brothers

.

Bluestone Software

(BLSW)

: UP to strong buy from buy at

Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown

.

Conexant Systems

(CNXT) - Get Report

: UP to strong buy from buy at

Warburg Dillon Read

.

Dollar Tree

(DLTR) - Get Report

: DOWN to hold from buy at Lehman Brothers.

Flag Telecom

(FTHL)

: STARTED as a strong buy with a 12-month price target of 45-50 by Warburg Dillon Read analyst Linda Meltzer.

Fortune Brands

: STARTED as a market performer with a 12-month price target of 27 at

J.P. Morgan

.

Internet Capital Group

(ICGE)

: RESTARTED with a strong buy at DB Alex. Brown.

National Semiconductor

(NSM)

: UP to strong buy from buy at Warburg Dillon Read.

Polymedica

(PLMD)

: STARTED as a buy with a 67 price target at CSFB.

QXL

(QXLC)

: STARTED as a strong buy at

SG Cowen

.

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals

(REGN) - Get Report

: STARTED as a long-term buy with a 12-month price target of 30 by J.P. Morgan analyst Franklin Berger.

Tellabs

(TLAB)

: DOWN to outperform from top pick at

ABN Amro

.