The news didn't bother Michael Krensavage of Raymond James, who told clients that he was keeping a strong buy rating. Even though third-quarter revenue fell by 5%, that was a smaller decline than Krensavage had predicted. And while Pfizer's third-quarter profit was 51 cents, excluding items, that was 4 cents better than Krensavage had forecast. He doesn't own shares, but his firm says it expects to receive or intends to seek investment-banking compensation from companies mentioned in its research reports. Meanwhile, James Kelly of Goldman Sachs says his estimates are under review. His research note says he still has an outperform rating on Pfizer. He doesn't own shares, and his firm has had an investment banking relationship with the company.