long YHOO, short GOOG. GOOG will be selling all of your search history to insurance companies and government. stay away from GOOG
And GOOG is committing theft - stealing money I had in my AdMob account because I don't have a valid AdSense account. I sold Apps and they will NOT pay me. The so called help idiots will not help (ie. Amy and Eric). We will eventually all be judged - I would not want to have been a GOOG employee who knew you were stealing my money. They know revenues are falling fast and are desperate to steal the money people are making.
YHOO is a better buy. BABA will be all over the place. Who knows where it will settle. I'd wait for the 22nd to purchase BABA because many will sell for a profit just before the close on Fri. dropping the price.
MicroCap Analyst predicts SEEK will breakout just like Angies List did a few years back.
Najarian was tweeting about this breakdown of major support on the daily chart. look for elevator move down this week.
In new delhi on Monday Sundar Pichai the boss of Android will reveal new handsets in an attempt to supplant Nokia and others in a market of another Billion consumers. Why make millions when we can make billions?LOL
I think we are going to go down, at least, to and around $580 in the early part of the week and then bounce back for Thu and Fri depending on the Fed language and Alibaba offering on Fri.
Absolutely correct. Buy Spindle and Goog would eat Apples lunch. Spindle is the next Paypal. Businesses will not do business with paypal because they compete with them. A Goog and spindle lockup would not. Businesses would flock to GOOGLE.
As three makes a trend, a third quarter in a row of cost-per-click decline for Google advertising makes this an unsettling norm not only for the search company, but also for Internet advertising efforts elsewhere. During last quarter's earning call, Google reported a 16 percent decline in CPC, meaning the value of each advertisement clicked has gone down. That follows a 12 percent drop from previous quarter and 8 percent the quarter before that. Even at the company that managed to make money off of Internet advertising, those online ads are continually losing value.
In the scheme of the Internet, Google's loss shows an unfortunate reality of online advertising. Unlike the print world, Internet ads lose value over time. As Technology Review's Michael Wolff bluntly put it: "The nature of people's behavior on the Web and of how they interact with advertising, as well as the character of those ads themselves and their inability to command attention, has meant a marked decline in advertising's impact," he writes. Google eluded online advertising woes by making itself a necessary middle man, via Ad-words, Wolff continues. And it did this early, which also helped, explains SmartMoney's Jack Hough. But even that hasn't stopped the core inevitability that online advertising is a race to a bottom, as we've seen these last three quarters.
Google has blamed this on mobile, only further proving the ever-declining value of an Internet ad. "People have long described the price difference between print and Web ads as moving from analog dollars to digital dimes," explains The New York Times's Claire Cain Miller. "Cellphone ads could be described as trading those dimes for mobile pennies. Clicks on mobile ads cost about 40 percent of the price of desktop ads, according to Stifel Nicolaus," she continues. And, unfortunately for the ad-sales biz, the stats show mobile use is on the rise.
I hope it moves up ned week.. got some 590 calls that expire next Friday.. Any good news expected next week that will cause it to move north?