The cover was beautiful, which would make you grab it off the shelf and run to the checkout to pay for it.
The title was, "ALL YOU'LL EVER NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE STOCK MARKET".
It was the most truthful book ever published, as all of the pages were blank.
Most people are traders on fb. That means buy low and sell high. So it cannot stay at 80 all the time. But remember this stock just bought out a 22 billion dollar company that's selling stock to pay for it. I see 75 till April.
give us a break -25 cent gaap eps and 29% operating margins heading towards the old amazon model
FB is still the biggest social media platform and with Instagram having a lot of potential to grow as well, i will invest in fb as well
“I’m a firm believer that Twitter will be dead within three years,” declares Espinosa. “Being part of a digital agency, I understand both how Twitter is trying to monetise itself and how people are trying to monetise Twitter as a service for their clients. I don’t see lasting value in either.
It is being called a social media touchdown: Twitter versus Facebook at Super Bowl XLIX. Indeed, both social media groups are making special efforts for the jamboree.
Twitter, which saw 25 million tweets during last year’s Super Bowl, has launched NFL Experience, a special Twitter page gathering NFL-related posts to encourage Twitter users to make more microblogging entries. Facebook, meanwhile, has its Super Bowl Experience page, another place to post Super Bowl-related content as well as access general NFL information.
It is all said to amount to Twitter’s largest annual event and biggest day of the year so, amidst all the fanfare, razzmatazz and expectations, it seems almost rude to ask whether Twitter will still be around when Super Bowl LII is played out at Vikings Stadium in Minneapolis. Minnesota, in 2018.
The question may also seem improbable, given that Twitter is projecting revenues of more than $1.36billion for 2014. Despite remaining unprofitable, Twitter has cash in the bank, 284million monthly active users – a figure that grew by 13million in the third quarter of last year – and a stock market capitalisation of $24billion.
Amidst a slowing growth rate of Twitter users, however, Jose Espinosa is daring to ask exactly this question. Espinosa, 42, a US citizen born in San Jose, California, is digital partner at Connect Advertising and Marketing, a British advertising and branding agency with clients including Jaguar Land Rover, Lafarge Tarmac and Britain’s Birmingham Airport.
Monday will be a great time to buy! If you not like then do not buy ! This stock will be 89.00 before you blink! On well have other thinks to do now , see you @ 100.00!!
Its hard to day trade options. The options don't move with the stock..............If the ask is $.30 and you bid that price, the ask goes to $.35............If you ask $.30, and the bid is $.30, the bid goes to $.25.
So here you are with a $2.00 dollar rise in the stock and the options do nothing. You buy and lose across the spread. You sell and you lose across the spread. Someone may get a big one day move every once in awhile but to daytrade options is almost impossible to make money.
What you need is to create positions with both long and short contracts which can be fashioned to mitigate effects of IV Implied volatility, Theta (time), etc
Options don't move with stocks plus you get ripped off (by large amounts) across the bid ask spread. Unless you trading deep itm options, its losing game and if you are trading deep itm options you may as well trade the underlying equity.
glad to know you are on the other side of my other latest short, as a TWTR and FB long you are about to be clobbered, it's easier just sending me a check. I thought you claimed Google would buy Twitter? You need to decide which fantasy you are ascribing to lol.
FB has been a bubble for well over a year, growth is slowing as their spending increases and expenses mount... Zuck is a billionaire, like he cares about such things, gets his stock for .01... what a country!