I am not aware of anything new either. The only IRA thing I know of is the minimum requirement on IRA withdrawals. I just wish the minimum withdraw would go away.
25 PE X 2015 EPS (3.00) which is 40 to 50% higher than current high estimate = $75/share stock by year end
Earnings are decellerating as you can see on current EPS lowerings in upcoming 3 quarters. You don't excellerate PE when earnings are decellerating. You can, but you will be down on your purchase as soon as correction hits the market and FB and everything else trades 15 to 30% lower. So buy a little at $70 and a little more at $60 when market corrects if you are hot and bothered about owning FaceBook. I'm in at at average of $63/share. Would only buy more if we saw it dip into low to mid $60s. I don't buy highs! It's no way to make money just to be miserable with Cramer right along side of you.
Forbes used to gang up on one of my stocks, and I quit reading them because all that trash becomes too disheartening. Except for a rare glimpse. I did pull up a webcast of Steve Forbes as politician and listened to him and liked him a lot. But maybe the product is run like SA, where they just hire opinions regardless.
agree. agree. and, agree.
(finally) fired clarence otis (darden restrnts). i went to outback for a steak and the ENTIRE experience was outrageously and unbelievably bad. seriously.
I looked into the 140 Calls. They were up a nickle when I called the other day, and I was almost counting the chickens before becoming options approved. Losing the stock would not be good at all. So then what I might do is simply average down. The chart looks to me as if FB might slip into that ongoing wedge and rewedge that it does so well. Thank you for helping me think this through.
quickest way to ruin a great service. throw a bunch of unwanted ads at it
time to shop for a new photo-sharing site...
yes, let's lose yet another great platform to advertisements that most don't want and serve only to clutter up on-screen real estate.