hey rich what kind of dufus can be so wrong day in and day out and still keep posting like a mad man incredible makes me laugh!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Virtual reality looks like the next mega tech trend, investment bank Piper Jaffray predicted in a research report Wednesday.
The market for VR and augmented reality headsets could be worth $62 billion in 2025, Piper Jaffray said. It estimates 500 million headsets sold at an average selling price of $125 that year.
Content for virtual reality goggles could generate $5.4 billion by 2025, the investment bank says.
"We believe virtual reality and augmented reality are the next mega tech themes through 2030," Piper Jaffray analysts said. "We liken the state of virtual and augmented reality today as similar to the state of mobile phones 15 years ago. It likely will take a decade before mainstream adoption as necessary improvements in displays and applications, as well as lower pricing, are needed to drive demand."
Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) are the likely public company winners in virtual reality, Piper Jaffray said.
wow, i hadn't looked at this for a week and what do you know, same idiot same wrong predictions
how does it feel being such a loser??
it's entertaining so thanks for that big boy
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Another desperate post by the king of desperation. Looks like your puts are expiring worthless again.
Why wait for that to happen.Everyone thinks owning FB stock is a smart investment. Company will never in q million years have earnings to support current PE.
results have been really spectacular,what retail investors are simply not plugging in is the huge ipo sharesand more shares on the mkt as the co used some of its shares are currency,theres a lot of supply out there,i think we have mos before this will take a lot longer,as the unlocking periods really get going.
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It doesn't work that way. They charge a billing rate based on supply and demand. Obviously, they charge a rate that will maximize profit. Too high a rate and revenue decreases and too low a rate reduces profit. Clicks mean nothing, it is results that count. Tell an advertiser he gets a zillion clicks and it means nothing if sales do not increase.
Not at all unlike watching a television program that runs 12 minutes of ads per hour and up to 16 minutes near the time of a general election. Yep, that is exactly how it is with TV according to FCC rules. Still, you watch it, don't you? What is it you don't believe? I do know television because I worked in it for many years. The ads paid the bills along with my salary. As I type this there is a small add on the right side of the page selling some damn thing that will reduce my blood pressure. That ad interferes with nothing. Internet advertising works
F had a 45 minute doji at the top this afternoon. Now look at the others recently. We had one on 5/14 at the high of $81.84 then we saw a low of $80.18. We had a doji at the top on 5/20 at $81.69, then we had a low of $79.47 on 5/19. We had another on 5/22 at $81.30, then a low of $79.40. Today we had one at $80.28, the low either later today or tomorrow we'll see how low. But expect about $2 lower than $80.28. See you at $78 soon
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Remember the saying" desperate people do desperate things? When there is NO growth, the boss gets grouchy, Walmart and McD are examples now.