Still at it you crackhead? You've been bad mouthing FB since it was in the $40's. Just go long and cut all the stress out of your life. FB has only just begun to monetize all it has to offer.
More cash than you can imagine. Called a growth company. You probably don't know what that is since you short stocks. What's your account down to? Do you have anything left? I'm up 100% in 2 years. Try to beat that shorting for pennies every day. LOSER
Do you realize the expenses and payroll and other expenses? The balnce sheets should never reflect a p/e of 107 - thats for crtain
WOW!! Your IQ drops more and more each day. How is that possible? Have you ever read a financial statement? Or the balance sheet on FB? You have detailed in the common sense category.
You implied a warning, its freedom of speech and a right to congregate as far as I know. What crime? I don't shy away from my opinion, I stand by it. Not all opinions are private, I question what good and opinion is if it is kept private.
You imply next crime, what was the last one, I'm curious.
Your post is certainly a typical FB quality post.
The oil industry got hit bad but get ready as every sector has priced out markets are only expected to gain 4 percent per year so where will hedge funds go its the sectors that are cheap how long do you really think gas will stay under 2.00 not long we all know that but with temperatures getting colder experts are saying they expect crude to hit 42.50 and next year in the cold months hit 48.50 as the high hold that mark until late 2017. The govt plan will backfire as they are trying to create more low wage jobs for those with no jobs so what will happen hedge funds people with big pockets will over pay for oil stocks just like gopro at 90 gas will return to 70 by end of 2017 but be overbought hitting 100.00 barrel in 2018 this is a no brainer i will make huge money on this just sit on it make big bucks
Pinterest Valued at $11 Billion After Latest Funding
Image bookmarking company raises $367 million, seeks up to $211 million more
Pinterest Inc. on Monday said it raised $367 million, giving the online site a valuation of $11 billion and making it one of the most highly valued startups by venture capitalists in the world.
The latest funding more than doubles Pinterest’s previous valuation of $5 billion from less than a year ago, underscoring the premium investors are placing on the most sought-after companies
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before the big run. He has alerted me to a bunch of stocks before they took off.