80.90 = 50-MA
81.45 = pivot point base line
81.45, 81.21 = the close of the last 2 peak days
FB has dropped $2 below the 50-MA only to be $2 above the 50-MA just a few days later, so I'm not too worried about that. I think we bounce off the 80-81 range and find resistance at 85 a few more times before we break out again. It will move this summer based on FB PR announcements.
I'm a buyer again at that range.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Keep up the good work morse but I do have a question. How is it a district attorney in Wisconsin can use the police to raid the homes of law abiding walker supporter's for political reason's, use the IRS to harass conservative non profit's group's, but fail to investigate H.C. long trail of abuse in using her influence to build HER non profit..including compromising N.S. with a Russian uranium deal ! And where was the I.R.S. while this was going on ? Watching porn, partying at a convention....Or ...maybe sleeping in a rope line in front of an aapl outlet waiting to greet the first watch buyer's HaHa
Nice 50% profit in a few hours. Maybe I can trade them again if FB shows some strength. Probably not gonna happen, but you can always hope. You longs know that for sure. Lol
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Well we are half way through them now. The low was $81.27 and the high was $83.09. $82.18 is 1/2 way through. I saw a big bid of 8000 shares at $82.38 taken away in a big gulp. Hit that bid before going to lunch. Good luck
Sentiment: Strong Sell
If the stuff coming out of your mouth makes sense, I'll listen. I've told you this already. But your last post is just crazy.
1. FB and GOOG are NOT close in market cap. GOOG has about $150B MORE in market cap ... how is that even close? Someone who just lops off $150B to make an argument looses all credibility.
2. In addition to the pet pig, FB also knows that I like Starbucks and BMW and Nike. Not only could I see ads from those brands, FB is able to use its huge database and for example target ads. For example they may see that those that like BMW and NIKE also buy sporting gear and may show me and ad for sporting goods. FB knows this. Advertisers know this. Users have no clue about all the correlations that FB can make.
3. In addition, when I search for something on Amazon, I see ads for that on FB, the same way when you search for something on GOOG, you'll see ads for that on other sites you visit.
4. "You don't see ads on the Google site". WOW. Just WOW! GO TO GOOGLE RIGHT NOW AND SEARCH FOR "FLOWERS". There are THREE ad links that show up first, up top. There are also SIX ad links that show in the right hand column. On my 13" laptop, SIX OUT OF NINE links I see on the first page (without scrolling) are ads.
FB trades down for a couple weeks after each report and usually has a pre-report run-up. Check and check. It will prob hit a new all time high around 90 before the next report. So I'm holding my core and trading the hell out of it with a little extra side money. Same old story.
All us little guys on here should work together to make money. Not against each other.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
closing at low suggested gap down in the morning, but it opened slightly up. Been range bound all day. I'm not sold on any direction now. Indication appears the down side is limited, but I think I'm on the sideline until the stock breaks out, breaks down, or settles itself in a week or so.
Why would you trade $100 calls? You rarely make money this way. Like trying to win the lottery. If you had traded ITM $80 calls a couple of days before earnings (which based on options markets was the highest call value I'd trade due to expected swing), you could have recouped most of your cost, even made a small profit, day after earnings when it spiked in the morning.
Those calls are sold for pennies for a reason, they will be worthless 99.99% of the the time.
Want to know how I made 600% gains on my last pick? Well work with the picks from Ultimate Stock Alerts (find them in Google search)
...so let's see...google gets a big jump in share price becuz of its new focus on video/u-tube...but all of the recent studies are showing...FB is gaining on u-tube and will soon surpass them as the "internet king of video"...
yea...the market makes perfect sense...(*sigh*)
wrong...and google knows this. advertisers mostly want to target "new/potential" customers...customers that may not even be in the market for...let's say...trying a new restaurant...but through a successful ad campaign may be persuaded to do something they didn't "already" plan to do. that's why TV ads are so effective. the ads make u do things u weren't already intending to do.
to your point...most people that search google...already know what they want
You need about 150k margin plus our spread margin to do that and your broker is probably require quite a bit more. If you are buying calls on a whim and selling calls to make a ratio spread through earnings with weekly's, your broker wont give you level 4 approval no matter how much money you have.