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Hey guys, checking in… up $42k this month trading AOL, I get my stock alerts from flash market research) (google em). Saw an analyst recommend them on CNBC and have been using them ever since, currently long right now in my portfolio.
yahoo and aol and others have fallin into the Lib Dib trap. They control the message boards to the extent Freedom of Speech is being controlled. It was fun to see Obama on Fox News. He knows what people are watching and believing. Not a smidgen. Americans grow weary and fear what this regime is doing against World Peace. Russia not a threat to Russia a threat as the lib dib press tries to put this thug in Good Light. Unfortunately we got three more years of this thug while Americans stand in fear that this thug might get America involved in WWIII and he was suppose to get us out of wars
the article AOL (NASDAQ: AOL) has had a rough month, losing 20 percent of its valuation following earnings. Yet, despite its quarterly weakness, the company continues to thrive in programming and online videos, a space that has become highly valuable due to its explosive growth. With that said, many are anticipating a Yahoo (NASDAQ: YHOO) acquisition, but regardless, investors might want to take a long hard look at the stock, as its one key growth segment could create long-term value.
Forrester Consulting has shown how the growth of video advertising impressions through real-time bidding (RTB) marketplaces have grown in recent years. These RTBs are used to target certain consumers automatically, such as what video ad would be most effective on a specific YouTube video. In 2013, advertising impressions rose 85.6 percent to 104.1 billion, and this year, it’s expected to increase 71.5 percent to 178.5 billion. Hence, these numbers translate into a growing video ad market
DO YOU THINK ANY BODY BELEIVES THIS #$%$. IF ANY BIG MONEY DID THIS TURD WOULD NOT HAVE LOST SO MUCH. THE BUY OUT IS A SMOKE DREAM NO BIG MONEY BELIEVES IN.
Why should Yahoo! but AOL? Just look at Yahoo's history of companies purchased: ALL OF THEM HAVE CEASED TO EXIST. Yahoo! has a history of buying companies and converting them into their own uninteresting brand. They should focus on selling off their acquired companies back to their original owners and stock to what they know best, their search engines once the contract with Microsoft Bling has expired.