You know it's coming. It'll probably be another "take it or leave it" offer.
I'm thinking next weekend, with some rhetoric this weekend.
Earnings could make a difference if they're better than expected...or worse.
Less than an hour ago I posted a message to ydk and two minutes later you posted a message to me. Now I know you are an expert at digging out old news and reposting it, so I naturally assumed you were referring to my latest post. It doesn't matter to me if you ignore me with your coldie id and talk to me with one of your other ids.
It would help, if you insist on being the gatekeeper of all posts sent to your other id, if you were to develop and publish some sort of process. Otherwise you are just going to confuse yourself even more. Perhaps if you were to go away somewhere, far, far away, and work on that, in a year or two you can turn up again like this sad geier thread.
I'm talking to ydk. What's wrong with you? And why are you cluttering up the thread of the long-lost geier. Shoo pest. Off you go to renege on another bet. Here! Educate yourself:
His strategy is wait and hope, and wait and hope. While he's waiting and hoping, I guess this is what he's chosen as a hobby. His poor wife... having to wear hand-me-downs simply to feed his ego.
I predict that Microsoft end up buying Yahoo sooner than later. The reason is simple that MSFT is flattening on the growth in its traditional Windows market. Moreover, there is a big threat from the pervasiveness of internet. No one knows what the future of computing is 5 years from now. With all big bucks, now google has power to take advantage of explosive growth of internet. If the internet connections become faster, it is quite possible to do away with windows altogether. A common computer user could just live within the browser using the free wares. The days are not far away! Microsoft knows this and they want to grow in internet now. My bet would be that the transaction takes place before the share holder meeting...
Brainwaves from Jerry/Steve...you're a Psychic...odic Hearing voices...spirits of the dead too...Dead Deals...More invented Deals...who's buying now ? Babe, keep the laughs coming...reality doesn't work for you, does it ???
Remember, G.E.D. in the School of Hard Knocks...
Go girl Go ! ! !
From what I am hearing in Redmond there won't be another offer. They are going to let it sink and then just take it over under $30 or just a tad over. I almost bought today but thought it better to hold out until early next week. It will dip some without that offer you are talking about this weekend.
I have a feeling this week or next week. Ballmer really has to make a move now or very soon or never. Like I said once the current board got reelected, they will regain their leverages against MSFT and that will do it for Ballmer not be able to acquire YHOO which he really, really needs it to make a run against google. $33 will be gone and YHOO might ask again $37 as minimum.
Moron, how much do you like losing...keep holding the bag as it gets bigger & bigger...'til it's full of Y feces !
Down just $1.03 today & more tomorrow, idiot...who's a foolish long now, Boy ?
LMAO at your expense...punk pump it now Fool who's got your $ now ><>>> ???? LOL
I believe they will make one last "friendly" offer before the August 1st meeting. In all reality, they dont want to go through with this proxy vote but will if they must. They've now entered the last 2 weeks where they can still do a friendly deal. The fireworks have just begun. Dont be surprised to see them come back out with $31 or $32/share. As Yang has now publicly said he will take $33/share, thats the ceiling but they will come a bit lower. As there's not a whole lot of time here, expect something very public, very simple to understand to shareholders and very hard to turn down...although less than what Jerry Yang has publicy said he will agree to.
Good luck to you.
MSFT has no reason to buy Yahoo because Yahoo doesn't even own the valuable IP it is leveraging across their entire ad platform. Yang bought Blue Lithium but never bothered to notice other companies owned the patents for the technology. Yahoo is now being sued over it. A loss in the case could cripple Yahoo by not allowing them to target specific content to specific end users, the whole premise behind advertisers even ewanting to do busines with Yahoo in the first place.