CEO Tim Morse is already doing a far better job than any of Yahoo!'s 3 prior CEOs. He is facing a monumental challenge trying to turn around Yahoo!, and is faced with a difficult board. Yet, we think Yahoo! is a compelling investment at these levels. Some sort of deal for Yahoo! will happen, and even if it does not, Yahoo! is undervalued based on its assets alone. Analysts agree. Credit Suisse sees the stock at $19 and S&P rates it a strong buy with a target of $20. The Reuters average price target is currently $18.16, representing upside of 16.26% from current levels. Yahoo! is a company that is facing deep challenges, but they are challenges we think it will overcome. And we think that investors who have the patience and conviction to stick with the company will be rewarded.
sounds plausible to me. but other groups are going to weigh in...... yahoo is a worldwide brand and the big money egos know they can monetize yahoo and reap massive profits..... you know that and i know that..... groups are frothing at the mouth to take yahoo's pieces
currently, yahoo is declining the undervalued offers......... intensity ratchiting upwards....... deal or no deal,,,, yahoo longs in at 16 or below,,,will make profit.