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  • fpl1971 fpl1971 Feb 11, 2013 5:20 PM Flag

    aapl, msft, goog, amzn, samsung and more all needs to place a bid for Yahoo

    yes... common sense says that any one of the above mentioned companies need to place a bid in Yahoo ASAP. it will start in up 20s. get your shares cheap now. you dont need an insider to tell you this, they dont even know.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • You know....seconds before I saw your post I said "Samsung." I feel dumb for not thinking of it earlier...bottom line, Yahoo Channel on our T.V.'s is going to be ready. Google can have a search channel, but in terms of entertainment relationships, links, and their own media....Yahoo could be most ready. I have been holding, actually adding to, positions that can be found in my own limited message history. I hold because I'm tapped out, but not going anywhere either.

      Sentiment: Hold

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      • Yeah... I am shocked to see how clueless all these big companies are and not trying harder to court Yahoo. Yahoo's Asian assets can easily buys any take over in $35 per share range given a couple years. Yahoo core basically is giving away for free at $35 per share. Yet, the core business packed so much value for the companies listed in my topic line. I think it is a matter of time that Yahoo will get bid up. I guess all these companies are playing chicken. Apple has the most fire power to take over Yahoo and I also think if Apple is serious about Apple TV, it got to take over Yahoo so it has a foot into Samsung's operation .... however, Samsung may want Yahoo since Yahoo has so much asset in Asian already and Yahoo TV will be in Samsung TV. The biggest looser will be microsoft ... still trying to figure out why they paid close to 10 billion for Skype. Couldn't they buy Yahoo and then build something Google phone has done? won't that give MSFT an instant global user base? Instead, Skype competes with many many different platforms. Not sure if MSFT can win a bidding war against AAPL and Samsung.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

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