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Vonage Holdings Corporation Message Board

  • davealesi davealesi Feb 13, 2013 10:59 AM Flag

    Where is Motley Fool ?

    Why don't they EVER write a positive article ? They find ANY reason to write something bad, but when we finally get some good results they are no where to be found ?

    I guess that shows what their TRUE intentions are.

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    • The Motley Fool is irrelevant, imo. Their reporting reminds me of Entertainment Tonight, or worse, The National Enquirer. They get their facts screwed up, and often their articles are no better than your run of the mill message board post.

      It was good to see Vonage get a spot from Forbes today, but even the Forbes writer could not put out an error free piece. He said Vonage produced adjusted earnings of 10 cents (beating analysts 6 cents estimate), when in fact Vonage produced pre-adjusted earnings of 10 cents and adjusted GAAP earnings of 6 cents which did not beat but met the 1 analyst's estimate.

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      • In my opinion only I think that motley fool is a fool's magazine. They like to target small companies and go by old data. They always give the worst opinion possible. They never target future or current events. They put out an article on rite aid saying that they can survive the last mile. This report is from 5 years ago when the company was in its worst financial state. Not saying that rite aid had better eight quarters and made a profit last quarter. Rite aid was close to the resistance 1.68. They always cried the sky is falling. I believe hey are shorting the company and losing. That is why I call it the fool's magazine

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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