seems to me its got some more downside to go but what do I know.
On a personal note. I love Pandora. I stream music from pandora to my stereo in my backyard in the summer and indoors in the winter. Just had the "Blues Holiday" channel playing this weekend as I put up lights.
Thanks, Onion - I love Pandora too. It's the best way to find new music that I've ever found. We have it on all the time.
When I saw what happened to the stock yesterday, I thought of the old adage "invest in what you like/use" (not sure if that's an accurate quote, but I think you all get it). It seems Pandora's history, as a successful company, isn't very good. Yet users keep going up. It seems maybe a matter of time before the pendulum swings in a favorable direction relative to the cost of the music, but as you say, Onion, what do I know?
If I would have bought everything I sad "wow" to in my life I would be rich today.
When they opened the first Home Depot in my area, 1990 ish and the hardware stores were closing down and the other home centers were closing down I remember saying WOW, but I never bought HD.
When I got my first home PC in 1991 and it ran Windows...I remember saying WOW...I was in love with it.
but I never bought MSFT...(I did buy Fidelity select computers and select software and made a lot of money though)
When I got my first iphone 4-5yrs ago, I said WOW but I didnt buy AAPL.