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  • prudent.investor prudent.investor Jan 31, 2013 1:25 PM Flag

    Fund managers, use your head and sell this bubble stock!

    AAPL earnings per share is 100 times larger than NFLX earnings per share. NFLX quarterly earning per share is only $0.13 last quarter, and that was a drop of 80% from last year. Even AAPL quarterly DIVIDEND is $2.65 per share. Even AAPL dividend is 20 times larger than NFLX earnings per share. Use your head. Sell this extremely overpriced bubble stock NFLX and buy a real growth stocks like AAPL.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • AAPL dividend is 20 times NFLX earnings? That probably explains why AAPL up so much today, but what is the deal with AMZN?

    • it won't go down -- shorts are getting burnt.

      BWGGAGGAGGAHHAHHAAAAAAA!!!

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Fund managers, use your head. AAPL earnings per share is 100 times larger than NFLX earnings per share. Get out of this bubble stock NFLX (pathetic 8% sales growth) and buy real growth stocks like AAPL (18% sales growth) or AMZN (21% sales growth) while the price is good. This bubble stock has no growth, no earning, heavy debts and is way overpriced.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • 39283. Is the rank of Yahoo message board on the list of sources fund managers check before buying or selling a name.

    • Fund managers, it will get harder and harder to get out of this broken bubble. Sell while the price is still good. AAPL earnings per share is 100 times larger than NFLX earnings per share. NFLX quarterly earning per share is only $0.13 last quarter, and that was a drop of 80% from last year. Even AAPL quarterly DIVIDEND is $2.65 per share. Even AAPL dividend is 20 times larger than NFLX earnings per share. Use your head. Sell this extremely overpriced bubble stock NFLX and buy a real growth stocks like AAPL.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Fund manager, the opportunity to sell at good prices is fleeing now. Act now. Both AAPL and AMZN has the real growth, but NFLX has no growth with only heavy debt and obligation coming due soon. Use your head and do real calculations. AAPL dividend is 20 times larger than NFLX earnings per share.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Use your head, fund manager. AAPL earnings per share is 100 times larger than NFLX earnings per share. NFLX quarterly earning per share is only $0.13 last quarter, and that was a drop of 80% from last year. Even AAPL quarterly DIVIDEND is $2.65 per share. Even AAPL dividend is 20 times larger than NFLX earnings per share. Use your head. Sell this extremely overpriced bubble stock NFLX and buy a real growth stocks like AAPL.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • AAPL earnings per share is 100 times larger than NFLX earnings per share. NFLX quarterly earning per share was only $0.13 last quarter, and that was a drop of 80% from last year. Even AAPL quarterly DIVIDEND is $2.65 per share. AAPL dividend is 20 times larger than NFLX earnings per share. Fund managers, please use your head. Sell this extremely overpriced bubble stock NFLX and buy a real growth stocks like AAPL. Even if you were to give Netflix 100 years, it would not be able to catch up with the lofty valuation. Not to mention AAPL growth rates are a lot higher, and AAPL has no debt while NFLX has heavy debts. It is not smart to own NFLX.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Fund managers, use your head and sell out of this bubble stock at good price.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • AAPL dividend alone is 20 times larger than NFLX earnings per share. It makes no sense to still own this broken bubble stock price. You will not have another opportunity to selll at this level.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

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