reporting less bad earnings doesn't make pandora a good stock . . . wake up and get real
•A “less bad than expected” quarter doesn’t translate into a good quarter. Pandora lost ($0.04) per share, in contrast to analyst expectations of a loss of ($0.05) per share. Ticker symbol P hasn’t been profitable in its two-year history as a public company.
•The share price appreciation following the earnings release was driven by a short squeeze. As of Feb. 15, short interest in Pandora stood at 22.2% of the outstanding shares.
AMZN is the king of that...pandora has a great product..I listen to it every day, all day...even with the ad.s which will become profitable...but wall st is funny as you know...what the value is , is todays price...