Yes, it is oversold by those insiders. Please stop selling when we are buying.
Look at all the price reaction after the earning, every stock makes pennies or lose monies go up in share price. Want to get rich quickly, buy those penny profit stocks before the earning, don't buy those make dollars. History repeat. We are not at the top of the curve yet. Close to! Sell after the pop!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Not yet, we will see $300 before $200. History repeats, when the market is making new highs, all those companies making pennies or losing monies will make new highs. All those making dollars will go down. Amazon and Apple are good examples.
Remember the sin and cosin we learn from high school. Right now we are close to the top curve, not at the top yet. So far, I haven't seen all the financial stations and analysts pounding on the table screaming for "buys". We will reach the top pretty soon. All the analysts want to make themselves look good. They will issue strong buy recommendation before the top and strong sell before the bottom. Remember, not at the top or at the bottom, "before!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
History repeats, when the market is making new highs, always buy those companies making pennies or losing monies. Don't buy those making dollars. You will be killed every badly. Protect yourself with the puts. History repeats, the stock market will crash, but don't know when.
No, look at the history, every time when the market is making new high, it is always the companies that make pennies or negative profit keep going up. The value companies always go down in price. Later when the bubble busted, all the analysts will come out and bs about the bubbles. History keeps repeating itself. I don't know why people just never get it. NFLX only goes up if it makes pennies or lose money. The minute NFLX makes dollars, the stock price will trade in single digits.
Only when they are making dollars in profit. As long they are still making pennies, it will only go up in price. $300 is around the corner.
Once Amzn makes over a dollar, the stock price will crush and go into single digit. It is better for Amzn to keep making pennies if you want to see the price to go above $300.00.
The shorts are bringing down any company that makes money. The only way for the price to go up is to lose money.
I believe I can buy the share under $10.00 in next three months. I will make an offer to purchase the whole company when the price is under $10.00. Anyone is with me, we make make an $100.00 offer, that's 100 times the share price when it goes under $10.00. We can close the company and split the remaining cash in the bank account. We will give the company to Samsung for free and we will still make millions on this deal.
is to make pennies like Amazon. If it reports dollars in profit like Apple, watch the price fall like crazy!! At this current market reaction, I believe I can buy Apple for under $10.00 in three months.
Be Amazon, make pennies or lose money, and miss the estimate!!!!! If any company makes dollars like Apple, the stock price will go down. One day, it will trade in a single digit.
LOL, Apple has the same growth rate, but got crush 15%. If you want the same price as AMZN, Apple got to lose money. Apple just make too much.
I sold the put with the strike price at $525 when AAPL was over $600.00. I was hoping to get the share under my strike price. I was hoping it will stay under $525.00 today too. Law of investment, buy low sell high with the fundamentally sound company. If Amazon is dropping like Apple, I won't even touch it,
Sentiment: Strong Buy
There is a symbol in the center of the exchange call FB. On the left there is a sign for "Sell" and on the right is a sign for "Buy". I can't see the end to the line to the left.
I am curious to see who are these people. I look at the name tabs and surprisingly find a lot of similarities among them, Jennifer (FB employee), Kevin (FB employee), Bill (Goldman Sachs Private Banker), Jane (Merilyn Broker House), .......etc. I don't have enough time. On the right, Jone Smith (TD Ameritrade investor), Kay (eTrade Investor),....etc.
There are three more people stand on the buyer's sideline: analyst Mad from Goldman Sachs waving the flag with word "Buy", analyst Stupid from Merilyn waving the flag with the word "undervalue", and analyst Somewhere waving the flag "price target $100".
I ask the middleman why the "sell" light in off. He told me: "we are doing an advertisement on the buyer side. We need more people to line up. We are living in the land of equality."
Oh, there are one more thing in common among them, all the car parked on the left, 2013 BMW, 2013, Mercedes, 2013 Porch, why everything is 2013? On the right, 1996 Ford, 1995 Chevrolet, 1999 GMC, why everything is pre 2000?