It's down 3% right now. Terrible reaction by the market. I don't understand it.
Why the drop over the last 3 days, since the year highs? Is it utilities in general? AEP had a great QTR, and reaffirmed 2014 guidance, so I don't get it.
Anyone have a clue why this has been sinking all week? I can't find any news, no downgrades, no nothing. It's dropped from $15.83 to where it is right now at $13.71 literally in 5 days. A total breakdown after a nice push to the upside. Something must be going on, but I can't find anything. Anyone else?
I don't understand how a company can just put out a damaging claim like this, without even first meeting with or talking to the company to request that they first respond to what your research says. MW claims its research shows that NQ is a fraud, but yet, MW never reached out to NQ for any sort of reaction or response to their research before MW made it public. So MW releases this information, NQ is blindsided, the stock tanks, and MW collects a truckload of profit from their short position. Meanwhile, MW goes on Twitter and attacks NQ in a really petty, unprofessional fashion. For a company that's supposed to be reputable, going on Twitter and trashing NQ was very disreputable, and puzzling. To me, this is very suspect of MW. I would question their tactics and motivations here (other than to make money of course). So what if there's an investigation and the MW report turns out to be false, or incomplete? Then what? The company and the stock have already taken a big hit. I think before you make a report like this public, knowing how detrimental it could be to the person or company in the report, you should at least, make an attempt to make sure you have their full story as well as yours, and then if it's not satisfactory, you publish your report, along with their response to it. It's called being fair and balanced. I don't even own the stock. But I've been following this story and trying to make sense of it. I do own a couple of other Chinese companies, and this NQ situation is bringing the entire Chinese sector down, because investors are starting to worry that other Chinese companies may be targeted.
Activision also issued its preliminary second-quarter results before market open, forecasting GAAP revenue of approximately $1.05 billion. Excluding items, the company expects revenue of approximately $608 million and earnings of 8 cents a share. Analysts surveyed by Yahoo! Finance are looking for sales of $601.1 million and earnings of 5 cents a share.
On a GAAP basis, Activision also raised its full-year 2013 revenue and earnings outlook to $4.31 billion and 77 cents a share, from $4.22 billion and 73 cents a share. Excluding items, the company affirmed its full-year outlook of $4.25 billion and 82 cents a share.
A sudden big dip in the last couple of days. My only guess is that someone (or some people) are driving the stock price down ahead of next week's earnings, to get in cheap. That plus high short interest. Of course it happens the day after I jump in. What do you guys think?
We'll see how long this holds up the stock. What I'm having a hard time doing is understanding what the company is actually worth in terms of its stock. It doesn't seem to have any analyst following it closely, so how do you value the company to come up with a fair stock price?
I'm a holder, but damn, it just won't move above that $3.40 figure. I guess we're all hanging on for some news to push it in either direction, or the next earnings report. But something's gotta give here.
ETrade did the same to me. Although not as much as Ameritrade cost you. I set sell order well below bid price, several times on this stock yesterday, and each time, they wouldn't execute. Had to keep changing my order, each time dropping my ask price even lower. Finally was filled, but only after losing $10,000. Still made money, but could've made double.
I'm no basher. But as someone looking to get in at some point, what's the case for getting in at these levels? This is one expensive stock, looking at its P/E figure. And the fact that they aren't telling how well their original shows are doing is a bit of a concern. They're investing a lot of money in these new original shows and I'm wondering when we'll know whether those investments are paying off. Also, are new subscribers sticking to the service? If I'm an "Arrested Development" fan, who signs up to watch season 4 on Netflix, what reason do I have to stick around after I binge-watch the entire season in a couple of days? I could just sign up for one month, watch, and then cancel, since Netflix doesn't do long-term contracts. Also, I always hear about how many new subscribers they're getting every month, but never really hear about how many they are losing each month. It's a wash if they're gaining 3 million new subscribers but losing 3 million old ones. I keep hearing comparisons to HBO, but HBO is owned by Time Warner, a larger company. Netflix is a standalone. A proper comparison would be to say, if HBO was a standalone company, and not owned by Time Warner, what would its value be? I'm just looking for answers to help decide. Thanks!
3 months away from being delisted and they don't seem to be even remotely interested in driving their stock price up above $1. I'm in the hole on this one, but I think I might be taking my losses and getting out of it, especially with the 55 cent trade that just went through.
What's going on? No news, no nothing. Not that I'm complaining, because I've been holding this thing since 2008, and up nicely right now. But this is too much too fast. Makes me very nervous. Didn't think we'd see these numbers until later this year. Still holding though.
Nice uptick today, pushing over .74, on a little higher than expected volume, on really no news. Hope it's the start of a push to the upside over the next several days.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Missed this run-up. Starting watching this a week ago, and have been hoping for a pullback especially after this huge runup since earnings, but no pullback yet. Seems like buyers really want in, plus volume is low.
CEOs on CNBC in a few minutes to talk business growth!!
Will FMCC come back to normal trading and out of delisting? Not immediately, but won't that be the next step sometime in the near future, and what would it take to get there? And what could that mean for the stock? Thanks!
Disappointing Earnings. Guess we're going down tomorrow.
I don't see any news, except the downgrade from The Street. So, if anything, it should be trading a bit lower. Something coming up later today we don't know about??