FWIW worth to you and despite our difference's of opinions I'm in your corner on this one and actually gave you a thumbs up. I'm a former Marine, state strong opinions whether behind a keyboard or in person.
I just don't understand the entirety of this movement to 'kill cops' and 'black lives matter'. Thought after the 60's racial riots this was behind us. Pray for those families.
To each his own when it come to investing. While I sold my entire position in BAC kept entire position in the preferred BAC.E, just like the yield for part of my retirement income.
Despite the trend of negativity I'm bullish on TWTR and added to my position as their not going away. Around 6.5B in total assets and 1.4B liability's. Global exposure! And Jack Dorsey is back. Just as LINKD was bought out by Miscrosoft recently, feel strongly the same will happen with TWTR, likely suitors AAPL or GOOG.
Used the remainder of my BAC fund and bought ADPT. They keep raising revenue guidance and are opening many more centers as the revenues streams in look for this stock to rise over the next few years.
I recently sold my entire position of BAC. The redheaded step child is not only being ignored but questioned by the markets. Reason is negative interest rates. Both Germany & Japan have negative interest rates and both countries clamored it couldn't happen....but it did.
Can it happen in the US? I don't know, but certainly possible when the new growth rate is a paltry 1-2% annually. Brian Moynihan is superb CEO, however if the possibility of negative rates hit the US it's damn hard to make money with a bank of that porportions.
Good Luck with it!
Because they've yet to earn it!
BTW, could care less about what you think of my intelligence nor anyone else on this board. Seems there's a few who always revert to that, on this board, as they think their smarter.
Read reports! Time to produce shareholder increases in equity!
Oh well, so be it! It's time for COYN to produce a profit is the bottom line. It's all in the reports FWIW!
Yes, correct, the Compensation Committee approved the elaborate salary increases to the "Fab 4". Stating that the 2 cofounders had not received their entire salaries....I find interesting, moon! Are you an insider stating you know what their full salaries should have been?? If Coyn is delisted you think the 4 will hand back those funds? Let me answer that 4 you. NO!
10-K/A form on 12/29/2015.
Correct! Fully support making the country safer. Can you than explain why gov't agencies couldn't have done this as well? Why do the 'Fab 4' get huge salary increases off the backs of shareholder funding & huge stock losses??
Find your comments funny & doubt most of it, especially 100+% gains YoY. You really made those type of returns for 3 yrs, whats a little 40%- 60% loss?
True! However smart phones are in much higher demand for upgrades. There's better products and features at a lower price than what FIT offers. You missed my entire point.
Perhaps. As I stated here last week I'm highly concerned over my investment of FIT due to competition, lower prices from competitors, and people loosing interest of these type of products overall. An individual who wants one only needs to buy one. Their done!
Will hold through earnings, but not committing more funds to the stock.
50-50 chance for me. Depends when I get back from Atlanta. Certainly would like to find out who makes up this "Compensation Committee" that approved the outlandish salary compensation to Woessner, Wilson, Rapp & Chaney.
Well stated, bdrn99! Only thing I would add is TWTR's huge user database that GOOG or FB would like to have access too.
Soros, well he certainly called it correct for the 2009 financial collapse. He's been calling for the China collapse since 2013 and his prediction of the UK devaluing the pound hasn't played out, probably costs him millions.
Not a Soros fan, Would rather listen to Buffet as I think he's more straight forward where Soro's is always toying with his predictions harder in order to capitalize. I rate him as the #1 billionaire hedge fund manager in the way he operates.
You asked, so that's my thoughts.
Never fall in love with a stock as No one stock carries a buyer's warranty. While I like FIT and own it I'm highly concerned about competition and lower pricing, Fit's inaccuracy lawsuit and people loosing interest in these type of products overall. FIT may on a very rocky road.
FITBIT is by no way the Kleenex of digital health, IMHO.
One tidbit I always tell young first time investors (speaking from 35 yrs. of investing) Is that markest will always have pullbacks, corrections and dips, however in the same token the Market DJIA always, always makes a new high in time.
Just hope your right or the shoe could possibly on the other foot. Does Rosie O'Donnell favor you? LOL
Seriously, I'm waiting for some better news before adding more. Just think there's many headwinds facing FIT. As in competition, lower pricing by competition and possibly just a slow or lower demand for products overall. People only need to buy one so I'm very cautious at this point.