lol- I can't speak for graphene, but if you think 3D printing is "in vogue" now, you're an idiot.
I never heard of them until the IPO. So I downloaded the app and took a look at the wares offered.
Now- some of them looked unique and interesting- but there were more than a few all out frauds. One lady is selling a "one of a kind antique metal garden artwork". It's got ivy leaves and is about 24 inches long. Guess what? That " "one of a kind antique metal garden artwork" she's trying to get some poor sou; to spend $95 on is available at my local Wal-Mart for $14.99!
I contacted Etsy two weeks ago and never heard back. The lady is still trying to sell this thing now.
I also got 2-3 emails/day from Etsy trying to get me to buy their stuff.
So- today I deleted my Etsy app from my phone and unsubscribed to all future emai spam from them.
I have no position here- just think people investing in the stock should be aware of what's going on.
April consumer spending weak, and that's 2/3 of our economy as everyone knows. Surprised today's numbers resulted in a higher open on S&P (for a few minutes anyway).
Added more SPXS today.
5-10% of decline was due to that botch by Nasdaq- not Twitter's fault. That sucks- but stock should recover tomorrow.
Japanese supplier got it right. This is a great buying opp.
Red tomorrow when real money shows up.
Yes, I'm looking at picking up som YANG in next week. Added SPXS under $18.00 today as S&P hits all time highs. Hopefully the "sell in May and go away' mantra will work this year. Seems like a lot of people feel like market is irrational bubble here, but it can break much higher due to lack of other liquid investment options, so I'm still averaging in.
So some schoolgirls make up more FB aliases now, and the company actually brags about that. REVENUES DOWN. That's all that matters. hard to believe the PE is 70 when top line growth is declining.
Agree completely. Every time S&P rallies, I've been adding SPXS over last month. S&P looks like a triple top formed between late February and now. I can't see how it breaks to new highs with average PE 27 and majority of companies missing revenue guidance that was already lowered in many cases.