when yelp drop some, there will be upgrade from FFF MM
pay more to short...
However, everytime when it goes down ~10%, the MM wil post a upgrade and push the price up.
I agreed LNKD should go down, wait until Tapering.....
Someone know a upgrade coming so push it up. Can't fight with MM.
TWTR also up, may be someone buy the dip.
But LNKD and YELP should go another 40% lower from here.
may be someone want to take the stop loss share.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The province said it had got the wake-up call. "We recognize that government is going to have to partner with the enterprises that are interested in developing the Ring of Fire, and we understand there will have to be collaboration on infrastructure development. We're absolutely clear on that," Premier Kathleen Wynne said Thursday. "It's about a huge opportunity."
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Iron ore prices will be higher this year and in 2014 than forecast in July as global manufacturing improves and China’s metal imports rebound, while the outlook for oil was raised on supply disruptions, the World Bank said.
Iron ore is expected to average $134 a dry metric ton this year and $135 a ton in 2014, up from a July prediction of $120 and $125, respectively, the report showed. The World Bank stuck to an outlook for iron ore prices to average $145 a ton in 2025.
China’s economy expanded 7.8 percent in the third quarter, from 7.5 percent in the second quarter, and its iron-ore imports rose to a record 74.6 million tons in September on demand for steel, customs data show. The iron-ore market is the biggest seaborne commodity traded after oil.
“Prospects for the metal market depend importantly on Chinese demand,” the World Bank wrote. “If robust supply trends continue and weaker-than-anticipated demand growth materializes, prices could follow a path considerably lower than the baseline presented in this outlook.”
The outlook for crude in 2013 was raised to $105 a barrel from a July estimate of $100.70 a barrel, while the forecast for next year was raised to $105.70 from $99.60 a barrel. The oil price is a weighted average of West Texas Intermediate, Brent and Dubai, according to the report.
“The recent uptick in oil prices reflected production declines by Libya and Iraq, a loss of 1 million barrels a day each and, less so, fears that the Syrian conflict may spread to the Gulf and cause major disruption in oil supplies,” it said.