Could you imagine if a company like Cisco bough Infinera? Or if Microsoft bought them?
I love the idea, and what it would do to the shorts, but imagine4 is probably right
When one buys one of there systems it is a long term win for Infinera as it does lead to more equipment purchases over time. The number and frequency of recent announcements are all good signs for this year and next. Short term guidance is necessary for a quick pop but those who bought for the long term are getting exactly what they need.
Pretty sure amd is not in the rift, but their gpu's will work with the rift. Unfortunately, rollout isn't going very fast. If you try to order from the rift website you'll find that it says "July". If you try to order from the vive website you'll see that is says "May" and if you look for info on the playstation you'll find that it's been delayed until the final quarter of the year. Even if things step up in the next few months you'll find that early adopters are paying big bucks to get hardware and vr headset so most families will probable choose to wait for the playstation.
vr may end up helping amd but not for awhile and amd really needs the funds asap
you're right, if they did a 4 for 1 split it would probably start the day at $12
this is like a baby Chipotle... once it's in the hundreds there will be growing pains
Saw that, and they averaged around $38...
Not sure if it was that good of timing as it's now close to $40
Always strange to see it go from zero buyers and zero sellers for several minutes to many trades per second.
It looks like a seller has stepped up and there are buyers to meet her.
Not a lot of buying... not a lot of selling... is this over bought or over sold?
Time will tell
Regardless, if the shorts didn't cover below $30 they were foolish looking for more
The thing about many Disney films is they add to the parks, they add to merchandise sales and they build new revenue streams for the future. A 'great' slate of films can turn into billions in the long run. Only savvy investors are looking that far ahead. The rest are here fighting with foolish shorts.
Shorts have been squeezed and many have seen margin calls. Of course, it is better for them to suffer now then later when prices are much much higher. This reminds me of a very early Chipotle; the long term could be a thing of glory.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Yep, it is definitely early in what should be a long run. The same may be true for Zoe's Kitchen; another good concept that is just starting to grown.
It looks like Cowen likes it enough to increase its rating to Outperform which is their equivalent of a Strong Buy. I'm guessing they did a number of channel checks before upgrading and realized that the Habit is doing pretty darn good right now. This is fairly positive; especially since there are too many short here. One strong earnings report in the current market and we're off to the races.
4Q15 EPS estimates
Analysts are expecting Shake Shack’s (SHAK) EPS for 4Q15 to be $0.07, compared to 4Q14 EPS of -$0.01. That’s an increase of 800%. We believe analysts may have increased their EPS expectations for 4Q15 due to an increase in revenue led by unit growth and expanded EBITDA margins from an increase in same-store sales growth. In the above graph, you can see that the company has beaten analysts’ expectations in four quarters. When that happened, SHAK shares tended to rise...
Outlook for 2016
Analysts are expecting Shake Shack’s EPS for the first three quarters of 2016 to be $0.32. That’s a growth of 300% from the first three quarters of 2014 with EPS of $0.08. The increase can be attributed to an increase in expected revenues and expanded EBITDA margins.
And when is the next Star Wars?
Will they be adding more Star Wars themed merchandise and rides to the parks?
Any idea when and where the next park will open?
Thanks for any help you can give '-)
Baby steps... Quote: French media and music group Vivendi said on Thursday (today) that its supervisory board approved a tender offer for the shares of Gameloft at 6 euros a share as it aims to expand into the video games business. end-quote
Recall that each share of glofy is equally to four shares of gft (paris) hence the offer is really for 24 euros relative to this equity and that equates to about $26.65 per share at current exchange rates.
IMHO, this is headed to a bidding war between Vivendi, the Guillemot brothers and anyone else who has ever considered taking ownership of Gameloft. Todays price of $25.90 is looking pretty good and pretty safe as a long term bet on the future.
Good luck to all shareholders!
2016 may finally be the year that many of us break even.
For me it will take roughly $32 per share USD as I started buying a long time ago...