Likewise, I don't get the price stagnation of GLW, when it is indeed a company that should be $30 by now. This market needs their brains examined.
Funny how a nasty jerkoff like you labels those who can see what you are blind to. Typical "Americans" (use a capital letter, you English failure)? This has nothing to do with instant gratiication or intellect, and since you have none of the latter, your comments are material for the trashbin.
Is this a joke? Do you really think anyone believe this nonsense?
Hate the brat who brought it to this point and his boundless arrogance. The way he has chosen to run this company has brought it to this point. Yes, it may still be successful, but the bloom on the petals seems to be wilting, and he has no one but himself to blame. But that will NEVER happen. He thinks he is the guru of the century.
What? Are you crazy? I wish to God that I had sold this useless garbage before it reported. I wish I had then sold it when it was still in the 84's those 15 minutes I could have still gotten after reporting, before it plunged. The biggest mistake I made was being so exhausted that I missed it going up to the mid $85's at 10am on Thursday, only to be followed by a continual and relentless drop. And, having tragically missed that golden opportunity, I wish I had shorted as much as I could buy of this stock these last two days, and waited until it finds a level of support (and who knows where that may be).
If you are expecting a stock that has plunged all day long on Friday. and closed at 81.53 and as I write this at 6:44 pm, it is at 81.44 and the volume is still very large, 30M, thankfully not the 70M is was yesterday - if you are expecting 85 on Monday, you need a huge reality check.
For being one of the boutique stocks that supposedly everyone wants, this has responded terribly, not due to the small revenue miss, but to the huge amount of money Zuckerberg is spending like a drunken sailor. This man is detestable, and what he has done with his wasteful, wanton spending is the real reason the stock is now being dumped like mad.
Only institutional trades have more than two decimals opints. Hence, these were a couple of 106.299 institutional trades. They don't even make sense, as they can't be from market hours, unless the market maker kept them back until reporting them at the time you see them. Only if our high today (which was 105.75) was at least 106.299, it would be clear these are late reportings. Seeing that no one traded in AH anywhere near that amount (last trade I saw a few minutes ago, was 15.21, it makes no sense that if regular traders were willing to pay 105.30, the Asks would have gone up to that amount or higher.
Don't post false information. Any trades afterhours are limited to two decimal points, in other words full cents only. Whenever you see 3 or 4 decimal points (you saw 106.299), these are late reportings by market makers of institutional trades done during market hours.
I was surprised that the very slight revenue miss would drop this. But, I agree, like YHOO,
FB is a beloved, groupie stock, so it will recuperate.
Good news, but look at the price action! Down 2% more, to add to down close to 3% yesterday.
It is in the news, but what is it doing for the stock? It has dropped again, now down to high 23's. I should have sold all of mine when DGLY reported, and I could have sold for 26 a share.
Who'se giving the negative downthumbs on this? Shorts? More police depts. buying this; the more it goes up. That's what we want, isn't it?
After reading this board, there is every viewpoint from a stock underpriced and ready to explode, to an overpriced stock that has produced nothing of any value with safety concerns. So, what is one to believe?
jridley, I LOVE IT! Wish it could come reality. He'd get his just desserts like he deserves.
Do you see them selling? NO. And most of the names you list are pretty smart cookies. They know that SO will spring back up. Wait until the hot southern summer comes, which SO serves mainly.