being swallowed up by a downtrend is the Di - .
The indicator could be lagging, I guess, because of big drop.
I rescued FB today by unloading something on the same path. Septembers are no joke. The difference this year is throwing in a general market pullback. I want to be the (high school ?) kid who made 6 figures starting out with what looked like paper route savings.
thank you very much, iloved80_s.
there's still so much dirt up there, it just needs some seeds and a grow light. i need to buy an animal that eats dirt.
to start with, i was cleaning and fell off a ladder and it feels as though everything attached to anything will drop off.
secondly, today all the losers looked like keepers (the story of my life, not really, but it fit).
which brings me to differentthistimeipromise...hey, that p/e on fb has improved by the hundreds (possibly), and furthermore the p/e was discounted as a major metric...although given time, the metrics might all come together as social media, etc?, become adapted as a longterm market force. jmho. what are the other fb cracks?
This could be the best echo yet!!
"Bill Mobley, CEO of Rabbit TV parent company FreeCast says,. "Facebook is just one new place where consumers are going for video, and with this app, we hope to be one of the first major players there." "
is the Facebook overall news today. There's a conservative slant to it, a little pulling in the reins for the sake of good business practices. It's not the typical feeling that "the kids" will try anything to move onward and upward.
It's a relief to see that BB user day because that $2.00 estimate seems way up there.
Hey. Your post showed up on the last pass for the night. You do sound inspired! Gotta do something with that!
More tomorrow. GN.
Yep. The chart seems to run undecided to not too good. Being the best market move since 2011 must mean something. Or maybe it's just one big dead cat.
This quote is from IBD: "On an absolute basis, Twitter led all growth during the month, adding 3.2 million unique visitors in July, up 8% month over month, its largest absolute gain since January 2015," wrote Cowen and Co. analyst John Blackledge in a report on Wednesday.