What goes around comes around. Betcha that whatever you sell on ebay will come back to haunt you on yahoo.
for reading something on the board about Bill Murray on a day like today. . .
grateful for not acting on adventurous thoughts of diversification last week.
grateful for the FB beta that makes me want to pull my hair out much of the time, but keeps it from falling apart.
I'm not saying that FB is a strong buy or even a buy at this time of year. And I know very little about Zacks. However Zacks didn't think FB was investment worthy until LAST year. So they missed the the big run and didn't get positive on FB until the run was over.
seems to have eliminated price objectives from all charts. Is that a clue the market in general has no clue? Or maybe the price objective is now reserved for subscribers.
Customer reps will argue pie charts are more favorable to the trader on margin when the pie is smaller and the trader owns a bigger portion of the pie. Absolutely not in the traders best interest!! I told him that bigger slices was not the better option. Do not reduce a portfolio to a smaller pie unless necessary. These guys are not thinking growth potential for the trader/customer. They are thinking that the conversation is being taped and they need to sell trades or something.
FB is like the seedling that came up in the middle of my garden last year. No matter what, the thing just keeps getting bigger because that is the nature of trees. If it doesn't flower or something else fantastic, it will probably get recycled. FB looks ready to sprout some wings. For the last year I've been producing around FB while it develops a base. This waiting is a pain in the neck. And most of the fascination with the BoD has been shrinking as they try to be the most clever weasel on the street.