why would they remove my posts giving Office Depot advice on how to differentiate themselves in the market place? For shorts? More likely, for Amazon and/or themselves, an online marketer! I call BS!
I should sue Yahoo for stealing my ideas. I didn't write them down because I thought they were safely published to Yahoo. Wow. They're gone but Yahoo has them. Pretty disappointing, to say the least. Office Depot could really use some of those ideas.
Something is amiss here. Why were two of my posts removed? I wrote 5 or 6 "marketing" lines, or "copy" for Office Depot....suggestions on how to emphasize their competitive advantage over online retailers...and both of the posts are GONE. #$%$ is with that? If Yahoo is going to be like that, I'll find another community to engage with on finance and stocks.
Maybe this will be a turnaround story. Stores like Office Depot need to market their main advantage over Amazon better. That is, that customers can go to a store within minutes of home and walk out with a product in hand. Today, we like to buy on the Internet, yes, but we also like to SHOP then go buy at a local store where we can have the product in hand within minutes! Yes, I enjoy that and have purchased laptops, printers, ink, paper and many other items from Office Depot due to their convenience and immediacy.
I guess we're the only ones who think this is a real company. It's not plausible and hardly possible that a real company could trade at this valuation for this long. When is the delisting? Why hasn't it been delisted yet?
I think this is still in Go mode. Nvidia is in the midst of a multi-year run due to their GPUs blossoming into and across several strong growth areas of high tech. I expect another beat with affirmed or raised guidance. I could be wrong. The company is clicking on all cylinders right now.
Nice to see NVDA getting into a console other than their own. While it won't move the needle much any time soon in terms of revenues and earnings, it could 2-3 years down the line. And along with the Shield console, it will also prove, once and for all, that Microsoft and Sony are making a mistake by cutting corners and using AMD's clearance rack materials for their systems instead of NVDA's superior chips.
curious how you accidentally bought $37 calls.... you're out of luck on this one. Thankfully, options don't cost a whole helluva lot and your losses will be limited.
Nvidia's fortunes are looking better and better. Facebook uses NVDA for its cloud and is a partner with Oculus VR. NVDA heading to $50+ as its earnings continue rise over the next few quarters. After that, who knows, this thing could really mature and become a powerhouse with no end in sight to the good times for longs. Shorts, not so much.
Good grief, for all the talk that the CEO does, you'd think he'd have a decent balance sheet. Who cares if you made $400 million if you're sitting on $30 bil in DEBT????? They'll likely implement a divvy here, but with that balance sheet, that's certainly not appealing. Can the stock go UP? Yes. For sure, it could double on fumes and hype with ease. But my strategy as an investor is to stay AWAY from debt pigs, no matter how great their goods, services and commercials are. I'll remain a consumer only.
sounds like #$%$. Is there only one "Earth temperature" or climate? In fact, the planet has numerous climates, all of which are subject to change on a moment's notice due to volcanic, oceanic and solar activity. I learned in the 7th grade that the Earth would warm up until it eventually burns up. Should I be shocked that it's warmer today than 35 years ago or that certain regions may be experiencing "record" temps?
interesting views by several analysts:
Speaking of leaving the party early. I have a tragic story to tell.
Like anyone who has traded and invested in stocks, I have made and lost a lot of money along the way. I've been at this for 20+ years and I know some of you a lot longer than that. While the big losses on junk stocks hurt, the biggest regret is having sold a stock way too soon!!! STUPIDEST thing I've ever done, by far. In 2007, after having made then lost a lot of money during the DotCom boom/bust, I was in search of a great stock to load the boat on. I was after a "$5 to $25" stock. I found a company that had recently received a huge order that would provide backlog for years to come, and was seemingly undervalued at the time. So I load the boat at $8. It immediately fell to $4s. Instead of bailing, as I had done so many times in the past, I doubled and triple down. I had built a huge position in this stock. I contacted the IR dept. to ask why the stock was getting crushed. He said he had no idea and it was uncalled for. I was cared shitless that this would be another tragic loss to $0....like every other penny stock I had ever tried to catch a flyer on.
But it began to turn around slowly, and within a few weeks was back at $8-$9....Having doubled down in the $4s, I was well into profit territory, and been burned too many times NOT taking profit, I gobbled it all up, hoping for a pullback to get back in. The pullback never happened. The stock will touch $40 this week.
Fricken' unbelievable. I had the golden ticket and let it go for a measly 40% gain or something when I could still have it and be holding a 6 or 7 bagger and counting. With the amount I poured into that, I'd be nearing retirement right now. The stock? EBS. My golden nugget that I found with hard work and diligence that I let go at the first sign of brilliance. UGH!!!!
No doubt, bigonnvda. I've been scratching my head over that for years. I guess it's always been the case....in the late '90s, it was QCOM to $1000! It doesn't make sense but you have your hyped, over-loved stocks,,,you hit the nail on the head with TSLA, AMZN, NFLX, which get valuations based on perfect execution and projected numbers 5-10 years out. What if we valued NVDA like that? Should it be at $440, based on projections of what 2024 will look like? lol