No touchdown? Wait... let's just move the end zone a few yards. There -- touchdown.
That's the kind of game they're playing at Twitter. It's corrupt. They're all fibbers.
... as opposed to this guy, who constructs language like a neanderthal.
Hey, look: a well-considered, thoughtful, sober opinion, rendered coherently and with good grammar, syntax and spelling. I have only one question: what the hell are you doing here?
Oooh. Big spender. I wonder what kind of action he could have drummed up with a roll like that. Dave and Buster's, then wings and brew at Hooters. Aw, yeah.
That's not how the market works, you little twerp. It's a war of perspectives. If I don't like Twitter, I short it. If I like it, I go long. The two sides create the dynamic tension necessary for a healthy market. I understand that you can only imagine the market as a one-way cheerleading exercise -- most retail dorks do -- but the world is more complicated than that. Read a book about economics some time.
You're a serious idiot, you know. And you've got the potty-room obsessions of a ten-year-old. Seriously embarrassing. Your parents must be so, so proud.
You know, your one-size-fits-all strategy here isn't convincing anybody, you know. "Hi, I'm Fate -- if I disagree with people, I'm going to construct the fiction that they are, one and all, the same single person using multiple aliases. Then I'm going to pound that drum for weeks on end. Never mind that the tone, style and sentence construction of all these 'aliases' are totally different; in my psychotic world, the multi-aliasing basher is capable of switching personalities at the drop of a hat, like some kind of master of disguise. Except, at other times, I assert this basher is a poor, no-hope third-worlder posting bashes for pennies."
You're seriously delusional, Fate. I can guarantee you that nobody takes you the least bit seriously.
They didn't have great earnings. They mangled GAAP just to be able to fib about a beat. Since your average retail investor doesn't know much about accounting, it reduces to soft fraud.
Well, it's pretty clear that words fail you in any case. As good words follow well-crafted thoughts, it doesn't surprise me -- or anyone, I suspect -- that you're at a loss for words.
Tell you what: form a coherent thought or two, and then try posting again. We'll all be waiting with bated breath.
Just like AOL dominated.
Social media is just a fad. Once people get tired of stalking their exes and peeking at who got fat after high school, it's done. Even Zuck tacitly acknowledges that. What does Oculus have to do with soc/mo? Nothing. He's just taking his pile of money and trying to lock up the Next Wave before the soc/mo scene evaporates. It's a smart move, but it pretty much shows his hand: the soc/mo stagnation is here. Not long before growth declines, then reverses.
You, sir, cannot read. It is public record -- stated here, in earlier posts -- that I was short from ~$62 to $32. I posted when I took off my short position (multiple put positions, multiple strikes). Then I declared that I went flat, and was looking for another short entry, which my algos would dictate. It's all there, for somebody who can actually read and interpret text. You obviously can't; you prefer to just sling lies and BS. Demonstrably so, as anybody who cares to look at my chain of posts, and then yours, can tell. I don't need to tell you you're an idiot, and a liar -- the public record makes it pretty clear.