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big_saciccio 26 posts  |  Last Activity: 20 hours ago Member since: Jul 19, 2004
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    by big_saciccio Oct 7, 2015 3:29 PM
    big_saciccio big_saciccio 20 hours ago Flag

    If we're lucky and the market is happy today, FCAU has to break the $15.97 resistance then easy over $16 to $17 by next week.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Trading News by Paul Ebeling

    Ferrari SpA’s ability to sell supercars at high prices has carried over to the company’s IPO (initial public offering) on NYSE this month.
    Based on talks with potential investors, Ferrari is on track to garner the $11.2-B value that Chairman Sergio Marchionne sought. Initial requests for the stock will likely exceed the amount available by more than 10X.
    Mr. Marchionne, who is CEO of Ferrari parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (NYSE:FCAU), has insisted for months that the brand should be valued as a luxury-goods maker, such as clothiers Prada SpA or Hermes International SCA, and not as an auto manufacturer.
    Those companies trade at over 20X earnings, more than 2X the average valuation of carmakers. Ferrari is working out details of its debut on the New York Stock Exchange in mid to late October as planned. A price range has not been set yet. Preliminary talks show the 10% Ferrari stake Fiat Chrysler is putting on the market in the IPO could be valued at about EUR1-B. About 50% the full business’s expected EUR10 -B value is based on the strength of its brand, which is #1 in the World.
    Ferrari will be listed in New York under the ticker FRRI, will be fully separated from Fiat Chrysler at the beginning of next year as the London-based parent company distributes its remaining 80% to shareholders. Vice Chairman Piero Ferrari, the Son of founder Enzo Ferrari, will keep his 10% holding.
    UBS AG, Bank of America Corp.’s Merrill Lynch, Banco Santander SA, Mediobanca SpA and JPMorgan Chase & Co. are advising on the IPO. The disposal is part of Mr.Marchionne’s strategy to raise about $5-B for Fiat Chrysler to cut debt and help fund a EUR 48-B investment program that focuses on expanding the Jeep, Alfa Romeo and Maserati brands globally. The Ferrari spinoff could generate more than EUR 3-B for Fiat, including proceeds from the IPO and a cash payment exceeding EUR 2-B from the Maranello-based unit. The Agnelli family that controls Fi

    Sentiment: Buy

  • big_saciccio by big_saciccio Oct 7, 2015 3:29 PM Flag

    The record date for the FCAU/Ferrari spin-off ratio will be announce after October 12, 2015 Do not pay attention to the BS saying that last January was the cut off date.

    It seems FCAU will be closer to $16 by Friday.

    Sentiment: Buy

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    buybacks commencing

    by btownsweeps Sep 30, 2015 7:00 PM
    big_saciccio big_saciccio Oct 6, 2015 9:28 AM Flag

    Maybe one reason why insiders are buying so many shares for their own accounts.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • big_saciccio big_saciccio Sep 30, 2015 11:47 AM Flag

    I think you're mixing apples and oranges Fiat was never bankrupt. You mean the Chrysler pre-packaged bankruptcy reorganization of 1980. 35 years ago! LOL

    Sentiment: Buy

  • More than GM and Ford.
    FCAU - FIAT/CHRYSLER Group Brands
    Alfa Romeo
    Fiat Professional
    Ram Truck
    Street and Racing Technology®
    Magneti Marelli

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • big_saciccio by big_saciccio Sep 26, 2015 9:59 AM Flag

    In the last months or so YAHOO bought 28 million of their own shares @ a very good price if you ask me ;-)

    Sentiment: Buy

  • big_saciccio by big_saciccio Sep 25, 2015 10:09 AM Flag

    has and is been stampede by a huge gang of short...unless?

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    Barron's April 2, 2015 - $125 Price Target!

    by fin_prof8 Sep 13, 2015 3:56 PM
    big_saciccio big_saciccio Sep 14, 2015 11:39 AM Flag

    I don't lie like most of the crooks in here... Here is the article
    Alibaba to buy back up to $4B in shares

    Brett Molina, USA TODAY:

    Alibaba announced it will buy back up to $4 billion in shares over the next two years, part of a mixed first-quarter results report.

    The e-commerce giant reported first-quarter revenue of $3.27 billion, falling short of Wall Street estimates of $3.4 billion. The 28% increase in revenue year-over-year marks the slowest pace in growth since Alibaba became a publicly-traded company last September. During the fourth quarter, Alibaba revenue grew 45%.
    Earnings per share squeaked by forecasts, with 59 cents a share. Alibaba (BABA) shares fell 5% to $73.38, hitting an intraday low of $71.03. Meanwhile, shares of Yahoo (YHOO), which owns a stake in Alibaba that it plans to spin off this year, lost 4%.
    Since launching its IPO in September, shares have plunged from a peak of $120 in November.
    Gross merchandise volume -- or total sales -- among Chinese retail marketplaces topped $109 billion, a 34% jump from last year. Sales generated from mobile devices more than doubled, and represent 55% of their overall sales.

    "We had a strong quarter and we continued to build the foundations for future growth," said Alibaba Group CEO Daniel Zhang in a statement.
    Revenue from cloud computing jumped more than 106% compared to last year. Last month, Alibaba announced it was investing $1 billion into its cloud computing business, Aliyun, to open data centers in the Middle East, Europe and Japan.
    One of Alibaba's priorities is making "Western goods accessible to Chinese consumers," says Wedbush Securities analyst Gil Luria. The company announced Macy's will launch an online flagship store in China through its Tmall shopping service.
    The company is also planning a major international expansion. It hired Goldman Sachs executive Michael Evans as its president, tasking him with creating plans to broaden its business beyond China

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    Barron's April 2, 2015 - $125 Price Target!

    by fin_prof8 Sep 13, 2015 3:56 PM
    big_saciccio big_saciccio Sep 14, 2015 8:37 AM Flag

    So, BABA will be buying back $4B worth of their own shares, much lower than the original IPO. I think this is a heck of deal if you ask me. Hold on and don't panic because the people the paid bad mouth bloggers are at work for the short community. BABA from 58m short previous month now now 75m short that is the way the market works when corruption is obvious and the SEC is asleep.

  • will always be a fool. The pros on Wall Street knows do way you will react, they got you buy the balls! Long When you have good stocks long term is the answer.

  • big_saciccio big_saciccio Aug 24, 2015 11:51 AM Flag

    ALIBABA is buying $4billions worth of share up to $75.00 although they rather buy at the going price and cheaper.

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    by baby_got_new_shoe Aug 1, 2015 8:49 AM
    big_saciccio big_saciccio Aug 24, 2015 9:41 AM Flag

    If you have proof that she's a scammer and a fraud as you said, maybe you should start a class action lawsuit ;-)

  • big_saciccio by big_saciccio Aug 19, 2015 1:39 PM Flag

    Even if it goes down a bit more...YAHOO is way undervalued! Don't miss at the chance of making at least 25% to 35% on the upside by the end of September. Margin calls are in effect and the big players are well aware of it. Don't be a fool!

    Sentiment: Buy

  • big_saciccio big_saciccio Aug 12, 2015 10:28 AM Flag

    for general information: the NASDAQ volume is measured on a buy and sale, in few words if you sell 100 shares and someone buys your 100 share it is counted as 200 shares trade.
    So, when you see any volume like the 16m shares, the actual share amount is 8 millions.(A buy plus a sale)

  • Investors shouldn't expect China's stock market volatility to have much effect on Alibaba's growth, says Wedbush Securities Managing Director Gil Luria.
    China's struggling economy is a chief theme to watch when Alibaba reports before Wednesday's market open.
    "The commentary on the impact of the Chinese economy and stock market—those words will be parsed even more finely than Fed speak," Luria said.He's also watching the gross merchandise volume coming from Alibaba's online mall, Tmall. The Street is looking for it to be higher than 60 percent.
    Luria, who has a "buy" rating on the stock and a $115 price target going into earnings, is paying close attention to Alibaba's number of click-throughs, known as "take rate."
    He believes the stock will move higher on the report, which comes just a couple of days after Alibaba said it would invest $4.5 billion in Chinese electronics retailer Suning Commerce Group. The new investment makes Alibaba the second largest shareholder in the company.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    I wish i had the money...

    by hiiamlong Aug 11, 2015 2:17 PM
    big_saciccio big_saciccio Aug 11, 2015 2:38 PM Flag

    retail investors don't sell because they want to...they have to sell because of margin calls.

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    No surprise - The disappointments continue

    by steiking1040 Aug 7, 2015 8:24 AM
    big_saciccio big_saciccio Aug 7, 2015 11:36 AM Flag

    One reason to why I sold out few months ago...was when I checked the insiders selling on yahoo link at the left. There are selling blocks of 250K shares continuously and still doing it at any price. They are the only millionaires here. Check it out!

  • Hedge fund manager Bill Hackman got Whipped over Herbalife
    He shorted $1 billion worth of HLF stock at an average of $44 per share, now HLF is @ $58.87 Up 9.77(19.90%) YAHOO shorts will get their turn soon or later ;-)

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • "Fiat Chrysler CEO said all of the "pre-production" work has been completed for an Alfa Romeo SUV that will go into production by the middle of next year.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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