"The company's weaknesses can be seen in multiple areas, such as its disappointing return on equity, poor profit margins and generally high debt management risk."
After Hours High: $ 69.63 (16:40:44 PM)
After Hours Low: $ 68.51 (19:55:46 PM)
Given the fact that Facebook closed at $ 68.59 and the last " after hours trade " was $ 68.55
[ 4 cents below the close ] I'm inclined to ask , tmanofall , is this your definition of " Slammed " ?
As you can see , tmanofall , the low in the after hours session was only 8 cents below the close .
So , at what point was Facebook " Getting Slammed " after hours , tmanofall ?
You say ,
" I just think that SEC is under staffed or just needs to be informed. "
I say ,
The SEC has been handed massive fraud cases with plenty of evidence [ the
work had already been done for them ] and they still couldn't make a case .
The SEC is filled with lazy , incompetent individuals .
In fact , I would place the SEC on par with the TSA .... both useless .
The only thing that separates these two agencies is the fact that the TSA
has advertised its employment opportunities on pizza boxes , the SEC hasn't , yet .
you say ,
" You seem entrenched in your opinion and I'm standing with mine. "
I say ,
Fair enough .
Enjoy your day .
You say broken on all metrics .
Metrics quantify results , tomnehme ; Twitter does not have a
history , therefore , no way to quantify results .
As for technicals and charts .... there is no " technicals and charts " .
Technicals includes charts , they are not separate entities .
And , with regard to the business being "....too complex for users " , users don't care about Twitter's business model ,
they care about functionality .
A company's business model merely describes the way
in which a company makes money . This is not a concern
for users .
You conclude that this stock is broken now.
A logical conclusion is based on a logical premise so my question
to you is .... what is your [ logical ] premise ?
Regular Trading Session :
Prev Close: 55.05
Day's Range: 54.23 - 55.15
52wk Range: 22.67 - 55.89
After Hours :
After Hours Volume: 84,015,179
After Hours High: $ 55.24
After Hours Low: $ 54.7376
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Excerpt from optionMONSTER – 14 hours ago
(A version of this post appeared on InsideOptions Pro yesterday.)