Check ALEXA stats for the last week. The traffic skyrocketed for some reason. 40%-50% YOY growth for Q1, Q2.
Good long-term bet, but don't buy yet. We're heading to $28 and possibly below. The situation with Crimea will unfold to the extreme and will affect us on Monday (not just YNDX, all stocks). Also, not intending to add more panic selling here, but just check the after-hours spread and demand:
Bid: 27.10 x 500
Ask: 29.50 x 5000
Hello fellas. Time for our next day daily prediction (haven't failed you yet). There's been lot of Russian movements in Crimea last night (their night, AKA 6 hours ago). More news will come out on Friday morning. So $28 is our next logical stop tomorrow. Oh, and DJIA will fall tomorrow as well. Stay safe, comrades.
Yes, sanctions will affect YNDX just like all Russian and US stocks. Purely on a sentiment.
Just as I mentioned yesterday, $32.50 was not the bottom. Neither is $31.80. Here is why -- the funny thing is that Crimea is holding the referendum where voters have only two choices (1) Either getting re-united with Russia (2) OR getting independence from Ukraine in accordance with the 1992 constitution.
So there is no option for the voters to continue with the Crimea as its current territorial status. It means that the referendum's outcome is predetermined bad news either way. YNDX will go $30 and have some support there. And if it breaks down below $30, then only time will tell where is the bottom... Stay safe comrades!
I have a friend in Ukraine. He just messaged me saying that they are mobilizing their troops (he just attended a one-day bootcamp training). With the upcoming sanctions against Russia, and Russia's counter-sanctions against US/EU, with Crimea's referendum and de-annexation, all this mess is going to kill YNDX. It will be NASTY, to say they least. Time will tell where YNDX will settle. Me thinks around $28-$30. Glad I exited last week.
not bottom yet, my friend. watch crimea getting de-annexed and more sanctions on russia. $30 could be the bottom, but again, depends to what extreme this crisis unfolds.
Unless something bad happens tomorrow, like massive 31M shares dump (unlikely), or Crimea bloodbath (unlikely), then anything below $41 is a steal.
LOCM users are acquired. Nobody gives a damn about LOCM unless they click on a stupid trap ad somewhere else where LOCM has to pay for it. SALE's user are loyal repeat traffic and organic flow. You should stop pumping your microcap that has no future.
LOCM Net profit margin: -7.03%
SALE Net profit margin: 15%
LOCM debt: $12M (or 30% of its market cap)
SALE debt: $41M (or 2% of its market cap)
retailmenot makes money with free traffic. while Local's traffic is mostly PAID traffic. oh, and Local is LOSING money. get your facts straight.
very weak ceo. many people who are currently in charge of retailmenot, left coup before because of the ceo's attitude. there is an article somewhere about this.
100% correct. sale is undervalued compared to coup. heck, coup hasn't been making any profit for the last 16 years.
Yep, people are scared and running away thinking they will dump 31M shares in one day. Now take a look at Facebook. Zuch had his second offering of 70M shares on Dec 20th 2013 when the stock price was $45... Now three months later and the stock price is $70+.
Executive Chairman of the Board Jay L. Schottenstein acquired 500,000 shares, paying $12.84 per share for a total amount of $6.42 million. These shares were acquired indirectly by SEI Inc.
Director Noel Joseph Spiegel acquired 5,000 shares, paying $13.21 per share for a total amount of $66,050. These shares were purchased indirectly through a trust.
who exactly acquired 500,000 shares? whats the chairman's name? cant find that info anywhere.