Good find on GV. Didn't know they were in.
yep, same thoughts. all related to 31M shares that are going to get disposed soon. although, i don't think it's going to be an immediate dump on Monday.
How can any publicly traded company forget or ignore the earnings release that has been already past due forever? This is just one tucked up company ran by clueless penguins. Somewhat funny, if you ask me.
chilax, nobody's gonna freeze anything. and they only mentioned POSSIBLE freezing of SOME state OFFICIALS in Ukraine/Russia.
After giving it some thought, and having to make a decision between three stocks, I went long YNDX. Crimea crisis will be over soon -- US doesn't want it, Russia doesn't want it, Ukraine doesn't want it. But for a second, imagine the worst case scenario with the sanctions against Russia. Did you see the sanctions they were actually discussing? Visa restrictions and individual asset freezes. Now, how in the world is it going to affect YNDX? It won't.
Live long and prosper, comrades.
There are supposed to be sanctions in place some time this week. But not only that. Some stupid judge just banned Yandex today in Khabarovsk city. Apparently, for hatred-related search results. I'd go long at $30.
After we hit below $8, this sheet will fly down to $1 (or lower) in a matter of weeks. Oh, and if margin longs are still loaded, shorts will show no mercy to this shiitake mushroom salad.
I agree. Add Howard Stern to this equation: (1) Flying hamburgers + (2) Dotted indians + (3) A couple of Columbian programmers (their programmers staff) = $60 Billion market cap. Strong buy!
I wish I were on the side of the pumpsters around 12/13... Would have made 14M since then.
PCLN gets 15,000,000 (15 million) UNIQUE monthly visitors from the US ALONE. Well.... LIVE gets 8,000 monthly visitors (my elderly uncle can build a far better trafficked website than that). So it's not "bashing" as you suggest, I'd say its "real life".
Did anyone notice the positive in the CC? While the big stores sales decreased, the WM Express + Neighborhood Markets sales actually INCREASED by 5%+. Wow. Dollar Tree is the format store they are talking about, and DLTR is a much better, safer bet. I dedicated two full days to study the data and phone about 30 shops across the country. After all positive findings such as increased foot traffic, three cashier lanes, etc, I was surprised to find out (yesterday) that Chuck Akre increased his DLTR position by a whopping 20% at an average $54 a share. DLTR is a screaming BUY now. WMT is a... meh.. will dance around high 70s, low 80s this whole year. DLTR will outperform WMT and its peers (FDO+DG) by an order of magnitude. Mark your calendar, friends.