What is the person's name, any link about the person? TIA.
I agree. yippy will be a big cloud computing company on Nasdaq pretty soon,and PPS will go up as high as the real cloud is there. GLTA.
Check out the news release today.
I can't wait next week. YIPI's available float is less than 1 million. It's gonna be a war to grab the gem.
You should keep this message on the top of this board forever, so that you don't have to make the same kind of comment repeatedly.
May I ask you where can I find the information that Yippy on the flash market research? Yahoo doesn't allow links, but you can try to tell us about it. Thanks.
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Good post. After all, we have to see the Annual report, that's all. Buy as much and stay aside would be the best strategy.IMO (you can wait to sell till 1Q, if the annual is bad.)
As for the IHUB play house, there is no real basher there. Smity rolls a crown and two bipolar disorders: Rog and Huk, join with him sometimes. Others are mostly pumpers.
They post the-copy-and-past again and again. But that is what stock massage board is. We can't complain much.
I bet, it'll be busy there from next week on, for about month.
You should joine the Ihub guys today. They are talking about buy day today for annual delay means huge news coming. I am not sure what is true, but interesting activity may happen today on the PPS action.
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TOKYO (Nikkei)--Sony Corp.'s (6758) stock price has been stuck around 2,000 yen since hitting a year-to-date high of 2,413 yen in May.
The shares had a nine-session winning streak from late-August to early-September as investors pinned their hopes on new products from the consumer electronics firm. Now they are waiting to see whether these products add to Sony's bottom line.
The company's TV business returned to the black in the April-June period for the first time in 12 quarters, indicating that earnings have begun bottoming out. At the same time, however, the company cut its sales target for TVs and other products.
On Sept. 4, Sony released a new smartphone and lens system that it hopes will be a hit. At an event held Sept. 17 by a securities firm, Sony President and CEO Kazuo Hirai said the company has created a risk-taking environment that will be good for product development.
Merrill Lynch Japan Securities Co. analyst Eiichi Katayama said Sony has entered a phase where it can develop strong new products. But one domestic institutional investor was more skeptical, saying although its new products will attract interest, it is too early to say whether they will help the company's earnings recover.
Sony's stock has more than doubled in value since the start of the year and its price-to-earnings ratio is now around 40, making the issue less attractive to bargain hunters. Whether the stock can break out of its box depends on the success of the new products it will launch in October.
(The Nikkei, Sept. 19 evening edition)
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