So in this type of situation, the Big Boys would have hedged accordingly and the market should have reacted accordingly. But instead, we see a big drop. I'm starting to think nobody knows where this market is going.
What I don't understand is the entire market knew that it was 50-50 that England would leave...but the market acts like it was a surprise.
When you disclose the fraud that means BABA was upfront with what they were doing...however, the investor needed to read the fine print.
It isn't...there's an additional half a dozen or so class actions they need to worry about because of their recent filing with SEC.
England has been undecided about this forever...the market no longer cares one way or the other. Anybody with any money is fully hedged at this point in time.
In early July Mutual Funds and Pension Funds will be buying in. Buy now and beat the bulls to the punch.
It's a simple but effective trading rule...low volume always favor the Shorts. Most Bear raids occur on low volume. Also, hardcore Bulls just sit back and wait for the right price to buy more.
First year I lost money, but in my fifth year (last year) I beat SPY. It turns out that it takes experience to both pick a maximum loss and a time period. From the beginning you are forced to think through how the entire trade will work out.
In the beginning, I was writing down this information for most of my trades. As I got better at this planning, I started to keep track of some of the information in my head. The most important parts of the trade are the maximum loss and the time period for getting out of the trade.
It's tough to do, but before you go into a trade, determine the approximate time period you will get out of the trade. Also, determine a maximum loss you are willing to take before that time period comes up. Furthermore, determine a minimum gain you are willing to sell at before the time period comes up.
Since Levi Stadium was built in Santa Clara County, property values have skyrocketed. I'd be very surprised if YHOO didn't profit from the sale of the property. At any rate, if YHOO sold this premium commercial property, I'm pretty sure that the new YHOO (YHOO non-core) will be a much leaner and meaner corporation.
Unlikely, because along with YHOO core, it will probably be necessary to sell the Yahoo trademark. However, the remaining Yahoo non-core is likely to have a new corporate name and I would think they would also have a new stock-market symbol.
Do you trust Jack Ma? If not, get out. However, I trust him. After all he was an English teacher, he's just not familiar with GAAP. BABA just needs to get their act together quickly.
It's called normal competition. Well...didn't it happen in reverse in the U.S.? When BABA listed on NYSE, didn't they invade AMZN's territory. Normal competition, nothing more.
It seems like BABA wants to follow in the footsteps of AMZN, but it would be a mistake to follow too closely. Jeff Bezos and AMZN have dominated a number of niche markets just by providing better service than their competition. However, what worked for AMZN won't necessarily work for BABA.
For one thing, most people don't think of BABA as being service oriented so for them to compete with AMZN based on a focus on service would be a mistake. It would be far too costly for them to take this route.
Possibly a better route would be to simply give the impression that if multinationals did business with BABA they would have a cost-effective method of entering the China market. Jack Ma are you listening?
MM got a sweet golden parachute deal that guarantees her lots of bucks and employment for one year after purchase.
will YHOO continue doing business. If so, what will the nature of the business be and what will be the name of the new business be.