Does anybody know whether Icahn actually has any shares? It's unlikely that his hedge fund is holding many shares of FB, because we would have heard about it by now through online news sources.
Mostly I agree with you, but socialism doesn't reward lethargy, it rewards people that are committed to following the government's goals. For instance, look at China's economy.
Hillary is obviously over the Hill, but remember she ran for prez before and then stepped aside for Barack Obama. Apparently, a deal was discussed, wherein she would drop-out of the race for presidency and settle for Secretary of State. It's possible that even more was discussed. Could it be that Barack Obama will support Hill in another run for the presidency?
Probably both longs and shorts not too happy with today's trading. Maybe there will be some short-covering during the last hour of trading.
I'm a democrat and I don't trust Hillary, way smarter than Bill Clinton but also more power hungry. Can't trust a leader that will put up with Bill's affairs just so she can stay married to a President.
John Chen has a track record, he turned around Sybase. He's just making a conservative estimate.
Many people cannot afford cars, but there is no doubt that the car changed the world. Mobile apps arguably is almost as significant as the car.