...it gave the edge to the Prez and could very well give H. Clinton the Presidency.
Why not take it one step further...citizens could vote on legislation directly from internet. Totally get rid of politicians.
At FB's Mobile App. Conf. in SF, Zuck said it would take approximately 10 years for virtual reality to become a reality.
I like Ms. Yellen, she has the other Fed Bank Members eating out of her hand. A worthy successor to Ben Bernanke.
The GE mb should be about GE. A 30 Billion dollar deal is about to happen and the front page of this message board doesn't even mention the deal.
I'm holding until after earnings. Remember, a couple weeks ago when FB announced their new payment app., Zuck announced it about a month prior to earnings. Well...FB will make a more important announcement prior to earnings because Zuck knows how to play the PR game.
I fully agree with you, however, I would add that the market favors the long-term cautious investor and makes it difficult for the momentum trader to break-even. It's the basic reason that Warren Buffett type investors do much better than day traders.
If you believe the above is true, then why are you investing? If your not investing, why are you posting on FB mb?
...should top their bid. It just makes a lot of sense. GOOG is FB's major competitor for online advertising dollars. FB simply cannot let GOOG buy TWTR at a discount, FB needs to bid up the price so that GOOG overpays.
It's kind of obvious isn't it. People are more likely to post information that makes them look good. Other people see the information and start to think that they do not measure up so they get depressed. What doesn't make sense is that academics will waste their time on this type of research while there are so many other significant problems in this world.
I like your thinking...but in order for consolidation to occur, there needs to be better than average volume. Where has all the volume gone?
TWTR is on a tear because FB is probably asking Dept. of Justice's Anti-trust Dept whether it is permissible to make a tender offer to TWTR. Hmmm......mobile advertising monopoly around the corner.