Your gut is dead wrong tax less selling is over soon and in Jan this will fly
I hold position I just cant stand ackman he is a bullshitter who works on a very fine line of the law.Just like Steve Cohen one day they will take ackman down too.
Because of OIL.It will all shake out
Avg Vol (3 month)3: 7,010,420
Avg Vol (10 day)3: 4,863,700
Shares Outstanding5: 150.42M
% Held by Insiders1: 3.04%
% Held by Institutions1: 56.00%
Shares Short (as of Nov 28, 2014)3: 17.17M
Short Ratio (as of Nov 28, 2014)3: 2.50
Short % of Float (as of Nov 28, 2014)3: 20.90%
Shares Short (prior month)3: 17.82M
That will be a fun day I am still in the money and will be adding more before year end
Soon they will all die burnt to a crisp
Its coming !!!!
FBR Capital Markets Analyst On IBM, Oracle Rumored Interest In FireEye: We Expect A Lot More Consolidation Over The Next Year In The Sector
Last update: 08/12/2014 2:20:28 pm
When asked about the Dealreporter rumor that both International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) and Oracle Corporation (NYSE: ORCL) are interested in FireEye Inc (NASDAQ: FEYE), FBR Capital Markets Senior Analyst Daniel Ives told Benzinga he expects a lot more consolidation in the sector over the next year.
He said that FireEye, among other cyber-security companies, remains attractive as potential acquisition targets.
Traditional technology companies like IBM, Oracle, SAP and others are having trouble accelerating growth, Ives explained, so they need “more fuel in the engine” in areas like cybersecurity and big data.
“I think we’re kind of going into a massive potential phase of consolidation just within a lot of these spaces as these large, traditional tech stalwarts look for growth,” he said.
On the subject about whether or not FireEye would want to be sold, Ives pointed out that CEO David DeWalt has sold other companies of his, including McAfee and Documentum.
going to be like a Friday night fish fry When IBM buys this or Oracle.....Someone is going to buy it for big bucks....
The security breach dates back to Nov. 24, when Sony Pictures employees logging on to the company’s network were greeted with an image of a skeleton and a message that said, “Hacked by #GOP.”
Sony has been working with law enforcement officials, including the FBI, to investigate the cause of the data breach and has hired security firm FireEye and its Mandiant unit to look into the incident.
The FBI released a statement following Friday’s email: ““The FBI is aware of threatening emails that have been received by some employees at Sony Pictures Entertainment. We continue to investigate this matter in order to identify the person or group responsible for the recent attack on the Sony Pictures network. Recent events underscore the persistence and maliciousness of harmful cyber criminals, and the FBI will continue to identify and apprehend those who pose a threat in cyberspace.
I through this #$%$ in the trash when I get it lawyers suck They bury lawyers deep when the die for a reason deep down in side they are all good.