It's done for today. If you haven't seen this pattern a million times, you haven't been trading long.
One share of AAPL bought in 2000 for $4 is now 28 shares worth $3,360.
One share of GOOG bought on its IPO date for $95 is now 2 shares worth $1,324
Put your money where your mouth is.
Ever hear of index ETFs?
They'll be down Weds because of APPL and its weighting in them. And they'll take every other tech stock with them.
If you like FB, take advantage.
I wouldn't worry too much about it, in 5 years or less, FB will be at least $500.
Whatever, assuming there's no buyout, you gotta be out of this thing before earnings. If they name a CEO before earnings and there's any pop, it's going to be sold, because that means no buyout.
And you can't wait for earnings because all their numbers are going to suck.
40 years of experience at Medtronic? She's only 51 years old.
Lasted a year at SSH. Wonder if she'll even bother putting on her resume. What a joke this co is.
If you're sick of the stock, why would you wait and get the div?
The div comes out of the share price, and you have to pay taxes on it.
You must be joking. All the TWTR sell proceeds are going into FB, duh.
By the time TWTR names the new CEO in a couple of months, FB will have made it obsolete.
TWTR will get a $.50 to $1.00 pop for a half hour or so when they name the new CEO.
But I guarantee that won't happen until after the 2Q ER in about a month. Tech companies don't even hire a developer in a month, let alone a CEO.
Peck says when the 2Q ER confirms MAUs are flat or down, even though everybody already knows they're gonna suck, the stock will sell off.
So bail now, even if you have a loss, you'll be able to buy back lower after the ER and before they name the CEO.
The last time WYNN was this low, I bought some. July of 2012. And got out too early ($160)
But the great days of Macau were mostly ahead of it then.
Now they're nothing but a fond memory.
And I will tell you what the next bad news is going to be - the clueless board will hire someone other than Adam Bain, and Bain will leave. Hello $20's
Guidance for the upcoming Q was affirmed and it's marginally in the current price. There's some small "buyout hope" premium in the price.
Earns come out at the end of July. The best thing that can happen between now and then, or the naming of a new CEO, or a deal (unlikely) is just for the board and execs to keep their mouths shut and stay off Twitter.
What makes you think Google thinks they need to be in social?
Everybody likes to say, "Oh they'll fix TWTR." Really? How come they didn't just fix Google+? Doesn't seem like they really care about social.