Price target is the prior ALL TIME LOW! Anyone that bought before earnings needs to just take the loss.
You say that because you were not one of the poor saps that bought before earnings and lost a third their investment. So you come in after the stock had the worst decline in the history of the company to start on the board about buying now. OOOOHHH your brilliant...if you want to act like you are smart, call it before earnings. Don't call the obvious, anyone on the board could have done that. My guess is you posted on Linkedin last week. Duh of course it will bounce back a few percent they only have 67 million to buy back shares Mr Buffett.
You just keep asking dumb questions. You LOST! You were bragging about your buys constantly. We told you to sell, now you lost. So you want to double down? That would be stupid. Let's make a comparison. Look at the company Mark Roberts Solutions. No website, no facebook no nothing. Just owned by some ugly guy that looks like a loser. Someone that probably tried to steal clients from a previous company and then go out on his own only to see his business dry up because he makes stupid decisions. And did I mention he was ugly. You wouldn't buy that, so you shouldn't buy Monster
So you're going to double down. Some people just don't learn. Remember when you said 6 was a steal. Remember how you were hanging onto your $4.50's. I would sit this one out, you have lost enough.
MORE DOWNGRADES COMING!!!!!!!!!!!! TIIIIIMMMMMMBBBBBEEERRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I don't know where you are getting your number, but I am in the EDGAR database pulling from the 10Q for each quarter. Go to the Americas alone and you can see the decrease. Korea was not half the loss of revs. You are way off.
So when you go to the 10Q's for year. You go through the revenues. Take a look at America's, Europe and so forth, you're telling me that the half revenue decrease was due to Korea. Try adding the revs again, Korea was a minor impact.
Google Monster Layoffs. They laid of 7% of the employees this year. The rest have had their territories expanded because when someone leaves, they are not replaced. So how do you drive revenues higher with fewer people...you don't but you do have cost savings. They are about half the size they were in 2011. Also, I am not sure if you calculated the $100 million loan they took out last year that cost them $18 million and that will be repaid by the Sr Convertible Notes at the $5 strike. Also, if you have so much confidence, why don't by buy Calls instead of the stock and leverage your money.
SELL! SELL! SELL!
In 2011 their annual revs were $1 billion. Last year they were $666 Million. This has happened as the job has been getting better. BLS reported 5.6 million openings, largest since 2000. They have launched all their new products and sold people on increase bookings and the "new" Monster. Revs down 33%. How many more years do you want to see the revs decline. Also, management has always hinted that they expect revs to go up and they continue to go down. CEO leaves in 2014, CFO leaves in 2015...and you think this is a buy?