look at LC, ETSY - both went to IPO with ridiculous valuation and look at their price after IPO.
After Goldman, we get this report:
lower supply means higher future price. whoever sold the position due to Goldman's report, they need to cover the short.
They came out with report today that oil price is not going to go up or down from this price level - this is the most absurd thing that I heard. How many times have we been seen oil price staying flat for 5 years?
For me, they are trying to fix oil price range so that they can make profit on it. This is amazing how they manipulate the market.
Oil can be recreated so is gold - they are not a fiat currency or stock that can be printed whenever.
Pandora is taking shares of Siri. Buy out them while it's cheap. It's $3B market cap / 3x rev while its rev growth is over 80%!
look at all these tech companies in private market - their valuations are as high as 30x revenue while a small one will be 3-5x rev. Pandora is trading at 3x!
Pandora is a great ops for LBO fund.
well, stay there and learn once one hedge fund files a large stake on the company. as I said before, 0.5x rev for a brand retailer like Guess is a great entry point. if you do a backdata testing you will see that over 90% of chance that stocks move higher from this low valuation.
one good example, remember GMCR in 2012? it was trading at 0.7x rev and people were concerned by competition/lower margin... well, if you bought the share, you would make 300% in 3 yrs. if you were short, you would lose the same amount.
their valuations are ridiculous low less than 0.5x sales when the industry is at 1.5x.
Remember, the main financial support at "I S" is oil - as long as the price stays low, their capacity reduces substantially.
But, imagine what will happen to oil price once the battle is cleared? This is why the spread between spot and future is huge since it can end at any point in near future.
i think the world tries to keep the oil price low in short term to battle with IS.
once it's cleared, imagine what will happen to oil price?
This is one of most overvalued stock in large cap.
With other groceries like A&P, Safeway, Trader's Joe expanding organic section by working directly with producers, WholeFoods need to spend more cash in capex.
Plus, does WholeFoods sell only organics? I highly doubt it and yet, they charge so much more than other stores on same products.