Once the massive build out and business expansion is done, Amazon will suddenly surprise to the upside big time and all analysts will adjust their forecasts. But, by then, Amazon would be $500+ stock.
How is that going to fix US budget deficit and national debt problems? US is going to continue to post budget deficits as far as the eye can see. So, national debt is going to continue to rise. Where is the fix? According to many economists, it is IMPOSSIBLE to pay off US debt. It will balloon to unsurmountable highs in the next decade. So, what are these lawmakers bickering about?
If that is the case, create a truth box on CNBC and put him in there. David Faber does not belong to early morning anchoring on CNBC because viewers need solid technical intellectual information; not some general talk. David Faber is useless.
I have been observing him for a long time. He hardly has anything to contribute to the content. He doesn't sound intellectual at all. He fumbles and murmurs all the time, particularly when technical data is involved. Bunch of incompetent people at CNBC.
When the non-voting class C shares are listed for trading, will GOOG's price be cut in half like after any other stock split? I believe that is what will happen; otherwise, any class C stock will be like a cash dividend based on its opening price.
Going forward, Google Employees will be awarded only class C stock I believe. How will that stock's price correlate with GOOG on the trading exchange?
Gambling revenue growth is accelerating in China and US owing to improving economic conditions. That should put WYNN back where it belonged: $150 short term.
PCLN makes $10+ moves in one minute. So, I wouldn't be surprised if PCLN opens at $635+ tomorrow and goes to $645+. Today's AH price is already ~$630.
PCLN won't stop until it hits $700 which may happen in the next 3 weeks if markets cooperate.