damn dude you cant ...read,
Point72 Asset Management, the hedge-fund firm founded by billionaire Steven A. Cohen, has taken new stakes in BlackBerry Ltd.BB.T +0.38% and Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp.BAH -0.28%, according to a regulatory filing.
Point72 purchased 11.2 million shares of BlackBerry and 1.1 million shares of Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp.
The firm is betting on a successful turnaround of BlackBerry, which has seen its share of the global smartphone market tumble in recent years.
rumor has it they being sought by one of the big search engines, ....the three report today and tomorrow
CNBC is a publicized hedge fund, they pump who they are told too, and trash talk whom they are told too.. it is so obvious, run by Jim Cramer, , employed by anyone else, be looking for a job.....
11:36 ETFC E*TRADE: Estimate takeover value at $10-$11/Share - Fox Pitt (4.62 +0.03) -Update-
Fox Pitt notes over the last few days, there have been several media reports of a sale of E*TRADE, and mgmt cancelled their appearance at our Financial Services Conference, scheduled for later this week. The firm says a deal is something they have expected for some time, particularly since mortgage woes have increased. In an Oct. 15 note, the firm notes they estimated that ETFC shares would be worth $18 in a takeover by TD Ameritrade (AMTD), which they cited as the likely buyer of E*TRADE's brokerage ops, and its partner TD Bank Financial (TD), which they cited as the likely buyer of the bank ops. Given recent events, clearly an $18/share takeover is no longer realistic. Therefore, they now estimate AMTD's willingness to buy the brokerage ops at $10.63/share, and says TD is now unlikely to pay for the bank ops, assuming max impairment, although theyh believe it would be willing to take on the unit at a "zero-basis".