This week is the time for GTAT to shine. Any hint of the sapphire glass for iPhone 6 with AAPL's earnings call would send us soaring. GTAT's earnings follows in a couple of weeks which could be very exciting with potential for upside guidance!
Sorry but T has inferior product to VZ. Only reason why T is up so much in past few days is because of the "safety" it has for hedge funds who rolled out of the high flyers. So when it's time to get back into the momentum stocks, T will go back to where it was a month ago. The next 10% is to the downside. But hey, if you stick it out for a whole year, you'll get half of that back in dividends!
Can't believe this stock is still up 10% from recent lows! There are far better places for your money to work, Warren are you listening?
Ironically, GTAT is way undervalued even without Sapphire! Even if they folded that business tomorrow, their solar equipment technology and back-log should support a much higher value than $16 ps. The Sapphire and AAPL contract is just icing on the cake. This is a point which will be driven home at the next earnings call IMO. This company is probably the deal of this decade.
By the number of negative posts on this Board, it feels like we're approaching at least a short-term bottom. That plus SINA's $500M buy-back announced today - which when you think about it is pretty huge compared to market cap - it's the equivalent of AAPL announcing a $100B buy-back!!!!!
Not likely. Selling has dried up - at least short term - based on the fact that IMPV was actually up on a horrible tape on Friday. Most likely there will be a dead cat bounce fueled by the shorts covering.
Well, usually the analysts would come out of the woodwork and downgrade here!!! Usually the ones who upgraded at $60+. Figure that one!! At least this time a couple of analysts stuck their heads out and upgraded after such a humongous 60%+ fall.
ABBV has fallen hard and fast in the past week. Now's the time to show your cohones and load up. This market is now being manipulated by HFTs and short-time shorts. They have to cover. HFT will push up the price fast once it starts to move back up. In a few weeks, ABBV will be way over $50. Then, people will be asking how could we not have bought at $46?? Well, its here and now. Show conviction and you shall be rewarded. If you listen to the momo short traders and doom and gloomers on CNBC, they will steal your opportunity. Just sayin...
OK guys, we all have to look at the positive of the recent events, the senate letter questioning the pricing, the ensuing massive selloff and the perfect storm of the overall sell off of the growth stocks. This has to be viewed as a dream of an opportunity. If six months ago someone told you that GILD can be picked up in the mid 60s you'd laugh. Now we have that opportunity. Don't listen to all the doom and gloomers who crawl out of the CNBC woodwork whenever we have a big sell off. Buy smart. Buy great companies with growth, amazing products and management and that are cheap. That's GILD!!! The technicals are also point up. We held in green in the face of a weak tape on Friday. When (not if) the selling stops, you can bet that GILD will be back to $75 in days. Here it is for you in the mid $60s. Do you have the CONVICTION?
Absolutely true! I guess insurance lobby doesn't care about toys for the rich, only about reducing their immediate pay-out to save lives.
OK Mr know-it-all, and can you enlighten me how the market works? Does it look at present or future? And why would other similar growth companies be valued 2 to 3 times higher than CELG? I can give you a long list but I'm sure as an informed trader, you have done your DD and know many examples of high-flyers trading at much higher valuations compared to "today's" earnings.
Some idiot ANALyst downgraded SINA today. That's laughable. How can they do this with a straight face?? After SINA loses 40% of its value, downgrade now?? I guess this is yet another classic example of downgrading at the bottom. This is the BUY signal I was waiting for. Thank you.
The insurance companies are no doubt lobbying hard to reduce the price of the wonder-drugs. But, ultimately it's up to the drug companies to do so. If the companies decide not to stop producing and selling the drugs, the insurance companies would have a much bigger disaster on their hands in dealing with the effects of non-treatment. In this game of chicken, drug companies have the upper hand. After the political smoke clears, CELG and GILD will be back to where they were and their drugs will be sold at whatever price they deem appropriate...
Growing at 25%, with a PE under 20 and a massive pipeline of new drugs, can someone tell me intelligently why this stock is still 16% lower than it's recent highs? How long can the big boys keep this thing down?
This is one of the cheapest stocks in S&P 500. If they split the stock then another wave of retail buyers will come in. Either way, this baby was thrown out with the bath water. Time to heal...
It is safe to say that between ABBV, GILD and BMY, someone will make a ton of money due to the HCV demand. Yet, all three were down big today, hence the lack of logic in the sell-off. Once again, HFT's are front-running the selling and congress or SEC has to do something about this. Read Flash Boys to get a flavor of the scam going on.