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geoarm84 3 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 28, 2015 6:21 PM Member since: May 7, 2013
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  • Even ANGI has a better approach to monetization, yet trades at lower P/E. Look for YELP to trade down to $15 to $18 a share soon, as the growth story is done. New entrants such as Facebook and Google to reviews spells doom.

    Allowing business owners the ability to rate reviewers is the only thing I was looking to hear from YELP, as this would be a differentiated approach to weed out fake reviews and get business owners back interested in possibly paying for ads.

    YELP needs to figure out the difference amongst businesses on their platform. They treat all businesses as the local pizza right around the corner. This effect results in reviews from real people with a business relationship (posted good or bad from areas outside the market reach determined by YELP) to be filtered. Such a result, is troubling for nationwide companies, that operate beyond this predetermined reach.

    I look forward to others thoughts, I am not a owner of YELP stock and have no plan to be until they clean up their act.

  • geoarm84 geoarm84 Sep 24, 2015 2:27 PM Flag

    Currently, much of Google Earth and Google Maps high resolution-imagery is provided by DigitalGlobe. DGI still maintains nice revenue growth yoy and an ever shrinking forward p/e.

    Google may have their own set of problems not withstanding DGI (but I am confident in Googs management making it a winner), and this is icing on their cake.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • What is happening? Investors were lead to believe of all sorts of synergies that never came to fruition. Management needs to be disrupted, as growth should have occurred by now. Would it not make sense for Google to acquire the leftovers for pennies on the dollar at these levels?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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