What does that have to do with the ultimate valuation and outlook for FEYE: NOTHING.
You must be part of the fear and cheer crash crowd.
No. I just bought CLNE today. Funny thing about that is that Northland upgraded that one in June when the price was over $11. This is why I stated earlier today, they need to focus on educating their employees and give up on stock advising. They suc# at it.
The Ebola fear is overblown. I am more fearful of the GOP winning the Senate. It could spell death to
the progress we've made.
Odds are the reason for downward pressure on the market is caused by forced liquidations.
I feel so bad for them - NOT!
Norwest is the only firm that hates FireEye. They were also the largest institutional investor who apparently
lost a boatload of money. My theory is that they struck back to get even with the CEO by downgrading the company instead of upgrading their own skills, to avoid the errors no one else forced them to make.
Talking to yourself again, Rob? Have you noticed that money-flow actually looks pretty darn good in FireEye, especially when compared to Alibaba?
Do not as they say and you will outperform those yahoos.
Cramer was just doing his job: pumping up PANW share price long enough for his friends to exit with some nice profits.
I do believe hedge funds have confused solar and oil, the latter which should be crashing.
Green energy products (specifically solar) is growing rapidly worldwide while oil is not
needed nearly as much because of the worldwide recession. People still need to heat their
homes whether or not they have a job. I do not share the pessimists views.
NOT at all. Targets sales were significantly (adversely) impacted. So were Home
Depot's but not as bad as Target was hit.
The companies affected won't care until customers abandon them. Think Target, Home Depot...
Yes. And there is Yellen. The FED was no where to be found to prop up the markets in 1987.
They won't need to issue more shares at this time, the Chinese government has their back.