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hedgingmywayhome 10 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 13, 2014 9:35 AM Member since: May 11, 2007
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    Cervical Paralysis

    by hedgingmywayhome Dec 13, 2014 7:47 AM
    hedgingmywayhome hedgingmywayhome Dec 13, 2014 9:35 AM Flag

    Well said! Some may interpret my message as a bandaid. Others will be fearful. I hope for some fear in the hands of the weak as adding to my position will occur as their shares are shaken loose.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • hedgingmywayhome by hedgingmywayhome Dec 13, 2014 7:47 AM Flag

    STEM would not recently begun cervical repair if they were not making continued progress in the CNS arena. The alzheimers loan is forgiven and was a minor, very minor, part of the scientific focus of this company. In a few months STEM will be over $3 . . . biotechs with even remote successes can and do explode upward in price dramatically. This will be a great entry point once the market opens. Note their recent conference was all focused on MCD and CNS.

  • hedgingmywayhome hedgingmywayhome Nov 18, 2014 11:24 AM Flag

    With a Reverse Morris Trust .. what happens, if anything, to current yahoo shares and options. Is a new stock created? Dazed and confused . . .

  • For the fourth time I have brought this to your attention. Is no one listening? Where is the Yahoo PETS magazine? Since the 1970' s pet ownership has tripled to some 164 million. 62% of households have a pet. Would they not want a place for information, guidance, insight and social sharing? Please do something . . or perhaps I should just send a letter to the board of directors. This seems like a simple, common sense resource that should expand readership, viewers and clicks.

    Is anyone listening?

  • hedgingmywayhome by hedgingmywayhome Oct 14, 2014 10:39 AM Flag

    Why not borrow against the Alibaba holdings and buy back some 500 million shares of stock at a cost of some 20 billion dollars? Enough acquisitions for talent have occurred so now let them do something with the core business. Certainly if she cannot fix the core business, then her exit compensation with a much, much higher share price should make it worth her while. It would certainly make a few shareholders happier.

  • hedgingmywayhome by hedgingmywayhome Sep 23, 2014 10:00 AM Flag

    C & H is brewing . . . this could be a hot cup to hold in three months as it breaks out . . AGAIN . . one should consider the technical components as well.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • hedgingmywayhome by hedgingmywayhome Sep 13, 2014 6:26 AM Flag

    Bring all the animal lovers . . and that is a lot of people . . . to YAHOO.

  • hedgingmywayhome hedgingmywayhome Sep 6, 2014 10:43 AM Flag

    It must be nerve wracking playing on the short side . . . but play at your own risk. I would suggest, though, some sleep aids to get you through the next few weeks. Everyone deserves a good nights rest and your position appears you will not get any.

  • hedgingmywayhome by hedgingmywayhome Sep 5, 2014 11:11 AM Flag

    It should not go down simply due to the value as a takeover target with positive cash flow, high visibility and utility for any acquiring company wanting an internet showcase and a huge net worth increase. The price should rise with IPO valuation and then a target jumps on YHOO's back . . how much will a company pay to buy 10's of billions of dollars either on hand or sitting in stock and have the talents, energy and creativity sitting in the Yahoo vault? Those who get in now can appreciate the IPO valuation increase and then the likely takeover price increase in the near future.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • hedgingmywayhome by hedgingmywayhome Jun 25, 2014 1:37 PM Flag

    If one takes a PE of 20, very reasonable in this sector, then current core value s/b $24. The latest est. from CNBC showed Alibaba mkt cap estimated at $220B. Yahoo mkt cap on Alibaba alone would be some $46B. Yahoo Japan est at $7B . . . all together one sees 24+46+7= $77B, thus a stock price at some $75-$80 dependent upon stock buyback. EVEN if Alibaba is closer to only $150B mkt cap, then Yahoo mkt cap would be approx. $64B . . . or approx $60-70 per share. I think it is as simple as knowing for sure what Alibaba prices at, then no one can estimate anymore. The numbers will speak for themselves and unless the Alibaba IPO tanks, Yahoo has to go significantly higher. It may move upward violently as if a takeover offer was tendered . . . which is possible as well. In any event, Yahoo moves higher over the next two months rather significantly.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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