You all act like these are well established companies with a long history of corporate earnings and strong share price support. The fact of the matter is that twtr has been a publicly listed company for 11 months and fb has been listed for 28 months. Both have been steaming ahead inside the envelope of the greatest bull run in the history of the markets. You are foolish to think these are strong stocks when they have never been tested in the waters of a bear market or even in a significant market correction for that matter. I think most of you "expert" investors have no real life experience trading in any of the bear markets and have no idea what a momentum stock is and how truly weak the "support" is for such an entity. GL when the tide turns, which BTW, may be happening sooner than you think. When it does, you will ride hope right down into the gutter and keep rationalizing how this will come back.
wrong...these companies will only grow into the valuation if growth continues and the price remains stagnant or declines. Therefore, your reasoning makes these lousy investments.
the f dictates a foreign stock, in this case, clvlf represents shares of cuv. The y represents an ADR, in this case clvly is an american depositary receipt. If you trade clvlf and profit from it, then you are required to pay duty taxes in addition to capital gains. Clvly eliminates the foreign duty tax responsibilities. There are traders who can make money doing arbitrage on the difference in price between the adr and the foreign shares, but that is more opportunistic than practical. Benjamin, I'm sorry, but your interpretation is incorrect.
wow...you have a lot to learn young man. Markets have nothing left to look forward to. The party is over for now. Twitter sees the 30's before it ever, if ever, sees 60 plus again.
i made money shorting some of the hype stocks at the end of last week...ie: tsla, twtr...but just missed the huge ride down yesterday morning on tsla, twtr and nflx...every order i had on itm puts missed by a couple dimes. Unfortunately, i was working and unable to focus. If I hit each of my orders, it would have been well over 6 figures. I've been waiting for that damn day to come and missed the ride. Hoping for a morning bounce tomorrow and then a fed letdown where they do change the language and that bs report from the Wall St Journal turns out to be wrong. I'm a realist, and when the tide turns, there's a boatload of money to be made for the nimble trader or the intermediate shorter. GL
i might buy some at $125 in a couple months. Even that is a nosebleed price, but what the heel, right?
how can any investor not be happy...but these have been some extremely heady gains in a short time on no news. The volume has been good, but not outstanding, so I'll take it with a grain of salt and hope these paper gains hold. I think it will retrace sub $3 at some point, but damn-----this has tripled in just under 2 months. I'll kick myself for not selling any, but admittedly, greed is taking over. Peace
twtr lost $2.50 per share last year...that is a $1.5 billion dollar loss. If they cut losses by 50 percent, the capital raising will last 2 years before it's burned.
it seems the tutes try to run the market on 9/11 as ahow of american strength. The manipulation shows nothing more than the corruption of the markets and American greed.
let's see here...twtr raised $24 billion on an ipo less than 10 months ago and they are already doing a capital raising for more cash? They are pathetic...twtr has a lot of followers but cannot monetize them. Over 30 percent of users are through third party links which derives zero ad revs. This is a $10 company in the best of environments. Don't worry, these prices won't last long for twtr and all the other high fliers. The bear will rear its' ugly head and people will be crying on these boards how bad mgmt is. Coming soon.
you think they didn't know a secondary was being offered and announced AH? That's a $2 per share dilution...w/ the BS upgrade, this could easily drop $4 tomorrow, but maybe they still support this perennial money loser.
toyota makes more cars in a workweek than tesla makes in a year. You are trading and/or investing on blind optimism and pure faith if you are long tesla. Don't kid yourself chump.
BTW, i believe the long awaited market selloff is beginning...TSLA is sure to go sub 200 over the next couple months imo.
coal accounts for 42 percent of the electricity generation in the United States. It is far and away the single largest form of fuel used to create electricity. You are flagrantly ignorant.
$27 billion jump because of a bigger screen?