Everyone knows they supply LG. I didn't say they supply apple. may oled longs are speculating we'll get apple watch business. It's not a fact, it's speculation. Apple cannot do amoled without working with universal display though. that is a fact.
If this is prophecy, there's a prophet down the street from me with a sign around his neck that says "The End is near, Jesus saves"
You are probably giving me good advice, cd. I'm still in so many biotechs/oncology - got into ziop with my sgen cash. So my only regret is not selling something different to raise the capital. I have a rule about not jumping back long for the first few weeks after I sell a stock unless I can see a clear change in catalysts. Again it feels like the wrong move in my gut, given yesterday's performance, but the discipline serves me well on the whole so I stick with it. I would certainly consider getting back in to sgen even if (grudgingly) it means at higher prices from here..
youre welcome all sgen longs. i dumped all my shares recently when the chart fell apart. even at the time i felt uneasy doing it. like a slow motion car crash lol. anyway i will take the credit for rally, i just knew if i sold into weakness i would regret it. great company
I've noticed this for years with nxpi. however, recently it's been especially flagrant; nearly every day it's taken down in the morning, and then bid up as the day wears on. very strong.
I don't follow DISCB so I didn't even notice. I'm not sure whats up with that move... probably just the incredibly low liquidity with discb shares... DISCB shareholders have 10 votes per share vs. 1 vote per share with DISCA. My approach to different classes of common stock is generally to go with the higher volume shares. Sometimes I don't even vote mine anyway. I also try to be mindful of the historical spread between classes. The gap widens and narrows. The longer your trade horizon,the less this spread matters though. Ultimately you want to first consider liquidity (DISCB volume makes me avoid the b shares altogether - I mean it's not like I'm going to take over the company any time soon;) and also consider if voting rights actually matter to you.
billy, I don't know when things will turn around for nuan but chart is clearly looking a LOT better than it has in recent weeks, months... I don't put any weight in yahoo mb predictions but TA's a different story
yeah. that's why I posted again. hate it when they remove valid posts while allowing the idiots and the bots...
I've been doing some research on ToyTalk. It's not clear who powers their VR. Nuan's former CCO works for them and it's obvious they didn't write their own VR software in the company's short life.
From a website called FastCompany:
With its software resident on Amazon's S3 platform, ToyTalk is gaining valuable expertise in scaling mobile memory and storage. And while the company is staying mum about which vendor is providing its speech recognition technology, the partnership is expected to yield valuable data about the quirks of childhood speech patterns.
Clearbridge has worked with Icahn before.
search: ClearBridge Advisors Announces Plans to Support Carl Icahn's Appointment to the Motorola Board
article in Time today.
I don't know if nuance tech is involved but it likely is. Even if not, VR trend is getting harder and harder to downplay....
yahoo will never fix the finance site. they are morons. why fix the property your potential investors are using? morons.