just about to say the same, the price swing on this stock is crazy. Netflix is pricing on sky high valuations of global growth and it depends on whether money is willing to bet this global rout is wrong, otherwise, it is insane where this stock is trading.
China is over built to the tilt, they don't need any more commodities and that is why the commodities market are trashed. There are empty cities in China waiting for buyers. Commodity prices will stay low for a long time. The US data is very misleading IMHO, part time jobs, low paying jobs, interim non-benefit paying jobs are what is creating these headline numbers that jobs are coming back. These are low quality jobs. And I find it funny that the Fed keep insisting that low energy prices are a temporary phenomenon and they've saying it for the last 6 months, and still price of oil/commodities are getting lower. So the two main triggers for Fed to raise rates simply aren't there unless they spin it to look like it is rosy out there which is not. Most of the retail stores are getting crushed, except a few places where people constantly flock to, so there are a few winners and a bunch of losers. Net net, retailers are not doing that well. Auto numbers are high because of lower gas, think people can buy a new car every year? and keep those numbers up? no way. The Fed put themselves in the box by saying how well things are and now with the market crashing, they are boxed in and reputation at risk for not doing anything. Yellen Fed doesn't have a handle on things.
all consumer good stores? like Macy, Walmart, Kohls, Michael Kors? etc ... I have the opposite confusion, how can they raise rates when the economy looks weak still - and no inflation? commodities wiped out, job openings are mainly entry level college grad type, and retail stocks getting taken to the wood shed like Apple because analyst expect lack of retail buying going forward... the only place I see that could reasonably do well is Home Depot because people have to do upgrades to their home constantly.
and not a biotech person, with little or no proven record and Valeant paying $1 billion for it? was Valeant CEO charmed by the lady??? no wonder the stock dropped afterwards. More of these buys and I have to change my opinion on the wheeling dealing of Valeant.
that is because being a short on the market constantly, he missed out big time on this one and he trying to give reason why he missed out on this one - so he says something positive. Pretty predictable.
I don't shop at WFM but from seeing some of these responses, does WFM give freebies on items that are priced wrong and caught by the consumer?
she likes value stocks, but they are value for a reason. I think she recommended coal stocks like Walter Energy when it tumbled first time claiming over done and buyout possibility. Now that entire sector is near bankrupt.
i'm long a small amount of twitter, and the question I ask is clearly not a literal question - just driving a point that this stock can't keep going down forever in a sarcastic way, which clearly just went right over you. Your reaction is idiotic. And we are probably both idiots for holding this stock, even if it is small portion in my portfolio.
only the Celgene and Receptos would know that info and they don't have to disclose a running tally publicly if that is what you are inquiring, so dont waste your time searching. Unless a big fund publicly disclose themselves what they are doing, it is unlikely you would find out the results till the end of the process.
that no one deep pocket operators can challenge them? will all big media companies just stand aside and watch Netflix cut right into them and bleed their market valuation?
I find it interesting that Webush's research and target price was ignored by Centerview (Receptos' advisor) when they evaluated the research reports as part of their due diligence on valuing Receptos stock. If anything, the filings suggest what Receptos think of themselves if they considered Webush target price as an outlier (and presumably unrealistic) and other suitors might not feel compelled to overbid if Receptos own advisor is capping the valuation that is no where near 340's. That doesn't mean another suitor won't step in, just unlikely IMHO although the December 240 call open interest is pretty high so maybe...
huh? you are saying that when a CFO leaves, then there must be problems with the company? so people moving on to better opportunities is not a good enough reason? lol...hey, if there are problems beyond the CFO with FEYE, sure I can believe that with the price reacting this way, but to say CFO leaving generally means problems with the company is ludicrous. People do change jobs even if the company is doing well.
was the CFO essentially the man running the company? don't really get this one. Usually CEO shakeup is the position that makes waves with the stock price, but CFO leaving? for better opportunity 9not like there was fraud in the company) and 6.5% drop over that? doesn't seem right, must be some other stuff going on.