they as dissatisfied by what transpired since Costolo left as some of us are, particularly with Jack because of what he's said and done since becoming interim CEO?
Yes, he did. But you have your mind made up already and I posted about it before but no need to restate because you decided they don't do this anyways
It is impossible for me to respect Dorsey today based on what he said when be basement interim CEO to what he said at the CC.
He lied or he was clueless and either are forgivable for someone at that level. If it was the later, he will have to explain himself and what he meant when he said those things the day he became interim CEO.
For now I view him as a failure for management, but maybe keep,him around for product development. What was done is repulsive.
incredible the platform is and that Twtr was just one good night sleep away from figuring it out. There also was discussion over conversations happening at Twtr on expediting the CEO news maybe next week. The original plan was for Labor Day. Maybe these announcements begin to propel Twtr stock in a way similar to what happened during the early stages of FB?
I will agree with oil demand being up. As to anything else, clearly no one has a clue, even tehr experts, and all are confounded by whats happened/is happening. There were from 4 -6 attempts to buy oil on bottoms that all fell out for new bottoms.
This time WS will want confirmation and won't be burnt on another guess. We can all speculate, but this is all we can do and scratch our heads. On a long term chart it is hard to explain why oil is still hear today w/o a global recession, global conflict, global anything other than fears, larger upplies and disinflation in commodities.
Maybe we do belong here, who the hell knows. Just very odd on a chart how harsh and continuing this decline is.
a line going straigt down. Oil is lower by half since 2009. So was oil that over priced or is demand that much less? Certainly prodiction due to shale/fracking changed the story, but by how much, really?
In 2014 GS and the other houses said oil forever between 150 - 200. Now it is under 42 on oil and 49 on brent.
The effects of lower oil is not yet producing the poitive results it should with better retail sales or improving global GDP' or better consumer confidence. It actually sems to be suggesting something worse.
Not sure how long it takes to end the carnage but it will when someone can take it no longer. I still think the conseqences oil oil this low create more damage than a benefit.
a sale order has been on this from the opening bell. TWTR was up about 10% this week and without a catlysts for another 10% move or news to support it, someone is taking their 10% profit. Hard to imagine it is from anyone who had a gain from before this week at twtr almost hit its IPO price, so people who bagged a gain ot people so affraid of twtr they are taking a smaller loss.
Either case, it's a sad, sad commentary on a company that operated itself to enrich insiders and ignore shareholders, now it comesback to bite them in the #$%$ if they even care about shareholders who made them so damn rich
7 runs at 29+ so far today and than smacked back down to lower lows each time.
The management at twtr (if that's what you want to call them) still hasn't produced a narrative for twtr even of fthe press releases of this week so the twtr games continue because twtr management hasn't addressed the primary concerns by WS and the primary drivers for SP growth.
I am leaving for 2 hours so won't see what this does for balance of day, but a closing bi around $30 would be more encouraging but won't hold my breath
agreed but the selling since and for all of today so far says something as well about twtr. Maybe there is some coordination by some to try and shake out any weak holders here, but really do not know. The SP spike this week and the vol spikes were encouraging off the news flow, but that is close to disappearing again
The vol is most notable over the past 10 - 15 minutes
Do you have any concept of what the world would look like if oil was $30? I do not want to see what that will look like or feel like. The oil collapse is already evident in stained budgets on SA and every producer nation. Here in the USA we've had significant layoffs of great jobs with better wages than what the part timers are getting who get jobs no. Cap-ex was slashed everywhere and both jobs and cap-ex are still dropping. The ripple effect of this is beginning to show up.
market cap of the oil companies is obliterated. None of this bodes well. We did better globally with higher prices (no need to be at $100 again) than this and if it dropped further, watch the heck out below.
This does not portend good things. The economies across the globe are worse or flat with oil having benn in a 2 year decline. Even with oil this low our worries for global recessions and declining GDP's are rising, not shrinking. The lower oil prices are telling you something bad and you don't want to go there.
So far to day on a one minute chart, there are numerous times clf traded less than 500 shares in one minute, and a few at 100 shares in one minute. Sellers and buyers are about equal and neither budging or no liquidity or no interest. Rather pathetic and lame. let's hope it hold this level
catalyst moves it one way or the other
This was my call from day one, that nothing would materialize from BL/CCAA and if anything did, it would be an offer like the other two coal mine sales or worse, for a cost that would not be material or beneficial to change the narrative on CLF by enough to matter in SP. I still hope something happens and it is material, because we need anything to help us
twtr. I also think they'll outline a better strategy on the news. Anyways, so far no luck on the PR and twtr pitters around near its lows.
The good news from over the weekend into Monday is starting to wane on the bump in SP off of the news. This stock needs news and momentum and stays broken until those things happen.
I would still like Noto to say he will forgo $75M of his salary and give it to the shareholders they raped over on the CC when they explained how badly they managed the company. That divi would be the right thing to do for someone so overpaid for overseeing a badly managed / run company. When they do turn twtr around he can reclaim the salary he earned.
pretty funny and true but one on one point you are wrong. they do call. I had two calls from paul and one from LG over the past 18 months