Yelp is SOOOO desperate for revenue that they will blackmail companies into paying them or they will unleash their army of bad reviewers on them which will crush the company because EVERYBODY sees these reviews on YELP which is DESPERATE for money, not TOOO contradictory.
This is a triple levered etf. It could be back to 3.50 on Friday with a way better than expected number on Thursday.
I guess the point that I'm making is that it's not going to be a slow climb up to 3.50. It will gyrate up and down in violent swings every Thurday until we 2 or so consecutive better than expected inventory numbers.
When I'm looking for nice restaurant, why would I want to WADE through pages of bad reviews in order to get the good restaurants? Just give me the good ones FIRST, and I don't even need to see the bad ones. It makes NO SENSE for YELP to highlight the bad reviews. Those are the ones that should be at the bottom.
Yesterday, I put the last $200 to my name into TSLA. I'm now flat broke, and my wife is leaving me.
I don't think it's desperation just easy low hanging fruit that's not going to move the needle that much. Katie Perry is a big deal I think.
I don't care if they have automated or human reviewers. If they need the money because NOBODY uses their site/apps then why does it matter if they give a bad review? NOBODY USES THEIR SITE.
And anyways, I know this might sound like no difference, but people want to read reviews to FIND GOOD places not to avoid bad ones. Why would you go to a site that did nothing but BASH restaurants & doctors? Sure, you want an honest assessment, but do you have to weed through pages of bad reviews to find the 1 good review? I'd spend my time on the site with the GOOD REVIEWS. I don't see at all how it's in the interest of YELP to fill their site with bad reviews.
"It will blow the doors off that stock."
I heard that too! The doors blow off at high speeds in tunnels!