Yep. Looks like we have two deceased. First is car thief who managed to make it fly through the air and wedge it between two buildings. Second is owner who mistakenly thought it could fly over a cliff. People should read the users manual before operating the vehicle .....
That shows a lot of poise and maturity. I guess what should one expect considering he hasn't run a company before. Can you say ROOKIE? Oh well. At least he can put down this experience on his resume and LinkedIn page.
I was holding a boatload of weekly puts. Stock was looking strong. End of day selloff was a blessing. It looked like it was going to roar past 225. I was ready to admit defeat and sell for a loss. Instead I got a nice present. Happy New Year to you all.
It really did happen. In retrospect, it was probably a bad idea. I was just lucky to come out ok. There is absolutely NOTHING that was positive with earnings report or cc. This is probably destined to go bankrupt at some point.
Ha ha. You're the loser who thinks it can go to $22 today. You have a rookie running the ship. He's faced with a huge challenge of turning this company cash flow positive. Yet they will still have -50% operating margins 1 year from now. And you trust a newbie college grad to save you? I hope you invested your life savings in this company. You can join them in bankruptcy
I misstated his name. In any event, my original comments stand. He left USC to start the company in 2005. I don't think he has prior experience running companies. Does he even have a college degree. Wikipedia mentions he left USC a junior. All along I thought he had a graduate degree. He may not even have an undergraduate degree!
Thanks for the info. This seems like one of the riskiest recent IPOs. Really overvalued. Fighting against competition and cash burn. I flipped it in AH today but to be honest, it probably wasn't the best idea.
Revenue growth rate is slowing down. How can you IPO with such huge operating losses? This must be possible only with Nasdaq at 5000
Nope. I'm convinced this is a stock you never want to be seriously long. If it gets pushed by momentum players, you can flip it for a quick buck. Otherwise, don't touch it with a 10 ft pole
It's not my job to do your due diligence but here it is. Revenue grew 60% last Q. Billings grew only 30%. Sure sign that growth is slowing.
It's not all about beating expectations. If yesterday everyone thought they were going to lose $1.17 per share, but today you found out they are actually losing more money at $1.65, how can that not be negative?
I don't need to wait till tomorrow. I can make my own educated decision based on the earnings report and the conference call. Some analysts may try to pump the stock but i'm not buying it.
He graduated from USC in 2005 - just 10 years ago. So straight out of school he co-founded Box. What real life experiences does he have with running a company? How much faith do you have in him?