and after what they have been through - I don't blame them. Of course its a little late but I'm sure some the senior FireEye executives are enjoying adding such pretentious celebrities to their client lists.
But (sad to say) Merkel still working on her makeup and Obama still working on his golf game. Two major leaders in the world and both act like Ukraine is extremely important yet do so little to help a friend under assault. This is how Hitler came into power since world leaders ignored clear and present dangers for their own personal gain.
Obama coming out with bomb shelter tax write off plan for your 2014 Tax filing.
Take your pick. Putin now in full invasion mode and this time he says "its no accident".
Iran just said it has begun arming West Bank with missiles to attack Israel. Do you really think Benjamin Netanyahu is going to let this happen on his shift. NO WAY. Look for Israel to attack Iran in September.
Lastly China just told Japan it will never forgive it for World War II and Japan better get used to living on a pond, since China wants 100% control of China Sea and half the Atlantic ocean.
Yes Charlotte - Volatility is BACK
Some betting the ranch the stock market tanks going forward.
and throw in a little Russian news and you will see the DOW down 100 plus points
and you always know higher volume usually means stock going way higher.
because when good news hits (business wise) for FireEye the stock will jump 15% plus.
and one has to wonder if anyone will step up to Putin - Russia since Great Britain is being cut in half with Scotland independence, France in a free fall with no government and Merkel acting like the "Dove" she is. Putin sees no obstacles in getting back all the Russian Satellite they lost 30 years ago. Timber goes the Markets.
as in Russia brings down world markets in its attempt to take over Eastern Europe. And from what I learned Merkel sure ain't Ronald Regan. Not even close since she seems to have forgotten about Eastern Germany and the Russian wall.
enkidufisher and ddf2830 both missing a few brain cells due to being dropped as a baby on the garage cement floor. Since that fateful day both grew up loving Mother Russia, loving commies and believing they know a lot about history, though both (unfortunately) didn't finish third grade. Boy this board sure has some loser posters like these two guys. Dumb and Dumber!
You clearly should not vote for Hillary since she also thinks Putin is a little midget Hitler. You also should move to Russia so you and Edward Snowden can share a bed, looking at pictures of Putin on your bedroom ceiling.
and we're not moving up today on HPQ rumor. Nope - we're moving up because big boys, hedge funds, large mutual funds are now all buying FireEye while its still dirt cheap. When you see a bargain a stock like FireEye on sale (actually a fireside sale), you buy as much as you can get. Tomorrow over $30 a share and possibly back over $40 by early September.
Russia said it shot down civilian aircraft my accident
Russia said it took over Crimea by accident
Russia said it moved into Georgia by accident
Russia said, blah, blah, blah
Putin is Hitler. Only difference is little Putin is 5'7" yet thinks he stands much taller.
especially when that falling knife has no floor, was dropped by weak management who won't touch the stock at $27 much less $20 a share. If market goes red tomorrow I think Feye hits $26 and sets it sights on sub $25.
Looks like FireEye made the turn today or some may say bottomed. In either case next week should be interesting because if we get a move to over $30 a share, the run could be on (on the upside). Downside from here is basically pennies but upside is big if management can should solid forward guidance and possibly sign a few major contracts over the next month or two. In any case cyber security is "hot" right now and FeyeEye is ranked number two in the industry. Good luck to all.
and that might be a conservative estimate.
“The market is digesting the likelihood of the Fed raising rates, given the improvement in the numbers,” Tim Evans, the chief market strategist at Long Leaf Trading Group Inc. in Chicago, said in a telephone interview. “That’s very dollar-bullish, and it’s creating a lot of pressure on dollar-denominated assets, especially gold."
Mr. Evans believe gold could drop below $1,100 by early fall and wouldn't be surprised to see the yellow metal trading below $1000 an ounce by Thanksgiving. Sure looks like a one trade to me. Straight Down