Funny though, his email recap said he was bearish on FEYE. So he was bullish except when he was bearish.
Hail Cramer!!! If you don't find 450 million of insider sales disconcerting, and it doesn't bother you that at $110 all those convertible bonds can kick in and create a large dilution, and you're okay paying more than 100 times 2015 forecast earnings, then by all means Buy, Buy, Buy. I got optioned out at 107 on Friday and was going to buy back on Monday until Cramer opened my eyes to all this. Instead, I took that money and bought FEYE which is looking pretty good today. GLTA
It seems popular to rip Cramer but the guy gets it right quite often. I made money on PANW thanks to him.
There's nothing contradictory about liking PANW in the 80's but not at 108. He talked about almost a half a billion of insider sells for PANW, that's a red flag everyone should know about. And no, you don't want him to talk FEYE down unless you want to buy more because that's almost a guarantee that the price will drop, at least in the short term.
At 89 it was a buy. At 108 it doesn't look so good. What part of that don't you understand?
Liking a stock at 89 and hitting the sell button at 108 is perfectly logical. PANW has gone up 20% in 2 weeks. If you don't understand why his sentiment changed you shouldn't be in stocks in the first place.
Hail Cramer! My 107 options got called away and I for one really appreciate the news he offered last night. I wasn't aware of the convertible bonds nor the huge amount of insider selling that was going on. Cramer has saved me from buying back in on Monday at these levels and for that I thank him. As to the SEC, you are blowing smoke because he didn't do anything illegal. Do you want him investigated for talking to the Deckers' CEO and talking up that stock after it got hammered?
Since you mention them, give me one compelling reason to buy Yahoo instead of BABA, or even AAPL for that matter? One problem Yahoo has right now is they can't build a better case than these other tech plays, after all it is a competition of sorts for the investors dollars. I'm in BABA and AAPL right now and can't come up with any reason to buy back into YHOO.
You sir drink from the kool-aid dispenser. I lived the Reagan years and it's a fact Jack that the Dems controlled both houses of Congress and rejected every spending bill Reagan proposed until tens of billions of dollars were added to the budgets. If you knew anything about how our government worked you would know that Congress approves budgets after presidents propose them. When the Congress sits on the other side of the aisle they are the ones most responsible for the huge debt run up in those years. No Democrat during the Reagan years ever suggested the budget was too high and needed to be scaled back. You lying revisionists make me sick when you don't have the courage to stand up for what you in fact did. Grow a pair and learn to be a man, or woman, whatever the heck you are.
Sorry Karm, you aren't a Republican because no Republican would be that stupid. Bush had little to do with the bad economy, Lower unemployment is a joke as millions of people aren't counted anymore. Low interest rates are because the economy is down and can't get up. Confidence is far from high (what are you smoking?). Good jobs aren't being created (ObamaCare has much to do with that). Most every industry you mentioned has improved earnings through cutbacks and not top line growth. And nobody, I repeat, nobody on this green earth is jealous of the Communist in office, a man that has done everything in his power to destroy America and what made it great. So, you sir are no Republican, more than likely you are a political hack for Harry Reid. Pelosi, or perhaps the biggest buffoon on earth, Joe Biden.
I live in very hot southern state and hardly ever see a $200 electric bill. Plus, you want to include $19.95 oil changes on gas vehicles but ignore hundreds of dollars in battery replacement costs for electrics. That's a bit disingenuous isn't it? Say, by any chance did you work on ObamaCare?
NCV was a wonderful place for income from 08 through 13. Here in 14 it doesn't look so good. The NAV is down 9.5% this year, basically the amount of the div. I'm out until at least I see the NAV stabilize. I agree that you don't expect a bond fund to appreciate much in price, but you buy one for net asset safety and NCV isn't providing that now.
Some douchebags expect him to be the biggest cheerleader of all time for their favorite stocks and he just can't do that in his position. It would be irresponsible to tell his amateur viewers to buy every sure thing in the Bio industry. Considering his audience, the only right thing to do would be to call it speculative and there isn't a bigger compliment he could give than to say he'd include it in his portfolio. That's a ringing endorsement and I'll gladly take it.
It was buried in the earnings announcement but no date was given. It's double a year ago but 20% less than the last one. So BFD.
Agree with your assessment of Cramer regarding teaching fundamentals. When it comes to individual stocks, Cramer is playing to an audience of amateurs whose idea of research is to read msg boards. He's overly cautious for their sake and usually does miss the early run ups in a stock. By the way, reversing your logic, he's bound to be wrong sometimes with so many predictions. I like his assessments of market direction and particular industries, his recommendations have often put me into the right sector albeit in different stocks.
Seems Cramer nailed TRN though when he recently said it could drop another $3, as it certainly did on Tuesday. Of course he was vilified for that statement last week and none of the haters will give him any credit for it now. Just saying ....
Don't be a bonehead. Sites like V-V are geared toward companies that profit from sales, where growth and margins are key statistics. Reits never, ever get a reasonable assessment from a site like V-V. Reits are more like bonds, book value and NII are much more important than a non-sensical number like sales growth.
Another idiot discounting a savvy fund mgr by calling him a priest. Once again, Lemelson comes out as the best performing fund mgr out there and clowns want to wish it away by blaming it on a priest. A priest hasn't beat longs to a pulp, an excellent fund mgr has. You learn to understand that and you'll be on the sidelines while the Amnova fund kicks your butt. As much as I believed in LGND, I recognized this wasn't a priest playing with stocks, this was one heck of a fund mgr and I've saved a lot of money by not falling for Higgins stupidity. I'll be back when the head of Amnova gets out, not before.