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livefromnewyork1958 39 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 8, 2016 3:26 PM Member since: May 12, 2004
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  • and when blood is on the street.... bought another 2K of Ferrari @$35.00 at 1:55 pm ET \Ferrary is at almost 45% off (Cheaper) from the IPO high of $60 and nothing changed. Except fear and stupidity.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    FCA getting close to Toyota in the US

    by peterpal80 Feb 2, 2016 3:51 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Feb 3, 2016 8:38 AM Flag

    @ must be the most pessimistic person on this chat board. Have you ever invested in anything, bought stocks of FCAU or are you're here just the bust the big ones? You sound like a broken record singing there’s a black cloud over my head. Hmm let me think you are a pro short and play with the flow. ;-)

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Feb 2, 2016 10:16 AM Flag

    latest insider(s) are buying for their own account;
    Jan 25, 2016 DIMITRIEF ALEXANDER Officer
    Purchase 65,27 at $28.04 per share. value $1,830,226

    Sentiment: Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Jan 29, 2016 3:41 PM Flag

    WTI crude will be trading at $40 within two weeks, I believe this price will be the norm "till things will pick up globally with a price range $40 to $50. in 2016.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    New Homepage.....

    by imagineman3 Jan 28, 2016 12:32 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 28, 2016 2:49 PM Flag

    actually this is the best homepage from YAHOO in ages!!! But then you cannot make everyone happy. Complaining is part of human nature even if you get it for free!!!

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Jan 27, 2016 9:45 AM Flag

    By Millie Dent - January 2016
    “The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Tudor, Pickering & Holt, an energy-focused investment bank, has tallied 150 projects that have been delayed, resulting in an estimated 13 million barrels a day of oil production deferred indefinitely,” Flynn wrote to clients on Thursday, noting that the crude that isn’t flowing represents 15 percent of total global output. Producers in Venezuela, Mexico, Algeria and Nigeria are postponing projects that are necessary to reverse the natural depletion of oil fields and even though production is improving in Libya, Flynn questions how sustainable it is due to the volatile political situation there.

    On the other side of the supply/demand equation, the consumption of gasoline in the U.S. is rising sharply. Demand for gas grew at the highest rate in 30 years, Flynn says, while global demand growth was the strongest in over a decade.

    “We’ve priced in weaker demand than we think [exists],” Flynn says.

    Flynn predicts that next year will see an even greater jump in demand and it’ll become the driving force that pushes gas prices up from their current average of $2 a gallon to around $2.25 by April.

    Flynn likens the current situation to the last time oil had back-to-back losing years, which was in 1997 and 1998, when prices fell over 30 percent. The following year saw a colossal rebound as oil prices more than doubled. “History could repeat itself,” Flynn says, as “crude oil is getting ready to party like its 1999.”

  • Reply to

    Let GE what GE has to do.

    by livefromnewyork1958 Jan 22, 2016 12:50 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 22, 2016 2:20 PM Flag

    The difference is that once you lose on craps you have lost $ for good and if you double down to recoup your money the odds are that you might lose it again. With a stock is never a total loss, if you hold on for a while eventually you'll get it back without having to double the bet to get your money back.

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Jan 22, 2016 12:50 PM Flag

    One of the funny things about the stock market is that every time one person buys, another sells, and both think they are astute.

  • Reply to

    What ever happened to GE's net income?

    by bnwild56 Jan 20, 2016 10:36 AM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 20, 2016 10:59 AM Flag

    GE will report the 4th Quarter ending Dec 31, 2015 this Friday Jan. 22
    The Consensus estimates : $0.50
    Revenue: $35.99 Bil

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Automobiles (FCA), alleging that the automaker was offering cash to dealers that would fudge sales numbers. It appears that FCA doesn't take too kindly to the speed at which the media picks up on things, especially when the company is being painted in an awfully negative light.
    Last night, the London-based automaker sent out a press release -- a very angry one.
    "This lawsuit is nothing more than the product of two disgruntled dealers who have failed to perform their obligations under the dealer agreements they signed with FCA US," the release reads.

    "[The dealers in question] have consistently failed to perform since at least 2012, and have also used the threats of litigation over the last several months in a wrongful attempt to compel FCA US to reserve special treatment for them."
    That's a perfectly fine position to take. After all, a company should do everything it can to vigorously defend itself against some very heinous allegations, and if the dealerships truly are filing frivolous lawsuits, FCA will walk away from this unscathed and those dealers will have plenty to answer for.
    Coverage of the lawsuit sent Chrysler's stock dropping several points by the end of the day Thursday. After the markets closed, that press release appeared, and Chrysler decided to call out the media in it, as well: "FCA finds it unfortunate and disappointing that reputable media would be willing to be used in questionable litigation practices without a full understanding of the facts."
    This is one huge problem with liberal media especially the financial media, they will print and say anything without even consulting with the company; it can take a lot of work and effort to produce balanced news stories on a consistent basis, they’re just too lazy. Wall Street has become a circus In the meantime the regular retail investor gets F%$#K

  • livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 15, 2016 12:16 PM Flag

    I wouldn't say she's not invested, believe it or not as of Jan.06, 2016 - M. MAYER still has 2,201,087 YAHOO shares in her account, although you can say it was giving to her for free, but she is still holding them.

  • livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 13, 2016 8:13 PM Flag

    FYI: YAHOO earning date Jan 26 @ 4:05 PM ET

    Consensus estimate : $0.13 Revenue: $1.19 Bil. IMH: YAHOO will Beat both!!!

  • Reply to

    new Fiat Tipo

    by peterpal80 Dec 12, 2015 3:15 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 9, 2016 11:53 AM Flag

    Too bad the WS journal and the so obvious bias financial media...always have to rain on a good parade to make their cronies short happy. The Stock market has become a useless day by day gambling cesspool and not an investment avenue for investors.

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    Anyone get their shares from Scottrade yet?

    by bob1970smith Jan 7, 2016 2:35 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 7, 2016 4:19 PM Flag

    by tomorrow RACE should be in your account...probably after market closing.

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    Reason for 35% drop today

    by stockexpert111 Jan 4, 2016 11:43 AM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 4, 2016 12:35 PM Flag

    In a simple explanation: You had to hold FCAU by the end of market closing December 31, 2015 to receive
    one share of Ferrari for every 10 share of FCAU that you hold. FCAU Dec. 31 closed at $13.99. Ferrari (RACE) at the moment is been trading @ about $47 - 47/10 =$4.10 ( 13.99 - $4.10 = $9.89 (FCAU should be $9.89)
    FCAU trading is at $9.00 and at the moment is way oversold! I picked up few K this morning. It might take few months but I believe FCAU will go back to $15. without incorporating the Ferrari line.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • FCA announces terms of participation in Ferrari spin-off for holders of its mandatory
    convertible securities
    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (NYSE: FCAU / MTA: FCA) (“FCA”) announced today that has
    completed the calculations necessary to determine the number of Ferrari common shares that
    will be delivered to holders of its 7.875% mandatory convertible securities due 2016.
    Pursuant to the terms of the Indenture under which the mandatory convertible securities were
    issued, FCA has determined that the average of the Daily VWAP (average of daily volume
    weighted average prices) for the FCA common shares during the applicable measurement
    period exceeded $12.925 per share. As a result, the underlying FCA common shares relating
    to each $100 mandatory convertible securities were equal to 7.7369 as of the applicable
    measurement date. {{{{{Based on the spin-off ratio of one Ferrari common share for every TEN
    underlying FCA common shares,}}}} FCA will deliver to holders of the mandatory convertible
    securities, upon the effectiveness of the Ferrari spin-off, 0.77369 common shares of Ferrari for
    each $100 in outstanding mandatory convertible securities. FCA will deliver a total of
    22,243,588 Ferrari common shares in respect of the $2,875,000,000 aggregate outstanding
    mandatory convertible securities.
    As previously announced, the extraordinary general meeting of FCA shareholders approved
    the demerger that is part of the series of transactions to effect the Spin-off. These transactions
    are expected to be carried out between December 31, 2015 and January 3, 2016 and holders
    of FCA shares and mandatory convertible securities are expected to be able to trade in their
    shares in Ferrari N.V., subject to completion of the separation, beginning January 4, 2016
    London, 14 December 2015
    This press release contains forward-looking statements.

    Ferrari N.V. (NYSE: RACE), Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (NYSE: FCAU / MTA:
    FCA) (“FCA”) and FE New N.V.1

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Nov 23, 2015 11:24 AM Flag

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  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Nov 20, 2015 11:51 AM Flag

    Ferrari stock will go up to $100 per share in 2016 NO B.S.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    I do not like Cramer all that much, but......

    by hrdwkgdog Oct 22, 2015 12:23 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Oct 22, 2015 11:40 PM Flag

    FCAU is way undervalued and will not go down that much after the RACE distribution. FCAU At the moment is trading @ $15 per shares it has a market cap of 19B, FERRARI has a market Cap of 10.7B w/ 188.92M Outstanding Shares. If you take almost $10.7b worth of Ferrari shares out of the equation it means FCAU GROUP ( Fiat, Chrysler, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Lancia M.Marelli, and so on...will just have a market cap of $8.3 B. NO F#@$% WAY!!!
    If wall street is pricing FCAU at $8b then it's pure manipulation or stupidity.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Oct 22, 2015 1:05 PM Flag

    I do believe it's manipulated. The retailer already bought FCAU to get some of the Ferrari's shares, I doubt they can afford more shares even at this price. So, think about it... who's left that can move and keep FCAU shares within the $15 price range?

    I wish I had the cash now!!! :-(

    Sentiment: Buy

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