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livefromnewyork1958 24 posts  |  Last Activity: 21 hours ago Member since: May 12, 2004
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  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 21 hours ago Flag

    Buy BABA now at this fire sale you wont get another chance again!!! The financial media controls the stock market they will spinn any good news to bad...and bad news to good for self interest.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    This is how we are rewarded huh?

    by wall.street13 Jan 28, 2015 4:32 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 29, 2015 8:19 AM Flag

    as I said before the financial news owns the stock market , they can spin good news to bad and bad news to yo good anyway they want.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • How convenient for the Financial news his morning after the YAHOO spin-off to put the same #$%$ written over a month ago " Alibaba roars back vs China accusations of counterfeit sales in report held until after IPO"

    This is from December 15, 2014, 9:29 AM
    A government watchdog publicizes fake products on major Chinese shopping sites
    Frank Tong BY FRANK TONG Senior editor, China
    internetretailer dotcom/2014/12/15/government-watchdog-finds-fake-products-chinese-sites

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    This is how we are rewarded huh?

    by wall.street13 Jan 28, 2015 4:32 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 28, 2015 5:14 PM Flag

    @kg2931 The SEC has the rules but they don't enforce them anymore....8-9 years ago if anyone from the media mentioned anything about a stock, they had to disclose if they own, short or whatever before give an opinion, now it's just chaos! IMHO the Media owns everyone including the SEC and most of the politicians. In few words "If you want to elected or re-elected you better be quite or we will write #$%$ against you.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    This is how we are rewarded huh?

    by wall.street13 Jan 28, 2015 4:32 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 28, 2015 4:46 PM Flag

    For now the financial media controls the markets for their self interest...and the herd of sheep will follow to what they say. But it's only a temporary state until they have been proven wrong!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 28, 2015 11:02 AM Flag

    I have been trading in the market for over 30 years, I have encountered many like you "professional shill or lets call you a stooge" Spin yahoo anyway you want to put doubts... it's going to $55.00 by Friday. Love to know who you work for ;-)

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Upgrade

    by fiscalplanner Jan 28, 2015 9:41 AM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 28, 2015 10:21 AM Flag

    Credit Suisse has an overweight on YHOO it means the stock is better value for the money than others up to $69.00

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Jan 27, 2015 4:30 PM Flag

    the Board of Directors has authorized a plan for a tax-free spin-off of the company’s remaining holdings in Alibaba Group (NYSE: BABA) into a newly formed independent registered investment company (“SpinCo”). The stock of the new company will be distributed pro rata to Yahoo shareholders, resulting in SpinCo becoming a separate publicly traded company.

    Following the spin-off, Yahoo will continue to operate its core business and hold its 35.5% interest in Yahoo Japan. SpinCo will own all of Yahoo’s remaining 384 million shares of Alibaba, valued at $40 billion based on the closing price on January 26, 2015, as well as a legacy, ancillary Yahoo business. SpinCo will assume no debt in the transaction, and Yahoo will retain its cash.

    “Today, along with our Board of Directors, I am proud and happy to announce a plan for a tax-free spin-off of our Alibaba holdings. Throughout my tenure with the company, we have worked tirelessly on a tax-efficient alternative that would maximize the value of our Alibaba investment for our shareholders. A tax-free spin off accomplishes this and delivers value directly and exclusively to our shareholders,” said Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo. “Through share repurchases to date, we have returned approximately $9.7 billion of proceeds from Alibaba. Post-spin, using the closing price for Alibaba as of January 26, we will have returned nearly $50 billion dollars of value to our shareholders. This level of capital return is historic, especially for a company of our size. The plan announced today vividly demonstrates our commitment to being good stewards of capital and increasing shareholder value.”

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    YHOO shares now worthless on this spinoff

    by selloffin321 Jan 27, 2015 4:16 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 27, 2015 4:24 PM Flag

    @selloffin321 jwm1031 two of the same ... you must be the town idiot! Come back when YHOO is trading at $60 plus, then let us know how it hurt.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • I would buy Yahoo for nothing to get 7 billions in cash lol ;-)

    This just part of it....Read the full article

    "Yahoo owns about 384 million shares of Alibaba, which it can’t sell until September, the one-year anniversary of Alibaba’s U.S. initial public offering. The stake is worth about $40 billion, while its Yahoo Japan stake is valued at about $8 billion. That means investors buying Yahoo’s stock today get to own the core U.S. business for free and aren’t giving the company credit for its roughly $7 billion of net cash."

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Jan 15, 2015 8:09 PM Flag

    BY MICHELE CHANDLER, INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY
    05:03 PM ET
    "Programmatic advertising — using big-data number-crunching and automation to precisely target and sell advertising — is taking off.
    What does that mean? Well, a coffee company that recognizes your cellphone is in sunny Florida could show you an ad for an iced drink, while someone in a colder clime would get an ad for hot cocoa.
    The U.S. programmatic advertising market will spike 137% to $10 billion this year, research firm eMarketer said in a report last month, and pass $20 billion in '16.

    A growing number of companies that sell advertising are turning increasingly to programmatic technology, which they say leads to more efficient ad sales.
    Yahoo (NASDAQ:YHOO) made a splash with its Dec. 15 purchase of BrightRoll, a leading programmatic video ad company, for $640 million in cash."

    Sentiment: Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Jan 15, 2015 2:42 PM Flag

    I was right for the 3rd Q yahoo beating estimates.
    For this Q
    Analyst estimate for 4th Q Revenue is $1.19B I say $1.21B
    Analyst estimate for 4th Q earnings $0.29 I say $0.36 and maybe more.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    The coldone added to his shares at $47.42

    by coldonewon Jan 13, 2015 2:17 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 14, 2015 5:17 PM Flag

    Added few more K shares myself...I couldn't not standstill I had to buy at this ridiculous price, although I did pay I bit more than you @$47.63 knowing that in few days this stock will be back at $50.00 plus. No doubt in my mind.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Jan 13, 2015 8:30 AM Flag

    I want the "short" money it means yours!!! FCAU soon to be $15 and $20 by 2nd Q COVER!! ;-)

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Nov 12, 2014 11:28 AM Flag

    Take it anyway you want...If you have made a good profit with AMZN in the last few year or so now it's time to sell before the big drop and buy ALIBABA (BABA) to double your money in few months. Believe it or not!

  • Reply to

    BUY...BUY...BUY FCAU....

    by nonandare Nov 7, 2014 2:26 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Nov 12, 2014 10:25 AM Flag

    The Financial Media hasn't picked up yet on the potential future success of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
    (FCAU) once the stock reach a certain upper % of share value, it will be allover the financial media. For now I will keep accumulating as much as I can afford. There's no 100% guarantee...I'm just a believer. ;-)

    Sentiment: Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Nov 10, 2014 1:50 PM Flag

    TAKE NOTE: "At the time, Ferrari on its own was expected to fetch a $7 billion market cap"

    So, in 2011 in the midst of recession they valued Ferrari at $7b after Inflation and a better near future economic outcome and new business model from Sergio M. Ferrari has to be worth at least $10 billions.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Nov 10, 2014 1:41 PM Flag

    CONT....This isn't the first time a Ferrari IPO has been explored. Back in 2011, in the wake of the economic collapse and bailout of General Motors, FIAT briefly toyed with the idea of spinning Ferrari off. At the time, Ferrari on its own was expected to fetch a $7 billion market cap.
    Assuming that number is still the right ballpark, Piero's stake will be worth $700 million. When you combine that with the fortune he already has from 25 years worth of Ferrari dividends, Piero will be tapping on a billion dollar net worth. For some comparisons, in 2013 Porsche generated $17 billion worth of revenue and $2.55 billion worth of profit. Porsche is owned by Volkswagen. Lamborghini generated $630 million in revenue in 2013 which resulted in a loss of roughly $25 million for the company. Lamborghini is owned by Audi.
    So will you be lining up to buy a piece of Ferrari at the IPO? I definitely will be! This is sort of a dream come true for me. I have been obsessed with Ferraris since I was a little kid. On a family trip to Europe in 8th grade, I refused to get on the plane unless we scheduled a day trip to Maranello. And Maranello isn't exactly easy to get to. If you dont have a car, you need to take two different trains and a long public bus ride. The day we went, it was raining cats and dogs. But if you ever get to make a trip to Maranello, I highly recommend eating lunch at the restaurant directly across the street from the factory. It is still to this day the best pasta I've ever had in my life.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Ferrari Is Going Public! – Everything You Need To Know About This Exciting Announcement
    By Brian Warner on October 29, 2014

    Do you love Ferraris? Do you dream of owning one (or several) Ferraris someday, but worry that you'll never be able to afford the base sticker price? Well, I have some good news! Pretty soon, all of us out there who can't afford an actual Ferrari will be able to do the next best thing: Own a small piece of Ferrari, the company. How is that possible? Earlier this morning FIAT-Chrysler rocked the automobile industry by announcing their intentions to spinoff Ferrari as its own publicly traded company with an IPO that is expected very soon. I realize that owning Ferrari stock isn't exactly as exciting as owning one of their gorgeous cars, but if you get in at a good price, maybe someday your shares will be valuable enough to trade in for the latest model! Or models, plural Here's everything you need to know about Ferrari going public…

    Up until a few months ago, Ferrari had always stuck to a strict production limit of 7,000 cars, every year. This limit was in place to ensure that demand always far outweighed supply, even in a bad economy. At the behest of FIAT, last month it was announced that this year Ferrari will raise their production limit by 5%. That's an extra 350 cars per year. As a public company, FIAT has intimated that they may ultimately raise the production number to 10,000.
    In 2013, Ferrari generated approximately $3.2 billion in revenue and profits of around $460 million.

    As we mentioned earlier, Ferrari is 90% by FIAT and 10% owned by Piero Ferrari. When the company goes public, FIAT is planning on offering 10% of its Ferrari shares to the general public. FIAT will distribute its other 80% stake to current FIAT-Chrysler shareholders. No word yet on if Piero plans on selling any of his stake. The IPO will take place at some point in 2015 and the shares are likely to be listed on an American exchange like the NYSE. FIAT-Chrysler

    Sentiment: Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Nov 9, 2014 10:38 AM Flag

    I do know what you are saying but lets put this on paper...as of today Fiat Auto Group) (FCAU) is trading with a Market Cap. Of $13 Billions, according to wall street analyst Ferrari has a market value of 10 to 12 billions, If this is the case Wall St. is valuing the combined rest of Fiat, Chrysler, Maserati and Alfa Romeo and plus to a miserable value of $2 to $3 billions. No WAY!!!

    Sentiment: Buy

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