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In the shorter term, Gordon also likes how volume has increased in all U.S. stock exchanges over the last two weeks. “As we’re starting to ramp up and break through these old highs, you’re seeing participation come back in,” he said. “This is broad-based. I think with all the central banks behind us, you need to respect this trend. I’m long this market. I’m going to stay long.”
Other firms are even more explicit: "Specifically, during the Class Period, Defendants made false and/or misleading statements and/or failed to disclose that: (1) the Company was overstating its: (i) total revenues; (ii) royalty revenues; (iii) net income; and (iv) net cash provided by operating activities; (2) the Company was understating its operating expenses"
Note that law firms can't say these things unless they believe they're true; this doesn't bode well for the stock.
"If they paid they know there is significant value in VirnetX's IP" No, they just didn't think it was worth the cost to challenge, so they settled. Apple, from what I've heard, would rather pay more money to fight a patent infringement claim than it would cost to settle, just on principle.
This one is easy. You're not a patent troll if you use the patented idea in a product.
Really? You take your stock trading cues from the number of negative comments on an anonymous message board?
Your attitude reminds me of something Rush Limbaugh said. During Bush, as the economic crisis was deepening, there was an NFP report of just 10,000 one month. Democrats said it was disappointing; Limbaugh said it was good because 10,000 people got jobs. Like you, apparently he thinks jobs are good or bad depending who the President is.
Market is waiting for Scotland decision. And options pinning. Once they are over and done with, we will rally (regardless of the outcome of the Scotland vote).
It doesn't matter whether it's hawkish or dovish. Market will go up. Either the economy is bad (and more easing will come) or it's good.
MM's are taking the market down to scoop up cheap shares, because they know the market is going to hit all-time highs after the Fed announcement. Watch and learn.
The more so-called experts who say stocks are in trouble, the more confident I am that stocks will go up.
Hint: stock buybacks in low-interest environments are GOOD for a company.
This looks like the start of a bidding war. Last week's job cuts were clearly an attempt to make it lean and more appealing to other suitors. Other players that have heretofore been silent may come out.