bought last fall at 1.55 held through all the ups to 2.50, downs and ups and now right back where i started. great trader! i didn't think oil would stay so low for so long. wonder what, if anything, will pull it up
gpro is approaching the 200 day at or around 50.5 give or take. that'll be a level that must hold. could dip to 49's but if it pops right back above, we may be ok to buy.
people are so into themselves, this device plays right into that. i know people who have competitions with it. feels like it would be a 'sticky' product, like once you know you're stats you will want to keep knowing your stats. just mho
i think you put a few extra words in my mouth. i'm not selling. if nothing changes with the company's plans, i would buy more on any bigger dip.
but its not convenient for most to always have to have your phone on your person. plus I'd rather wear a cheaper, single purpose device than risk the phone getting damaged while exercising, etc.
this transformation we are witnessing is very educational as an investor. you are witnessing what wall street likes in a company and their management. we saw it with jazz and hznp and now pozn.
you can't ask for much more than the performance of the stock in the last month. it has been incredible. needs to form a new base while waiting for the next catalyst. i sold at 32.80 because i bought at 18. just too much profit to not take. but i'll be watching to reenter.
it sure is. I figured I would hold for a year so oil could recover and services also. but i'm not so sure now if keg is going to make it. might have to cut my losses before it gets worse.
you're right on fitbit. but to say Apple sucks is just wrong. Apple is an amazing company with amazing products and talent. let's hope fitbit comes even a little close to how great Apple is.
look at twtr. unprofitable and really a stretch to become profitable and it has a market cap above 20 billion. at least fit is profitable and cash flow positive. better than most tech ipo's. looks like 30 is the tutes high buy point. thats where I bought. we'll see.