i was surprised to see this old post pop up to the top. my current thoughts are I've held way too long and wish I would have sold a long time ago but I haven't. i just thought they were better than they are I guess. bad investment for me. the currency issue is worse than i thought
hasn't been a gainer for about 9 months now. long base in the making. i think the pe needs to get down to about 20
i guess that's why Nick stuttered when he said 'yes' in a cnbc interview about whether he was going to buy more stock. outright lied, he did.
yes, I am. pull the bandaide off already. now we can move forward based on reality instead of speculation. sell, hold or buy more. at least now we can make an informed decision.
maybe he's been humbled by this experience. (I'm being kind, I know). I actually thought he was a pretty immature leader and can't believe I bought back in at 31 and rode it down after riding it up to 81.
what a dumb comment. i wasn't referring to my bad investment. watch tomorrow for all the class action lawsuits that are filed. it always happens.
if yhoo was such a great property, it would have had a bid by now. i bought in before starboard when the idea of spinning out the core was floated. as they twittle their thumbs over taxes and such, the value keeps going down. miserably run company.
I wouldn't short but I agree this is a terribly run company. The eyes on YHOO daily, including myself, has to be worth something. sell off the core and quick before you totally destroy what value is left!!!
I believe someone who posted about the wash rule being in effect as to why twtr hasn't recovered yet has a lot of merit. we'll see this go up over the next couple weeks as those who sold for tax loss begin to buy in again.