They will have a blowout quarter and guidance, simply because the chart is set up for a big move, and I'm strictly a technician.....The chart says it may go to $27.50-$28 tomorrow....I just bought in AH while searching for good charts.......Now that I'm in, I looked up what they do....I like that as well.
"the YELP story is intact."........ Translation.....We're in the running for their next share offering and dilution, and we'd like to get those fees, so we'll pump the stock here.
They say buyers can buy the car online and pick it up in other states.....LOL....Do they have any idea what they're talking about? Even now they continue to pump the stock to $295? This NJ thing sets a precedent for what other states may do. This is the first in many headwinds. Do analysts today even care that stocks are overvalued?
1883 on the S&P is the high for 2014.......Get the memo out to Jeremy Siegel, Thomas Lee, and all the rest of the perma bulls.
That's embarrassing, not to mention the fact you're already down your new buy. And to think you could have sold your entire position over $101 a few days ago.....and then take a new position in the low $80's next week.
That's how the game is played.
Flyonthewall said today that out of the 49 analysts who cover FB, 20 have price targets less than where it's currently trading, so they have "catching up" to do. So when they increase their PPS targets to match the others, the stock will go even higher.
PLUG? PLUG was trading at .14 (that's 14 cents) less than a year ago....lol..
And the bubble just keeps getting bigger and bigger, for a biotech at least 2-3 years away from anything. We're talking Phase I here, not Phase III.
OMG, you STILL haven't taken your profits, even now? You're a microcosm for the pervasive greed on Wall street today. Just watch your paper profits evaporate as YELP heads down to the $80's very quickly.
You have no idea what happened, so don't even try to pretend you do. Now they're thinking the plane may have disintegrated....there goes your theory.
Unfortunately, Boeing will lead the market lower tomorrow and the rest of the week.
They reiterated that rating last Thursday. As a shareholder, I'm concerned about that, as the stock has been under some technical selling pressure the past few days, I'm not sure why.
This looks like it could be a major reversal, to start a real correction. The momentum names that are way overvalued will feel the downside move more than others.
This company is years away from any substantive progress with their drugs, and yet they've bid it up over $15 in two days? This is like 1999, only worse with some of these biotechs.