What VOD sees in Europe is the potential for growth and service. They will own Europes wireless market. They have minimized their debt load to make it possible. Seems to me Colao has the right plan.
As I recall no one said 22 ahead of earnings. I'm still here and still happy with my hold decision.
The stagnent valuation here reflects uncertainty. I would be surprised if MU goes over 19 today. Everything rides on the report tomorrow. RSI is neutral on heavy volume. There just might be a correction tomorrow to the sell side. If you are risk adverse pull out ahead of the bell today. Get back in after the correction. There are no guarantees. Personnaly I will make my decision shortly. Good luck with your own decision.
Thanks. It is after the bell that I am worried about. My goal, and it does not always work, is to find the peak, sell, and get back in later. Of course there is a backup plan if MU winds up on the sell side early. No one really knows where this is going.
I don't know why I bother with you since you have been wrong 100% of the time and you can't get your facts straight. I'll let MU do the talking. Wait and see. Watch and learn.
I am debating whether I should sell or hold ahead of the after hours thursday report. Technicals say Mu is neutral ahead of earnings. If, by the end of the day tomorrow, there has been a signifcant run up. I might just take all or some off the table. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush mentality. The alternative is to sell the news. If the news is good we could see 20 - 22 which could trail off later in the morning or afternooon and increase significantly next week. Or the earnings could be below estimates which will work in favor of the sell decision. I think I am going to track sentiment during the day tomorrow and that should indicate the open on friday. Right now sentiment seems to indicate a higher valuation is in the works -We will know soon enough. Good luck to just about all of you.
I'm that guy. Very happy with my double. - so far. Would have been better to wait a day in retrospect. But I'm not complaining.
It is statistically better to be a contrarian. The average investor has to realize that on high volume market makers will do whatever it takes to get their hands on shares. If it means they have to go own and get stop losses they will do that. In this case they can justify it by pointing to the economy.
I never listen to anyone who has a pinecone stuck up their #$%$ You need to find someone to remove that for you. If you cannot follow along with how trading works you should find some other line of interest.