Oh, now there's a razor-sharp comparison. There were no parking spaces available in front of the Apple store yesterday and I'm supposed to trust them with my money? What a thorough, in-depth understanding of Apple's technology you demonstrate. How DO you do it.
Big red nitwit there, fellas.
First of all, who is it setting the high expectations, Facebook or the analysts? You suggest both and so don't really seem to be sure which. Hedging, are we? Secondly, you don't get to make definitive statements like '…it WILL be a victim…" because you can't know that. You can't possibly know that. May, might, could, should, but not will. Clear on that?
So, I HAVE thought about it; I'm just not sure you have. And with all due respect, you sorta sound like you're making this up as you go. Fanciful sh¡t like "If it doesn't double or triple earnings estimates…". Come on, you just pulled that one out of your exhaust pipe and you know it.
You obviously know more about running a multi-billion-dollar company than the guy who is actually doing that.
Hurry, little message-board doggy, rescue Facebook, Inc. on behalf of its investors before it's too late.
Or not. A nickel for every time one of you nay-blabbers has said that and then promptly had you #$%$ handed to you…well, you know the rest.
No one's falling for anything, nitwit. Least of all your horsesh¡t.
(and are hopefully arrested), then things should stabilize and start moving up.
Going after the traders who so clearly had inside info on the FDA hold release and bought the last couple of days ahead of it for a quick flip. I mean how big a hammer do they need to be hit with.
What lawsuits. None of that chickensh¡t they were blindly hurling against the walls ever had a chance of sticking.
Poor little lamby, you just can't get the hang of this whole stock thing, can ya. Always on the wrong side of FB or too late to the table altogether, and then you walk around all frustrated and peed-off about it the rest of the time.
Maybe you should try stamp collecting; I hear it's very relaxing.
Playing the lame insider-selling card? Seriously? You obviously got caught on the wrong side of this on the AH news. So quit peeing your pants in public and man-up already.
No mention of Geron in that borderline-fictional speculation piece. Not one.
Ergo, you're teeming with bovine feces.
Hey, Ima. Exigencies of modern life led me elsewhere, temporarily. Cashbar's histrionics will be sorely missed; always very entertaining. Lamby's, too. Too bad they had to take their emotional yo-yos and go home.
So what's with all the apocalyptic nonsense, a different look for you, is it not? In this economy, where the hell else is the world supposed to park its money for a decent ROI after it drains it from the stock market, CDs? Bubbly real estate? Tulips? Beanie Babies?
Look at the Nasdaq, you impossibly stupid sh¡t. You know, where GERN trades? Assuming you even know what that is.
You've clearly never had two thoughts to rub together in your entire sh¡t-stinking life.
No one buys that many shares on a "bet." Or a hunch. Or just for laughs. The purchase shows enormous confidence in the company by one of its officers who no doubt has good reasons for doing it.