Do you really think the drop is only about fires?
Nothing to do with valuation or competition or non GAAP Accounting?
Yes but on the bad side...an insider who has a very good track record wants out at $16.93.
Hey, I still own some shares but I don't expect to make any money anytime soon in this stock. In fact, I may be dumping those shares.
Say what you want but Icahn makes money. It often seems like a good idea to do what he does.
Seems like it would have been better to let Icahn sell on the open market driving the price down and then the company purchase a boatload of stock a lower prices.
You contradict yourself. You say watch what happens at the open but the market is irrational.
Can't an irrational market continue to push this downward?
Most TSLA bulls say ignore the short term and focus on the long term and that is why the stock is valued so high. Now I see people focusing on the short term. Kind of funny.
Oh I get it. So if I start a cigarette company and sell cigarettes for a week and no one dies of lung cancer then I can claim I have the safest cigarette in the world and compare them to other manufacturers who have been selling them for years.
WHy would you compare old junkyard cars with a brand new car???
How about comparing new cars vs new cars???
This is nuts. Glad I sold my Dec calls the other day. But I'm still getting kicked in the gut with the shares I am holding.
The combination of the poor visibility from TTWO's management team and clueless analysts covering this stock make me want to run for the hills and never revisit this garbage.
A bit weird. I expected 'irrational' to be assoicated with the stock being too high not too low.
I've played both sides and one can make money both ways. But looking at it from a long term perspective, this stock is priced for perfection.
I skimmed through the questions & answers but am still afraid to listen to the call. It read like a complete joke so I can only imagine what it sounded like.
I guess I will bite the bullet and listen to it this weekend.
Get real...the deferred revenue is not why it fell. It fell because management doesn't give a flip about shareholders and wall street hates uncertainty. Management provided know real answers or any specific details on anything.
Anyone else feel like Chevy Chase in Vegas Vacation?
Zelnick implied, "Instead of making a ton of money in this stock why don't I just take you money and kick you in the freakin nuts and we will call it a day."