couldn't agree more. it's all bu--sh--. someone is making money off that #$%$ and it sure isn't us.
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don't be hasty. this stock trades in spurts. it is NOT a day trading stock. you need patience but there is a lot of downside protection if the market cracks due to it's cheap valuation. Gilead is most likely looking to make an acquisition and the market is hoping they do. if so, the reaction will be very positive and that could get this stock moving much higher. just like Apple, this stock is difficult to own at times but in the longer term, I believe you will well rewarded. just my opinion. GL.
they don't know it. these are stories that might be planted for obvious reasons. what a shame what has become of investing.
another story without any backing...what else. there is a report out from Digitimes that Apple might be adjusting it's chip orders. that's what the market trades on...any news flash, whether it's true or not.
no trouble, right now, sector having some trouble because many of these cyber firms do not make money. that plus high valuations are keeping it down right now. there will be plenty of news flow in the sector which will drive these firms higher. be patient.
wow, I can't believe someone is calling for me. yes, I am here and still alive and well. when did I say BIIB wll be $500? I need to know if you serious or being a wise guy before I answer.
what thrill do you get by thinking you are "right' when you have no idea if you will or won't be?
you are still making the same mistake the talking heads are making...biotech is not bloated as a sector...just the ones who make no money. gild, celg, amgn AND biib ARE NOT richly valued. pleases top painting one picture for the entire sector.
it's not hype. young, new companies in technology usually do lose money at first. but the street focuses on revenue growth more than anything else when a company is young and in a hot field. remember amazon?
there is always a reason. not sure what it is but maybe the fact that feye might be looking to acquire cybr has something to do with it's poor performance. there is always a reason.
carter worth? he's still around? just kidding. I know he is as I see him on cnbc but this guy hasn't been right on anything in quite some time