In 2 years The Street can claim that they called it right, omitting of course that the stock had already declined in value when they down-graded it. It astounds me that analysts down-grade a stock and give the rationale that "the performance of the shares have been a disappointment in itself". Did they ever hear of "buy low sell high"? Ridiculous. TEO has almost no debt. Therefore, all the cash flow can go to expanding, paying a dividend, and/or buying back shares (if management thinks that would a good investment with all that cash).
110% revenue growth since last years quarter and you call this a dead cat bounce. The same thing has happened with BIDU just about every quarter. Price of shares go up, and then gets knocked down at earnings release no matter how good the numbers. In a few weeks analysts will say "these numbers don't look bad", and then in a month they will give QIHU a strong buy signal, and the shares will ratchet up from there until the PEG ratio is around 1.2.
SAN is basically trading at book value, so I don't see much downside risk anymore, with the economy stabilized and improving, albeit slowly. Prospects are good, and a 6% dividend is nice.
lol. I checked my purchases of TEO, and my initial purchase in 11/11 was 17.64. I doubled up on 1/14 at 14.70. Haven't sold any shares. Sooner or later others will see the value in TEO, and then it will be over $25 a share.
lol. "All white property owning males are created equal". Everybody knows that Argentina has bad credit; therefore don't give them loans. TEO is a quality business that does business in Argentina and has almost no debt! Therefore buy their stock, especially when it's on sale!!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Just buy low and sell profits high. It's not a dog. Besides, I like dogs. Great stock to buy and hold for a year. I almost guarantee it!
Followed my own advice and just doubled down. Within a year I expect YNDX will be back in the 40's.
BIDU has had some swings too over the past couple of years that I have owned shares. I've more than doubled my investment on that and took profits, so my average cost now is $0. YNDX the same, and then I bought more in the mid-twenties. Buy low, take profits when high.
The DRIP dividend hadn't switched to additional shares yet this A.M. Maybe after the market closes. SAN is an excellent value I think: P/B of 1.1 and a 6% divy. Just no love.
Management appears to be saying that YNDX shares are such a good deal now that they can't pass up the opportunity to buy back shares from the profits generating. 30+% increase in revenue is great news, as is increase in market share. Good time to add to one's position! Announcing a dividend-even a small one- would really support this stock.
S&P has AMZN Fair Value at $167.70. If you put a 20% premium on it the shares would be trading at $201. Numbers don't lie, but you have to use the right numbers.
Other than Price/Sales, the valuation metrics are ridiculously high. Where are the profits? I'd like to buy some AMZN shares. Can somebody provide some fair and reasonable valuations- useless trivia about market cap aside?
You can ask the same question about PMI or many other corporations. Russia would have a harder time expropriating YNDX from Holland. As well, the business laws are much more fair.