Are you still standing behind this prediction?
stallone4676 • Apr 29, 2014 7:16 PM
FB will fall below 50 within next 8 trading days, the reason is simple
FB touched 54.89 with only 3.3 mil shares volume ....
TA is a tool for short term trading but is worthless for longer projections. I still believe fundamentals trump all other analysis. Stock will move in both directions but who cares unless you need the money in the short term and if that is the case you should not be risking it in equities. Jumping in and out of a stock might be exciting but is also a lot more risky. Guess wrong and you could miss out on a big move such as AAPL's last week. If you believe in the company and the way it is being managed stay with it, average in over time and enjoy the ride. It's all ready been proven buy and hold is the way to go as long as you pay attention to the business model. If it changes then you move on. Do your DD and invest in a company and eventually you will reap the benefits of growth and profit. Trying to get cute and beat the experts in the daily game will get you nowhere but broke but I'm sure the on line brokers appreciate your business. You ever notice how the day traders love to brag about their winnings but disappear when the trade doesn't work out. Play with a small amount of your savings if you must but invest the rest wisely. I guarantee you will need it in the future to live off so treat your hard earned money with respect, this is not a game.
AMZN is trading at 90x 2015 earnings while AAPL is trading at 12x 2015 earnings. AAPL makes billions in earnings evey year and AMZN after 20 YEARS still has no earnings, Really Regis? Remind me not to take stock tips from Mr. Philbin but he seems to be a nice guy.
Actually you listen to CC's and pay attention to earnings announcements. I don't think getting all information from messenger boards is very safe investing, especially this one.
This wooly sheepfellow has been proclaiming that he shorted AAPL since the $400's. If this is in fact true he is living in a barn with sheep or some other farm animal probably paying off his rent by shoveling manure. He's spends his down time here posting HIS #$%$ while waiting for more poop to fall.
I also don't see a major correction in the near future unless there is some unfortunate event such as terrorist attack here or Putin doing something very aggressive. either way it would probably be short lived and a buying opportunity, I believe. BTW what do you consider to be a major correction? I can see a couple of 5% ones but I don't consider that to be major.
I think the main gripe is how a lot of, now missing experts were proclaiming that Twitter would drag FB down with it. Others said they were two different animals and that FB would be fine. It looks like the FB longs were right this time and get the proverbial last laugh.
I understood your terminology and was only saying that I believed the stock could rise because of news pertaining to more ways for FB to generate additional revenue. You see I know that a stock price can be manipulated in the short term but I believe the market eventually prices the company properly based on fundamentals. I also believe it's much easier to manipulate a thinly traded equity as opposed to one that trades millions of times each day.
This man never rests, always thinking ahead of the curve and that's exactly why I invest in FB.
"We’re testing a lot of things every day to figure out what’s going to make the most engaging feed," Zuckerberg tells Levy. "We use quantitative metrics that measure likes and comments and clicks and shares and other activities to see if a story is good, but we also have qualitative systems so that people can reorder a feed to tell us what they thought were the most important things."
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-news-feed-ranking-2014-4#ixzz30O8zMhxM
"i'm looking for this to goose the FB price per share (pps) today."
Do you think? It also could be possible they will announce a new plan to increase Mobile Ad Revenue which would also be reason for a "Goosed" stock price. I bet day trading can be a bit stressful especially if you guess wrong. Long and strong and happy as well.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Keep innovating and updating Mark!
Facebook has released an update for its Facebook Messenger app that includes a full-version bump from 4.0 to 5.0. Available for iOS and Android, the update doesn’t change the look and feel of the app, but it does add a few nifty features.
Earlier this month, Facebook started warning users that it would start transitioning its messaging service out of the main Facebook app and into the siloed Facebook Messenger app. So it makes sense that now is the right time to give the software a big update.
The main enhancements center around making it easier to send video and photos in messages. Users can now take photos from inside the app, and can also attach videos from the camera roll into messages. Facebook also streamlined the process of sending and receiving stickers, which are pumped-up emojis Facebook hopes to eventually monetize. Finally, the app’s search function was improved and now is a tad faster.