2016 is not the year for FANG
without FANG market in big red for 2015
stocks are doing well one year will not outperform the next year
2016 is for the beaten up sectors to shine like the oil, the gold, the emerging market
watch and see ....
what did i tell ya? Sell googl right AH after ER for 835 and runnn but no?
since then stock has come down hard each day in fury -20 or -30 points/a day
now only 723 wayyyy below the pre-earning price = gotta learn to play the ER game
=== Shares of LinkedIn Corp. fell 30% after the professional online network posted a fourth-quarter loss and forecast a much weaker-than-expected 2016 as it shifts gears on its advertising strategy.
The tepid outlook reflected a slowdown in its higher-margin online sales business, economic pressure overseas and its decision to shelve an advertising product launched last year, executives and analysts said.
from ipo price 50 running up to the top 131 and not sell?
now crashing back down to ipo price in 2013
run away from loser - with big loss like this
stock will languish at this bottom price for a long time
dont average down bad beaten stock
go for the indexes to move with market as a whole
stay away from individual stock(s) with bad ER's
every single stock no matter how darling and high flying it is
will eventually come down to earth hard and go below ipo price
look at a few examples of the yesteryear darlings: ddd, gpro, etc.
sell your lnkd holding at a loss
and stash the cash to fb
always get rid of loser
and go after winner on sale
ipo opening price was 120
bottom at 60 = look like heading that way to retest the low 60 = ugley red
bad ER = stock plunge = sell and move $$$ to other quality stock on sale instead
GoPro founder and CEO Nick Woodman is an adrenaline junkie who's tried everything from surfing to race car driving.
Now he's apparently adding yet another toy to his collection. Citing unnamed sources, CNBC is reporting that Woodman has put in an order for a 180-foot yacht from Dutch yacht-builders Amels. Here's an example of the type of yacht he's buying.
Yachts of this size typically cost between $35 million and $40 million and can accommodate 14 guests plus a crew of 13. According to CNBC, the boat will have room for water sports and a helipad when complete.
Yachts usually take about two years to build, so Woodman's yacht wouldn't be ready for the water until 2017.
Woodman, who has an estimated net worth of $1.25 billion, wouldn't be the first wealthy tech exec to invest in his own yacht. Larry Page, Eric Schmidt, Mark Cuban, Larry Ellison, and Paul Allen all own yachts — though some are much bigger than others.
a new 52-week low made AH today = ugly down trend
amba, ddd, gpro complely lose investors/traders' interest
a darling of yesteryear is a dog of today = go down down
should have sold AH after ER at $835 to collect a cool $100+/share profit but no?
stock crashing down hard and today at $760 losing -$75/share from top = ouchy dummy
1,030 to 1,094 in 2 days - first trip
today back to 1,027 low again
gotta love this powerful trading vehicle