Would you guys please stop buying this anytime it falls to $69.40? It's time to give back oh, about half the $9.50 IACI gained today. They just reorganized guys. Who cares?
Never said the reaction was logical. Someone on Fast Money said, you don't hesitate to put a cellphone powered by a lithium ion battery, to your ear. Would you put a cellphone powered by a tank of a gasoline up to your ear? No way. But the market overreacts. Gotta love it!
Why would anyone want to acquire a risk asset like TSLA, with its 1,000,000 P/E ratio, right before Bernanke speaks? That's what's happening.
Love the electric car, but if someone posts just one more video of the car on fire, we see 120. I know it's been about a month since that's happened. That's my point.
Low so far, 57.86. We're almost there. I was right, I was right, I was right.
Not that I would brag or anything.
Let's do the math, shall me? We start at 54.30 on Wednesday. ADBE rallies to 61.30 afterhours on Friday. That's 7 points up. 3.5 down takes us back to gee, 57.80. The Big Boys already know that. That's why they're not buying here at 59.30. They know it's going to give up another point and a half. Smart people wait.
FORTUNE -- The attached screen grab comes from a website owned by a subsidiary of China Mobile Limited (CHL) in Suzhou, a city of 5 million just west of Shanghai.
The site went live late Monday local time, when it began taking pre-orders for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.
It was the first concrete evidence that a distribution deal -- six years in the making -- between Apple (AAPL) and the world's largest mobile carrier has been consummated.
With its 740 million subscribers, China Mobile is both Apple's biggest holdout and its biggest prize.
If the carrier is orchestrating a soft launch to work out the kinks, Suzhou is not a bad place to stage it. It's one of the richest cities in China, with a sizable population of smartphone users who would not only know about the iPhone, but could probably afford it.
In Downtown Santa Monica, the Verizon store and the Sprint Store are sold out of the iPhone 5S. The Apple store on the 3d Street Promenade has iPhones for all carriers, and is packed with customers.
Why? The pop was yesterday. Today will be a slow slide to the mid 60's.
Did you not watch FAst MOney last night? Karen Finerman shorted more GMCR.
TTS will rock tomorrow morning. If I were short, I would not wait to cover, could be explosive. Gotham's allegations are just poppycock.
No, actually it will open around $15, then close near $21. IT's just an accusation from a short seller. That's why 4,000,000 shares were purchased after hours
Priceline reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Thursday.
The company also announced that it will split the role of CEO and chairman and promote Darren Huston to President and CEO. Jeffery H. Boyd, who had been president and CEO, will remain as chairman.
The company's shares briefly fell after the announcement but later wavered. (Click here to track the company's shares.)
The online travel company posted third-quarter earnings excluding items of $17.30 per share, up from earnings of $12.40 a share in the year-earlier period.
Revenue increased to $2.27 billion from $1.71 billion a year ago.
Analysts had expected Priceline to report a profit of $16.15 per share on $2.22 billion in revenue, according to a consensus estimate from Thomson Reuters.