LULU has been getting pumped since its warning last mid November. You keep pumping and holding while institutions start selling is a real smart business strategy. good luck.
MOV has low P/E and strong EPS. MOV either get bought out or they will go private as well if the Wall Street keeps on manipulating its stock prices. MOV beat earning two quarters in the row and yet get no love from the Wall Street. Maybe it is time for us to go private.
Money will flow into JCP investment.
just using common sense and logic.
LULU warned in mid November to lower its coming up earning and guidance for the next quarter, stock plunged to $44. 2 months later today, LULU came out and raised the guidance after hour. LULU's PR credibility is questionable now to my opinion. You don't just come out and warn about is business and lower the future guidance to make the stock plunged and two months later to raised the guidance. Do they even know about their business plan and projection at all! When stocks behave like this, you smell that the timing is ripe to set up for the big boys to unload now.
Lululemon Feels the Pinch of Bad Earnings: Now a Strong Sell
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On Jan 5, 2016, Zacks Investment Research downgraded the yoga-inspired athletic apparel company, Lululemon Athletica Inc. LULU, to a Zacks Rank #5 (Strong Sell).
What: Shares of cloud-computing company Rackspace Hosting (NYSE:RAX) slumped on Monday, driven in part by a note put out by Piper Jaffray that suggested that both Amazon's (NASDAQ:AMZN) AWS and Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Azure have gained mindshare among CIOs.
So what: According to Piper Jaffray's recent survey of 135 CIOs, AWS gained 130 basis points of mindshare from competitors since the previous survey last year. The firm points to AWS' functionality, scalability, fast pace on innovation, and developer loyalty as the key drivers of the mindshare gains. According to the survey, 87% of CIOs intended to spend more on AWS in 2016 compared to 2015.
Microsoft's Azure cloud platform was also a big winner, gaining 810 basis points of mindshare. Piper Jaffray sees Azure as the only meaningful threat to AWS, although the firm points to heavy marketing as one of the drivers of Azure's growth. These gains in mindshare for both AWS and Azure came at the expense of smaller players like Rackspace.
Now what: Shares of Rackspace have declined by more than 50% over the past year, in part due to fears that the company will be unable compete with larger players like Amazon and Microsoft in the long run. Rackspace has focused on offering superior customer serviceOO, as opposed to trying to compete solely on price, and while the strategy makes sense, investors don't seem so sure.
Whether CIO mindshare has any predictive power at all when it comes to the cloud-computing market remains to be seen. Rackspace is still growing at a healthy pace, posting 10.7% year-over-year revenue growth during its latest quarter. That's peanuts compared to the growth of Amazon's AWS, but Rackspace certainly isn't falling apart. Only time will tell whether the smaller company can compete with Amazon and Microsoft in the long run.
A stock for greedy investors
The world's biggest tech company forgot to show you something, but a few Wall Street analysts and the Fool didn't miss a beat: There's a small
Sentiment: Strong Buy
ARRY is next.
Large institutions own nearly $5 dollars a share by millions of shares. CEO has to be under heat and pressure right now to tell everyone how he plans to improve shareholders value and its business.
I bought JCP was down from low $10 to $7 in 2013. JCP has made big progress by closing down unproductive stores and keep the ones that generate the most traffic and focus more on online business. Furthermore, JCP cut pensions to save over a billion dollars. JCP's credit rating continuously improved over the last two years. People hate JCP because the stock has not moved much even after all the progress and good news. You want to buy stocks that are most hated with fear just like Warren Buffett says as a way to succeed in investments. I added 20,000 shares more of JCP at $7.22.
People hate the oil sector and are so afraid of the oil sector which means it is time to start building the position and to add.
most of shale companies in U.S. convert their oil to gas over the last 6 months will help them to get through this tough period because I anticipate the stronger demand on natural gas and margin this quarter.
Don't forget that Europe has entered their QE programs. Europe market was up earlier in the day which indicates the money from QE is getting put to work. Meanwhile China market is going to stabilize and recover. Market is quite oversold. We shall see a few hundred points rebound in the next two days.
Union Speech by Obama tomorrow follow by oil price rebound . Had a phone conversation with a banking friend of mine predicts the market rebound in the next 3 days.
any stock's P/E is less than 5 is consider a great stock to invest.
Ask yourself will you really skip using protection gloves and protection suits just because China's Yuan drop. Regardless of the world currency war, people will still buy protection gloves and protection suits to keep away from virus and diseases.
I like to see more insiders from Rackspace to step up and buy more shares to back up supporting their director confidence.
I did some research. It was my mistake. It was a rumor back in last May, 2015 that IBM was interested in buying Rackspace at $50 a share. However, Rackspace did deny the rumor. Since then the director loaded up large amount of shares purchase last August at high $29 a share. So far, the director has lost over $400K dollars. However, it is encouraging to see insider purchased such large amount of shares at near $30 dollars a share. He does not even sell after the stock zoomed over $40 dollars a share.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Where have you been rgargarino2001? Many industries and companies in U.S. started cutting fat by laying off staffs, closing stores and keep good inventory control to improve their operation efficiency and profit since summer 2015. As much as U.S. Shale facing pressured by the price of oil, but they have also done the same the past 6 months, by layoff, shifting from oil to natural gas, but also through mergers and buyout. I do agree the market faces big crash if we are not prepared, but we have been prepared for slow growth through 2015. U.S. is well positioned and prepared for slow growth as everyone has been warned. Banks are more careful with their lending and much more healthier through audits and stress tests. Europe has just started their Q/E and entering their improving stage like what U.S. had gone through the past few years. Market maybe rich in value and due for a correction, but don't expect a crash.