First off..you can't buy options at night for equities....Second, loads of uncertainty are looming for Russia - Crimea and the US with possible sanctions. 3rd, staying in CASH is the safest move here IMHO..
In a note released Friday, Pacific Crest made some comments on decreasing usage from Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) users older than “young teens.”
Pacific Crest cites PCS 1Q Consumer Technology Survey , which consists of more than 1,300 respondents age 18 and over.
34 percent of users aged 18-29 are using Facebook more -- up from 18 percent in 1Q13.
14 percent of users aged 30-39 are using Facebook less -- down from 29 percent in 1Q13.
Older age groups may show similar trends in future, Pacific Crest said.
Shares of Facebook are down 1.1 percent to $68.05 in Friday's session.
First, I have all of the Wall Street screens at my desk. Anything I post here is from those screens, these price projections are based on 1 minute live screens which exclude any MACRO negative news such as Russia and the Ukraine situation. Any high momentum stock can change on a dime, nobody can control this. Predicting the algorithms of computer generated trade machines is highly unpredictable. All I see are the ticks in real time. I share my info with anybody who wants to read them. I am not a GURU just another Day Trader. If I project a futuristic price, it is all JMHO. You can follow or not follow my trades. For 2014 I am all in the black playing with the house's cash. Finally, we are all in this together short or long. As always I wish all of my colleagues the best in their trades. NOW let's go on and enjoy!!
can anybody answer this? He should be celebrating or maybe he has a LONG position sweating it out. I don't know....................All I know is PALM Beach is a paradise and 2014 will be a fabulous year for my trades..........
You see Subtrader..you can't even lift these quotes...do you think that my small 1K+ trades can influence traders in this forum? Am I the FB Guru?....people make up their own minds I don't control anybody. They all go up and down my friend, you are their hero at present....GL
Russia is not going to liquidate or influence 200 billion in US Bonds to vanish..they'd be screwing themselves...
A drop at the opening could put you at 67 next....they all go down and up..one is a winner the other a loser.
from Putin....they will never redeem them and screw up the macro situation..
I think that a 70 pin might set up for tomorrow..the 65 W-Calls are toast at the moment
with the NAZ down 73 points....Vix at 16.48...no market panic there....short term bottom-maybe..let's see the close..
Facebook Inc. is taking another small, cautious step toward online video ads which analysts have said would make the company even more profitable but could also potentially spark a user backlash.
Facebook (FB) on Thursday said it will begin posting 15-second premium video ads from select advertisers. Users can expect to see the ads in the next few months, the company said.
"Each 15-second video ad will start playing without sound as it appears on screen and stop if people scroll past," the company said in a blog post. "If people tap the video, it will expand into a full-screen view and sound will start."
Facebook had said in December that the company had started testing the ads.
"We'll roll out premium video ads slowly and monitor how people interact with them," Facebook said. "This limited introduction allows us to concentrate our efforts on a smaller number of advertisers with high-quality campaigns to create the best possible experience on Facebook ."
Facebook's cautious approach is based on concerns that video ads could turn off users. But analysts have long pointed to video ads as another potential growth catalyst for the social network.
"This is very positive for the stock," Topeka Capital analyst Victor Anthony told MarketWatch. "Rollout was/is slow because Facebook wants to ensure that the user experience will not be disrupted. With this launch they are communicating that they now feel comfortable that the user experience will not be compromised."
IDC analyst Crawford Del Prete also portrayed Facebook's cautious approach as a smart decision.
"While they may not be moving fast, I think they are being thoughtful about monetization of their network in innovative ways," IDC analyst Crawford Del Prete told MarketWatch.
The broad market inclusive of the SPX stocks in its index are back filling too..
Subtrader..so I'm as perfect as you guy....but well ahead for 2014.....this is what counts-right?