MM was a little late to the game, but the Metaresolver and Jumptap deals were right on target along with the Appnexus partnership to create MMX.
contract issues happen all the time. The sell off based on this one-time issue is a prime buying opportunity.
as usual not much help. You kinda have to short it before the news occurs to get the benefit. Is 2.2M really worthy of a selloff?
Better than a stick in the eye, but raising guidance due to tax benefits don't usually translate into stock gains.
MM is definitely undervalued but how do you suggest a stock growing at 150% should be trading lower? Based on comparable multiples, my guess is that FUEL should easily double or triple from here.
and forgot to add that those 2 stations add the ability for 200 total trucks. Most importantly, it now allows the mom and pop truck drivers in those areas to add a few trucks here and there once the station is open.
At this point I'm not so sure that CLNE wouldn't be better off opening all of the stations and allowing all the small deals to take place. The whole chicken and egg conversation, but requiring 20 trucks before opening a station will no doubt stunt the growth in some areas. It definitely prevents the tests of the 1-2 trucks in areas.
exactly, but u won't get the announcements when Rave say adds 5 more trucks here and there.... Probably only need 10 of these type announcements for the 20% growth.
Talk about ignorance is bliss. The mall owner reconverted those stores so the sales process has nothing to do with whether the store is profitable or not. It all has to do with the economic benefits of keeping the store or selling it at the price offered. Clearly the deal was too good to pass on.
That WSJ forgot to focus on the real details and instead rehashed an old theory that doesn't hold much water. Keep shorting and see what happens.
yeah, but that wasn't his point. It isn't physically possible for 100% CNG at this point and the Piper research doesn't even show that either. Not to mention, those highway stations can be converted to CNG. The real point is that CLNE is somewhat agnostic as long as the country moves to nat gas as a fuel.
b/c even when people following the stock knows he is wrong and even investor relations points out that 75% of the revenue comes from CNG, the market still fears he might be right. Not to mention, half the people selling probably have no clue that he is very, very, very, very, very wrong.
Ignorance is bliss. DH14 is still listed at the #8 top grossing game on the iPhone. Wow... it slipped to 2nd on the downloads, but it isn't going to stay #1 on that part. Candy Crush is still the top grossing game, but it is only 11 in downloads.
Well I'd give up hope... GLUU at $10 appears very unlikely unless DH14 hits a top 5 grossing game for months.
Looks like Piper is the only analyst smart enough to realize that INVN won business with AAPL... its only a matter of figuring out what business.