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subysti_389 4 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 22, 2016 5:57 AM Member since: Jun 21, 2006
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  • I thought the reason for Tesla to raise capital last time was for the production cost of the Model 3. I guess that money is just play money for Elon to transfer the wealth from Tesla to Solar City. Since Solar City has a massive amount in liabilities, it would not surprise me that Tesla may do another round of capital raise to dilute even more share holder's value.

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    Yahoo Needs to Buy TWTR Now

    by subysti_389 Aug 31, 2015 3:30 PM
    subysti_389 subysti_389 Sep 1, 2015 12:54 AM Flag

    To answer your question, yes I own shares in TWTR from last week @ $28/share. But I own more YHOO since $14.85. I just don't want YHOO's share price being whipped around by BABA's shares. Besides, if GOOG or FB acquires TWTR, it will be all over for YHOO for any meaningful growth in mobile. Another point is that TWTR is like a 24-hour news feed. I think the cost of TWTR is way better than hiring a Katie Couric. And YHOO doesn't even have to do a deal with ABC for their news stories because all news personalities and networks are all using TWTR.

  • subysti_389 by subysti_389 Aug 31, 2015 3:30 PM Flag

    With TWTR on board, Yahoo instantly becomes a big player in the social game. If it can successfully execute by intertwining TWTR service with its owns services (news, finance, flickr photos, sports, fantasy sports, etc.), I think it can start seeing markedly improvement in its financial results. Think of many people will start tweeting when they play the daily fantasy games. This will attract a lot of advertisers. However, I don't know if $45/share for TWTR is enough.

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    Eric "the windsock" Jackson writes good article today

    by lutts Aug 25, 2015 4:44 PM
    subysti_389 subysti_389 Aug 26, 2015 2:04 PM Flag

    Why not Yahoo just replace Mayer with Eric Jackson as CEO since he always seems to know what clicks and what doesn't.

    It is always easy to come up with a plan than executing it. He was talking about people are willing to pay $10/month to see Jon Stewart's contents. Really??? Netflix only costs $8.99/month for a wide variety of shows to stream. Why would people just pay $10/month to see one guy's creations?

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