You will see lots of investors selling tomorrow because no one wants to hold over weekend. Just to much negativity out there and we all know Spy is sitting at all time highs. My suggestion (if you are long) is to sell you position today or in AH or if your not in over your head - sell half you Spy long position. When the market corrects in correct hard and fast and Spy will rocket lower.
I expect to do well going forward. Buying under $3 a share is very low risk since the downside is pennies but the upside is huge. Ngaz could double in near future but timing is everything. Of course you have to buy and hold and not sit on the sidelines. So make your move NOW.
and when Russian troops invade Eastern Ukraine this week, the DOW drops 500 points and keeps falling,
Speaking on "Fox News Sunday," House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers said Russia has moved some of its most advanced equipment into South Ossetia, a disputed region near the border of Georgia and Russia. "No reason to do that," the chairman said. "The Georgian army really poses no threat. That’s certainly concerning." Rogers also said Russia is conducting "covert influence operations" in eastern Ukraine with intelligence officials special forces "to foment this notion that the Russians should come in." "There is no way that I would take that as any sign other than he is looking for a way to find his land bridge from Crimea to Transnistria along the northern Baltic Sea area, which is right along the Moldova and Ukraine border," Rogers said.
Putin now in "full offensive mode" to get back the old USSR and push Obama next to Jimmy Carter "as one of the weakest" President's we have ever had as far as national defense.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Since Lavrov has nothing to offer the West except broken promises, lies and out right distortion. Putin will claim he did everything he could to negotiate in good faith, but the "West" is inflexible. Read on and realize Putin wants all of Ukraine and not just bits and pieces.
That call from Putin to Obama did little to reassure U.S. officials that Russia is not planning to invade Ukraine after its annexation of Crimea that the west has condemned as illegal and a violation of Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity. The United States and Europe have imposed sanctions on senior Russian officials in response, sparking reciprocal moves from Moscow. In the interview with Russian television, Lavrov called the sanctions a "dead-end" strategy that would not achieve results and accused the west of hypocrisy. He said it was inconsistent for the west to refuse to recognize Crimea's annexation, which followed a referendum on joining Russia that was overwhelmingly approved, while at the same time accepting the new government in Kiev, which was formed after the pro-Moscow president fled the country.
"If they are willing to accept the first event as legitimate, then surely they are obliged to acknowledge the second," Lavrov told Russia's Channel One television.
The two sides remain far apart, a situation underscored by the fact that the White House and the Kremlin offered starkly different summaries of the Obama-Putin call, which occurred while Obama was traveling in Saudi Arabia.
Because we know come Monday Tvix will be flying over $12 a share on news that Putin wants the Baltic States after taking over Ukraine.
Agree OD. This "guppy" will be very happy holding uvxy when Putin says "I want all of Ukraine" by marching soldiers into Eastern Ukraine. Of course king_phisher123 being a short and missing a few brain cells, might see other wise. But we're used to him always losing $$$$
Yes - you read that right when you add in potential buying customers from New Jersey, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, New Jersey and now potentially New York. And we no the banning of Tesla electric cars won't stop with New York taking action against Tesla. No way since more states will follow banning the sales of Tesla electric cars. Look for half the United States by end of year prohibiting the sales of Tesla cars, due to state lawmakers protecting auto dealerships.
Agreed. And you're not even factoring in any new games Zynga will come out with later this year. Oh, and last I checked Candy Crush had no interest in online gambling overseas or in the U.S. Candy Crush is a good company but some what a one trick pony. Zynga on the other hand will be a big player in online gaming and online gambling for decades to come.
Now how far do you think Tesla stock drops when law makers in New York State ban the sales of Tesla cars. My guess is when news hits that New York will restrict the sales of Tesla cars, Tesla stock drops below $60 a share and possibly keeps falling. You can't have Texas, New Jersey, New York, Virginia, Colorado, etc. all banning Tesla car sales and expect this stock to trade over $60 a share. Going to get ugly real quick for "little Tesla".
Colorado has banned Tesla sales so its becoming obvious that liberal states like CO and New Jersey are banning Tesla electric car sales and conservative states like Texas, Arizona and Virginia are also banning Tesla auto sales. When you get a big cross sections of States in U.S. banning Tesla auto sales - look out because other states will follow and also restrict Tesla sales in their states. Look for New York to be next in line to ban Tesla auto sales. And should that happen we drop below $100 a share in the flash of an eye.
Stock tanking in Europe market and we will see big volume today as sellers sell to cash in there profit.
so Zuckerberg has to throw 19 billion dollars on the wall and hope it sticks. Problem is Zuckerberg can't throw worth squat due to lack of muscle tissue and arm strength. He only has enough arm movement to sign away 4 billion in FB cash and 15 billion in company stock. Sad but nerds just don't like physical exertion.
Great post - Justkeepushin. After reading your link I sold my FB shares. No reason to hold when the majority of talking heads say Facebook is throwing good money after bad in some desperation move to save its scalp. Mark could of picked up Whatapps for 10 to 12 billion but since he CEO and majority share holder of his own company, he can foolish bets and pay way beyond what anyone else would pay for Whatsapp. Facebook now has the "green light" to nose dive since its now 19 billion (more in debt) with a CEO who answers to no one.
People in power who are desperate, do desperate things. This 19 Billion dollar buy on FB part was pure desperation to fend off (or buy) the enemy. But Mark can't buy every company out their trying to take a piece of the FB action. In fact Mark just told everyone in the world that he is will to pay far beyond what a company is worth, so he can keep his own little FB kingdom. It won't last though and in a year or two FB will be in decline and some one else out there will replace Zukerberg and one of the worst CEO in the world.
Man, this is scary stuff if your long FB. I mean if this "gamble" and it is a pure gamble goes the wrong way FB stock could fall to single digits. Not saying it will, but am saying FB might just of cut off its nose spite its face. Or shall we say Mark just spent his nest egg in one big swoop. And I don't think its going to end pretty.