I notice that there are a lot of 'traders' on this board, trying to time the ups/downs of YY shares in order to maximize their profits. So, I raise the question; what is the best strategy for investing in YY, trading/timing or long term buy and hold? Since 2013 YY shares have had many steep declines and many sharp rises. So, there's no doubt that traders who time the stock could make good profits for themselves. Then again, after trading/selling there's a chance that YY's shares jump and they are too high for those traders to get back in. On the other hand, over the long term, YY's shares have moved/trended only upwards, from $14 at the end of 2012 (five years ago) to $80 today. Those who invested early on and stayed for the long haul surely made money, a great return on their YY investment. So which is the better strategy, trading or long term?
SEC must wake up....how does someone load up on 9/22 calls with just 1 day left before expiration & suddenly the stock moves 5% in 1 day with no news.....that is absolute corruption gold men.
l sold my shares, buy back next week when it hits 76 range.
Day traders got a hold of it today. If will correct into the close, but it's a nice change.
something must be up!!!
YY stands for Yo Yo.
The rights offering is killing YY. It has a very unfriendly shareholder management. If you're willing to tolerate this in exchange for explosive growth then YY may be the company for you.
here we go again...up in amateur premarket then down when the big boys show up.
Only Yy can go up by 5% then down again in under 3 hours...
X axis : Stocks Price Correlation Coefficient Y axis : Quantity of stocks Sep-2016 1,000 Day Parameter 2,830 NASDAQ Stocks Price Analysis This stock mode of correlation coefficient is 0.8 In other words, the correlation coefficient of the other stock
The relatively high volume of Sep22 $65 calls is getting undue news. YY options are very thin. I think the YY market is anxious for with the cash pile - acquisition, new markets, etc.
Nice to see the more positive action, but volume is not impressive. Hopefully the big boy liquidation is done for now.
Is YY overvalued at current levels? This is so frustrating trying to find trade ideas. I've subscribed to some email newsletters which helps me with new stock ideas. https://activepennystocks1.blogspot.com is the one i like best.
I'm buying on the dip again. Love making $$$
A couple years ago they paid 300 million for a piece of land in the city business district somewhere for a future new headquarters. Maybe thats whats going on.
Jumped into AMD from YY. Best decision I've made YY down and AMD up. Last chance to get into AMD below $13.
Every time Korea shoots off a missile this stock falls. I have yet to find the reason for the correlation. Could someone explain it to me?