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LinkedIn: Good Company, Bad Investment
The proof is in the putting as they say... They have managed to massively grow their premium user base, their paid recruiter base, and the job posting volume.
Of course, there are some real limits on the usefulness, as all job posting sites have taught us before. But, with the social networking aspect limiting the amount of superfluous junk you see, they can both post far more in total (as content is more targeted) and charge more for it (because better targeting also makes a better recruiting experience). So, their growth potential is certainly higher than the average job listing site without the social graph to layer upon it.
Still... not enough to justify current valuations.
Jan 18, 2013. 01:33 PM
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Celsion: Breaking Down A Biotech Winner
Sorry for the delayed reply (I don't post here often -- signal to noise on seeking alpha is a little low any more -- and thus don't remember to look at the comments). Our entire portfolio is available to subscribers. Check out our different options here:
And, thank you for the kind words. The discipline is attributable to the depth of our tech research team, and so I'll pass along your comments to them.
Jan 17, 2013. 06:10 PM
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