Newsletter provider, growth
Newsletter provider, growth
Contributor since: 2008
Company: Cabot Heritage Corporation
I believe in Netflix immensely and have written about it numerous times, as have other Cabot editors. I was merely providing a look at another company in the space and what they're doing.
If you want to read part one of this piece, you can do so here:
I'd certainly wait until AgFeed reports on August 9. I like the story, but the numbers and (especially) the chart need a lot of work. Zhongpin (HOGS) has been rallying for five weeks, but still hasn't threatened to break out of its long-term trading range. Still, HOGS had a great 2009 and FEED's rally from 1 to 8 in early 2009 shows the potential. At this point, FEED has the headroom if it can get its base built and find the spark.
jblande: Poor wording choice there. I didn't just stumble on PCLN, Cabot has been following it for years.
Thanks for all the comments. Here's the list of all 15:
• Year to Date 2009 Largest Biggest Percentage Gainers or Winners.
• Filtered Data : Buyout Stocks or Pending Buyout Stocks will not Show –
• Only Shows stocks over $2.00 with above 50,000 volume.
• As of 12/31/09 4:00pm EST
‘09 Rank Stock Price % Gain
1 Select Comfort SCSS $6.52 +2508%
2 China AgriTech CAGC $27.95 +2330%
3 Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group DTG $25.61 +2250%
4 Vanda Pharmaceuticals VNDA $11.24 +2148%
5 Avis Budget Group CAR $13.12 +1774%
6 Netlist NLST $5.19 +1690%
7 Air Transport Services Group ATSG $2.64 +1367%
8 Dana Holding Corporation DAN $10.84 +1365%
9 ValueVision Media VVTV $4.80 +1355%
10 Human Genome Sciences HGSI $30.60 +1343%
11 Telestone Technologies TSTC $19.84 +1307%
12 Valassis Communications VCI $18.26 +1283%
13 Pier 1 Imports PIR $5.09 +1276%
14 Boise Inc. BZ $5.31 +1135%
15 Uranium Energy Corp. UEC $3.78 +1119%
I recently attended a search engine optimization/search engine marketing conference and all the talk was on Google with a side of Bing. I barely heard Yahoo! mentioned at all, if that's any indication of their falling market share. The one thing I love Yahoo! for is their finance site. That is one thing the company does well.
This is definitely a niche product, as swsprime pointed out above. I think it will fit in well with people who love the printed word and are in search of hard to find books for a lower cost. Ultimately electronic readers will probably be the way of books in the (somewhat distant) future, but this is still an interesting innovation in the traditional book publishing world.