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  • LinkedIn (LNKD +5.9%), Groupon (GRPN +2.6%), Baidu (BIDU +6%), and Weibo owner Sina (SINA +12.1%) have also received a lift (previously) from Facebook's reported IPO plans. So has Google (GOOG +2.1%), perhaps out of a belief that Facebook's high IPO valuation (rumored financial data suggests a trailing P/E in the 70-90 range) would make the search giant look cheap by comparison.  [View news story]
    Im confused how does a facebook ipo help lnkd or any of the stocks that jumped?
    Jan 27, 2012. 10:58 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Whitney Tilson, who reversed his bearish stance on Netflix (NFLX +21.7%) last fall after missing the stock’s huge drop, takes a victory lap after the stock’s spike following stronger-than-expected Q4 results. In a letter to his followers, he praises the "complete turnaround" in NFLX’s streaming video subscribers while ridiculing bears. J.C. Penney (JCP +17.2%) is lookin' good too.  [View news story]
    Crazy bet of the year nflx too 200 by july
    Jan 26, 2012. 06:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What To Short In 2012 [View article]
    There are many plugins for Firefox that stop google ads and other similar ad sites. There is nothing illegal about it.
    Jan 10, 2012. 09:33 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A few headlines from across the pond hitting the wires into the close: Senior EU officials expect a debt restructuring deal between Greece and its private creditors to be announced next week. The haircut is expected to be the 50% hoped for at the Oct. 27 summit. Sources say the EU is prepared to drop the fiction that the haircut is voluntary, possibly bringing CDS payouts into play.  [View news story]
    How many times does one have to make an agreement? Did someone sigh their name wrong and they need to fly in again at some luxury resort?
    Jan 10, 2012. 09:33 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Despite Netflix (NFLX +8.2%) rising over 30% already this year, Whitney Tilson reckons the stock "should go crazy to the upside." Tilson gives four reasons: the Street overreacted to the downside; Netflix is an easy acquisition for large players; its new services in the U.K. and Ireland; and U.S. subscriber growth is growing again.  [View news story]
    yes a lot of people hVe amazon web service accounts and use them to tunnel NFLX, im surprised they are not banned. Surely the content owners know about these out of country axs...
    Jan 10, 2012. 09:33 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Josh Brown hooks us up with an interesting spreadsheet created by a messageboard contributor. The project will track the performance of the 10 most-loved and most-hated stocks of Wall Street's analyst community. Very early in 2012, the most-hated stocks have the edge in total return, led by Netflix's (NFLX) near 23% gain.  [View news story]
    Im worried NFLX might pop with the new forage into the UK...
    Jan 9, 2012. 04:40 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • UniCredit's (UNCFF.PK) €7.5B ($9.5B) capital raising looks to be in further trouble after trading in the rights to buy into the share issue, which began today, were suspended and indicated -37.5%. The development doesn't bode well for other lenders that need to raise cash. UniCredit -11.2% in Milan.  [View news story]
    For how many days cana a bank drop 10%+ every day, and not die... surely if this continues Unicredit will be dead by the weekend..
    Jan 9, 2012. 04:37 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why '2 Billion Hours' Only Strengthens The Netflix Short Case [View article]
    Why are they buying nflx now and not in december?
    Jan 6, 2012. 06:10 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Netflix (NFLX +6.9%) shares are soaring, making it not only the best performing stock in the S&P 500 today but for the year so far, up 22%-plus on no news. The stock that had been "the plaything of momentum traders" last year apparently has resumed its old role, Mark Gongloff cracks.  [View news story]
    !hy did it jump today?
    Jan 6, 2012. 06:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • German new industrial orders -4.8% M/M in November vs. +5% in October and -1.7% forecast. Foreign orders -7.8%, domestic orders -1.1%. The euro takes a dive from earlier highs and is now -0.1% vs. the dollar.  [View news story]
    Was all this eurozone madness worth it Germany?
    Jan 6, 2012. 08:50 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why We Shouldn't Guarantee All Bank Deposits [View article]
    The Australian government guarantees all deposits and everything fine here - no crisis, low unemployment.
    Jan 6, 2012. 04:23 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Now, Everyone Loves Netflix [View article]
    while I agree with all your comments, it is especially worthy of note that no comparison or percentage was fgiven. I am continually amazed at how much attention and jumping NFLX still man ages to attract and pump up the price.
    Jan 5, 2012. 03:12 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • New World Order: Brazil Becomes World's 6th Largest Economy [View article]
    Given france is only a fracction aahead of the uk, brzil should pass it within a year aswell.
    Dec 29, 2011. 10:12 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sony Could Regain Its Previous Glory [View article]
    The psx vita will fail jjust like ninrendos latest effort the nds d3, for the simple reason that phones are fast becoming the new mmobile gaming platform. Granted most android and phone games are quite bland this will improve.

    That leaves the psx3 and its next generation as the only unique property belonging to sony exclusively. All tvs, phones are fast coming commodities, they all are starting to look the ssame aas their cocompetitors. Televisions and phones will all be running android soon enough, so why would anyone pay a premium ffor a Sony tv?
    Dec 29, 2011. 05:34 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Shares Of Sony Not Jumping Anytime Soon [View article]
    The main problem is there is too much competition in all of sony's markets, as demonstrated in the article with its tv example. The only u ique market for sony iis co soles. The psx vita will bbe surpasses by the phone and android soon enff. Nintendo will continue to fade, there will be no mmore handhelds, unless they come up with a pphone.
    Dec 29, 2011. 05:33 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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