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  • Micron: Buy The Rumor, Sell Before The News [View article]
    The current price pressure might be due to a possible reduction by Greenlight/Einhorn to give room for their recent addition of TTWO.
    Mar 28, 2014. 07:22 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Big banks sport big gains ahead of stress test results [View news story]
    What are the warrants trading under and at what market?
    Mar 5, 2014. 09:41 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Facebook Users: You Are The Product, Not The Customer; Don't Be Fooled [View article]
    A case for $1000 FB share Price!

    May 18, 2012. 03:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cisco: Financial Gauge Analysis for the October 2010 Quarter [View article]
    Next please look at the share repurchase going into employee stock option the last count indicates close to 50% of them goes to that...making their payroll bloated like the yester years of Detroit!
    Dec 12, 2010. 10:58 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Mark Thoma wonders whether Bernanke will get the message with 30 votes against - not that close, but still the most nays since Volcker's 16 thumbs-down in 1983. Megan McArdle: Whew; who'd be confirmable if not Ben? Rolfe Winkler notes the seven senators who likely wanted a campaign point: voting aye on cloture, but then switching to nay on the all-but-certain confirmation vote.  [View news story]
    As Nike once said - there is no Silver medal - There are only Winners and Losers! I guess CoolHand Ben WON & is a Winner and will not budge when it comes to Policy making! He is not a RoadKill for a few more years!
    Feb 20, 2010. 11:33 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Doubling Down on Yahoo Stock: Double Smart, or Double Dumb? [View article]
    IS it possible that sneaky old Steve Balmer is mopping up support by encouraging friendly investors to increase stake in Yahoo for the ultimate Proxy fight??

    Having kept its arrogance to its technology for the most part of the new Millenium - it looks like the emergence of Steve Balmer's true self will ultimately either upset the shareholders or push Yahoo to another Netscape like disaster. Steve's behavior is like the high school bully who tries to piss on the girl's dress when refused to go to the prom dance.

    The question should not be whether the bully can ultimately win - it should be whether Yahoo can thrive on its own- looking at its savvy investment history ( in addition to being No 1 in ,most of its areas ) - China, Japan and its original stake in Google- along with its still dominant role in attracting and retaining its visitors- the answer is a resounding YES- it is a matter of a few quarters for Yahoo to capitalise on its monetizing strategy.

    Steve - Dont you learn from what the EU did to you? Tone down your arrogance and step aside.
    Apr 11, 2008. 07:06 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment