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  • How Much Lower Until Facebook Finds A Bottom? Lower Than You Think [View article]
    Facebook is here to stay but I believe its only worth buying when its market cap is around $20 billion dollars. At one point Myspace was priced at $20 billion dollars but later on it was sold for less than a $1 billion dollars. There are lot of downside potentials on Social Networking sites. Facebook is here to stay for the long term since it has lot of crossing sharing fuctions with millions/billions of websites around the world.
    Aug 19 12:23 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia: It Is Time To Buy This Severely Undervalued Stock [View article]
    I know Nokia is a Excellent long term investment but just want it to hit rock bottom like $2 dollars per share, but the stock is showing some great resistance in the past few weeks. (better if I can get it for a Dollar)
    Jun 6 10:11 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia: It Is Time To Buy This Severely Undervalued Stock [View article]
    PedroG, glad you got Apple at $37 dollars, It will take Apple some time before it goes as high as $1000 dollars from current price, but there is more chance of Nokia jumping from $2.5 to $5 dollars in shorter time period if Nokia and Microsoft are able to capture mobile market share. Also if Windows 8 sells well then its also worth buying Nokia since there is positive correalation between WM7 and W8. Nokia share have dropped from $40 dollars in the past few years, somewhat confident that it can jump back to $5 dollars.
    Jun 6 10:08 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Smart Grid: Is It Finally Time To Invest? [View article]
    Good article, could you recommend some new companies that possibialy may be investing in renewable engery and are publically traded. There are few in the California such as Bloom Box Energy (not public), First Solar or even Tesla. It's good to go long on IBM but I don't see any short term gains on it solely based on the fact that its investing in renewable energy since it is a mature company and the companies is involved in number of other operations besides renewable energy. I'm big IBM fan.
    Jun 6 09:49 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Best Buy: True To Its Name [View article]
    I havn't been to a best buy since 2010, I don't see the point of buying the stock with a market cap of 6 billion dollars. Also CEO resigned, no one at the company is showing much confidence.
    May 21 10:46 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • I Told You So: Facebook's Ugly IPO Debut [View article]
    Facebook says it has 800 million active facebook users, 500 on mobile. It means most of its revenue is being made from the 300 million users that are not mobile. Revenues can improve by 5/3 or 166% or even 322% in the most optimisitc case . In the most optimistic case the P/E is still stuck around 34.66, when ever facebook is able increase its annual revenues to about 13 billion dollars. Google P/E ratio is at 18, with about $40 billion dollar in annual sales. Also there may be still some growth left in terms of more users making facebook accounts but that would in third world countries where ad revenue may not be as attractive as the ad revenue in the United States. P/E ratio for Linkedin is above 600, are aliens playing to go social as well?
    May 19 03:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Congratulations - A Nokia Bankruptcy Is Baked Into The Price Already [View article]
    How much would common shareholders get if Nokia declares bankruptcy? Would US laws apply in Finland? I agree with maxidog that Nokia could have done a better job capturing model market share if it had gone with Android instead of Microsoft. Android soft ecosystem could have given Nokia good boost. I don't see the reason of Micorsoft buying Nokia either since it has partnerships with number of other handset makers that sell WM7 devices. Yet, Nokia is the strongest partner Microsoft has in the Mobile business, Nokia did once control most of the mobile market share.
    May 17 03:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Facebook (FB) has agreed to purchase a portion of the patents and patent applications Microsoft (MSFT) acquired from AOL for $550M in cash. Facebook will receive 650 of AOL's patents and applications through the deal, while Microsoft will hold onto 275, as well as a license to the ones it's selling. Microsoft paid $1.056B for AOL's portfolio, reportedly trumping a Facebook offer in the process.  [View news story]
    facebook is just grocery shopping before it becomes the next myspace.
    Apr 23 08:09 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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