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  • Fidelity reportedly working on new low-cost exchange [View news story]
    If anything costs for the little guy are going to go up. Trading commissions for the little guy and institutional accounts are at rock bottom, and the HFT controversy is only designed to either self promote new products, or to get institutions out of the machines .... ie ... Wall St. makes more money..
    Apr 10 02:38 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Target warns in filing that data breach could be worse than reported so far [View news story]
    Gregg W. Steinhafel CEO @TGT made $21 million last year... sends his CTO to take the knife, when she probably walked out saying "i told you so"...meanwhile, instead of going public, they just hide the dirt deep in the 10-k like Congress does and hopes nobody actually reads it.... Americans need to wake up.... they want to make Wall Street into villains... but what happens when a CEO of a major retailer knows about a security breach and decides to do nothing and a bad guy walks away with personal information of 70 million customers....? Really he should go to jail.
    Mar 14 09:48 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Report: Target fiddled while the breach burned [View news story]
    Holiday sales > beats customer protection ...
    Mar 13 03:48 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Taking their time, Fannie and Freddie plunge on wind-down proposal [View news story]
    Nothing like a little market manipulation.....
    Mar 11 06:56 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Digging into K-Cup data [View news story]
    GMCR margins are evaporating... that's going to catch up at some point...
    Mar 7 04:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Democrats push forward with call for higher minimum wage [View news story]
    The biggest threat to the economy is deflation ...a higher minimum wage could help offset that as well as the $78 billion the government is spending on Food Stamps ... there will definitely be some losers, and technology will continue to replace unskilled workers, but that's going to happen anyway. We are all playing musical chairs to some extent... whether you're making $100k or $10/hr....
    Mar 5 10:14 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Target CIO resigns [View news story]
    CEO Gregg W. Steinhafel should be fired as well. He has no honor, being half dishonest about the original breach, even when security experts had already said it was more widespread, taking the road of denial, before finally being more forthcoming 30 days later as Wall Street requires transparency. How many days did he let customers use their credit cards knowing they had a problem? He also understaffed his customer service team making it impossible for people to cancel their Red Cards for at least a week. Why should shareholders feel he's capable of leading them?
    Mar 5 09:55 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Alibaba reportedly opting for U.S. IPO; Yahoo rises [View news story]
    Don't forget, Alibaba has an agreement that it has the right to buy half of YHOO Alibaba stake at the IPO price, which they will most likely definitely execute....this gives Alibaba a little incentive to want to be valued on the lower side.... which is why I believe CEO Jack Ma likes that $100-$150 bln number... Softbank SFTBF has nearly a 40% stake in Alibaba.. and has been weighed down by its Sprint investment... is another one to consider in the Alibaba IPO trade.. ...I think both stocks have upside... in the case of YHOO .. you're basically have a very modest valuation being accounted for its own current business and the April quarter will be important after January's letdown.... .and SFTBF is at least 20% undervalued based on the SOTP analysis alone....
    Mar 1 07:58 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Target Shrugs Off The Naysayers To Charge Higher [View article]
    CEO Gregg W. Steinhafel should be fired. He handled the data crisis poorly, and as a previous REDCard holder, we've found that living without Target is the best shopping decision we've made in years. Unfortunately, guys like Steinhafel will get rewarded for simply being mediocre.......
    Feb 28 10:03 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Icahn blasts eBay's CEO, board in letter; shares gain [View news story]
    eBay would be better off without Andreessen and Cook on the Board, but I don't believe Paypal would be better off separated from eBay.
    Feb 24 08:21 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Secret Code To The Apple Cash Vault [View article]
    Tim Cook might be a good X and O type guy but he lacks the vision of future technology. For Apple to grow it needs exceptional products and nothing has really changed since Jobs death. Apple is close to being out of touch with younger consumers. Seniors fill the stores....Apple needs it's sexy back and waiting once a year for disappointments is far too long.
    Feb 11 10:37 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Best Buy: Turnaround Stock With At Least 40% Rebound Potential [View article]
    The company needs to reduce SG&A a lot faster, currently 10% of sales and overcome a weak product channel in the first half of yr. I think at $1.80 ish in earnings for year upside is limited.
    Feb 11 10:24 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • K-Cup + Coke = Huge Green Mountain Potential -- Today's Rise Likely Just The First Step [View article]
    What has been lost is $gmcr earnings, margins, and outlook was awful yesterday.
    Feb 7 12:38 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Green Mountain +38.3% AH in response to Coca-Cola deal [View news story]
    Someone educate me how a company is worth 40% more after junk earnings, and forming a partnership that has yet to roll out a product?
    Feb 5 06:39 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • My Valuation: Why Best Buy's Stock Is Worth $49 [View article]
    I agree just about everything is already baked into BBY ... but if they don't show some market share gains on the call it might be a disappointment... certainly looking into the HHG miss BBY should have been a beneficiary as HHG did not match pricing... I haven't looked at the options, but maybe the best play is a straddle going into the conf. call... there's a lot of "hope" needed to be long this stock... negative sales growth, negative eps growth, and an unfavorable product cycle ...it's either going to be worse than expected... or not as bad and the stock i think could be a 5%+ swing in either direction...
    Feb 1 12:16 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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