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  • Tesla Motors loses battle in Michigan [View news story]
    Can we bring the T-mall here, screw all the political bullshit.
    Oct 21 03:12 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Retirement Investing For Income ONLY: Doing It The Right Way [View article]
    Awesome, I'm 23 and I'm feeling like it's never too early to get started
    Oct 21 09:22 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Retirement Investing For Income ONLY: Doing It The Right Way [View article]
    Don't spare me, please share. No sarcasm by the way.
    Oct 21 12:55 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • China Q3 GDP slows to 7.3% [View news story]
    Workers demanding higher wages, a more competitive environment all-around for all their industries and a huge balloon in real estate caused by the greed of new money. I ain't surprised ya'll.
    Oct 21 02:43 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Android May End Up Being More A Fount Of Troubles Than A Fount Of Revenues For Google [View article]
    1K?... Even if Google isn't making any money off the Android phones it just proved that if you copy someone's product and change a few designs with a lower price people will flock to buy it. Yes, they made mistakes with their service and lack of software development for their phone but that's a mistake another competitor (who will surely come) won't make. The article made some great points on the surprising lack of profit that came from Android sales... but as the author said, Apple's trying to oust Google completely from their software even though Google is the most popular search engine in the world and has been around for almost a few decades now. Bad plan in my opinion, reminds me of when Apple tried to become "unique" and decided to have different software from everyone else, we all know how that went.
    Nov 30 03:04 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Facebook Audaciously Reveals The Holy Grail And Emerges A Buy [View article]
    Or.... VRNG can work with both companies it isn't "selling out" if you're selling a technology that make both companies' revenues much higher. Bigger slice of a bigger pie.
    Nov 29 10:07 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple beats estimates, issues strong guidance [View news story]
    Isn't his net worth somewhere around 18-20bn? What the hell...
    Oct 21 05:55 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Passive Or Active Better? [View article]
    Great article, I completely agree. It's easy to say that in hindsight that holding a large/various classes of assets is the way to go, especially in the long run, but how about accounting for defaults? All I got from Merriman is that you shouldn't invest money you aren't prepared to lose, which is like saying expect the worst but hope for the best. Useful? No. Thank you for the insights, I look forward to reading your future articles.
    Oct 21 08:19 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Chipotle Mexican Grill beats by $0.31, beats on revenue [View news story]
    When I was in high school I ate at Chipotle every single day, I thought it was friggin delicious. Then I went to college, grew up and learned to cook. the end.
    Oct 21 02:46 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Update: Netflix Q3 2014 Earnings [View article]
    This is literally a repeat of another article. The only thing added is a graph and some shallow comparisons to completely different companies...
    Oct 21 02:41 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Netflix Is The Billionaires' Bet [View article]
    It's nice not having a stake in NFLX. It's such an interesting company because it's definitely the vanguard for all streaming sites but man, since when should anyone care if some billionaire is holding a stake in said company. Their insights are useful and probably wise in some cases but at the end of the day they're not going to reveal what they actually think or lay out their intentions in plain terms. This is just the kind of hype that's going to inflate NFLX again.
    Oct 20 07:57 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Can Google Move Beyond Search? [View article]
    The market for "wearables" doesn't seem very big, honestly I think it's very small in terms of the number of buyers who could potentially lead the way for such product launches. I agree that the wearables would be supplements to a phone, computer, etc., but in a sense it's also a inter-competitive product for most consumers. What I'm trying to say is unless the wearables are significantly cheaper than a smart phone, many consumers are likely to be hesitant in purchasing something that they may not even need. I use the word need very loosely because of course no one needs a smart phone, but as the market has become what it is today, being made up of mainly smart phones, that need has been driven into the normalcy of everyday life. I just don't see the same thing happening for a watch that doesn't uniquely do anything.
    Oct 20 07:49 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple beats estimates, issues strong guidance [View news story]
    It'll be cool to see AAPL reach that point but that's a really bold statement only someone like Icahn could make.. do you know if he has a long position in said company?
    Oct 20 07:40 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ignore The 25% Crash, Netflix's Results Aren't Nearly As Bad As They Look [View article]
    It's the 20th now, when I posted NFLX was at about $345, now it's trading consistently above $360. Good example of an overreaction of the market following hopeful expectations anyone?
    Oct 20 02:43 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ignore The 25% Crash, Netflix's Results Aren't Nearly As Bad As They Look [View article]
    I've always hated this stock. There's too much media input into its price (Cuban, Icahn, random media reports, etc.). I can only think of a few stocks that have been hyped up so much. I like the article on raising points that the sell-off was most likely an over-reaction, but personally, I would never hold a long position for NFLX, especially because as mentioned in the article, its trading ridiculously above earnings. I think a smart move would be to wait for another day to get a better idea on what the dealers are doing and if it starts moving in an upward trend, buy like crazy. Though it'll still be probably be overvalued, I'm sure there are many retail investors holding out and hoping that the next quarter will make up for the crash, which would aid in a price increase if demand starts to grow again. Also, I actually agree with Cuban that NFLX will probably be purchased in the future. We'll see I guess.
    Oct 17 06:13 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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