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  • Twitter Jumps On Low Hanging Fruit - Features, Features, Features [View article]
    how about we wait until 2-3 years from now?
    Jun 27 02:57 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Dangers Of Following Celebrity Stock Picks [View article]
    For the past year, the SA experts on MU have given a lot of their precious time and effort to educate us on MU via hundreds of articles and thousands of messages. We know who those experts are.

    So far, 76 comments on this article and not a SINGLE response from the experts on MU. Speaks volume to the merits of this article.
    Jun 27 02:52 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Pump The Brakes: Micron Is Worth $18 - $22 Per Share [View article]
    For CY15 MU will do over $4 in EPS
    If investors want a piece of that, then they have a steal at current levels.
    Jun 27 10:45 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Dangers Of Following Celebrity Stock Picks [View article]
    @everyone,
    notice this author did not mention any aspects of MU's technology or the current industry conditions.

    Ask your self why?

    Answer: He doesn't understand it. Period

    If he did, I guaranteed he would be schooled up, down and all around until his pants fell down.
    Jun 27 10:42 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Dangers Of Following Celebrity Stock Picks [View article]
    @seth,
    The problem that you and the analysts seemed to miss is this. There is no capacity expansion occurring in the NAND industry. Consolidation has occurred in the dram market. NAND supplies will soon be on allocation and demand is/will make things worse.

    Margins for MU will be at or better than 30% for the next 3-5 years. It's a behemoth in terms of free cash flow. Next year, MU could be looking at $4 in EPS. if they return half that to share holders, MU could comfortably pay a 7% dividend. If they do, then MU easily takes down $50 per share.
    Jun 26 11:38 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Twitter: Unlikely To Follow Facebook's Path [View article]
    To all of you dump meisters...

    lets see, as posted in real time on these very SA threads, I'm now up on 3 of my 4 long positions on TWTR. At $40, here's where my investment in TWTR stands...

    ENTRY 1 @ $52 - DOWN 23%
    ENTRY 2 @ $39 - UP 1%
    ENTRY 3 @ $32 - UP 25%
    ENTRY 4 @ $32 - UP 25%
    ENTRY 5 @ $XX - Have yet to enter my last position

    Given the fact I'm in this thing for the next 2-3 years... I think I have a great opportunity to make massive profits in TWTR.

    TWTR goes to $149.99 in 2-3 years
    Jun 26 11:21 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Pump The Brakes: Micron Is Worth $18 - $22 Per Share [View article]
    Shock Exchange,
    first and foremost, the catering crew is all about some of the things that go on around here. While at the same time, the orangutang can really hang tough. Seeing that last year was before this year, it can only mean something to current share holders. Overall, some books had their covers damaged... but if you look real carefully, the Cama olives are green. Does this make sense? No? Join the crowd.
    Jun 26 06:07 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Groupon Attractively Priced? [View article]
    @dss,
    Thanks! I also confirmed the iOS app also has search. At least that takes care of 95% of the smartphone market. It shouldn't effect GRPN too much. However, being a Windows phone user, it will suck for me :)
    Jun 26 10:34 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Twitter Jumps On Low Hanging Fruit - Features, Features, Features [View article]
    @6269751,
    lets see, as posted in real time on these very SA threads, I'm now up on 3 of my 4 long positions on TWTR. At $40, here's where my investment in TWTR stands...

    ENTRY 1 @ $52 - DOWN 23%
    ENTRY 2 @ $39 - UP 1%
    ENTRY 3 @ $32 - UP 25%
    ENTRY 4 @ $32 - UP 25%
    ENTRY 5 @ $XX - Have yet to enter my last position

    Given the fact I'm in this thing for the next 2-3 years... I think I have a great opportunity to make massive profits in TWTR.

    Speaking of coming out of the woodwork... On the contrary, the dozens of people who bad mouthed TWTR all the way down to $30 are suddenly gone. Whats up with that? Pure signature of pump and dump daytraders. Surely if they had a true conviction that TWTR was worth $10 to $15 per share, they would be here posting, eh?

    I find it amazing that you are the only one ragging on TWTR. I have no problem with that, as it shows your conviction that TWTR is an awful investment. Kudos to you.

    In the mean time, since I'm the only true long on TWTR, I leave you one final thought for the day...

    TWTR goes to $149.99 in 2-3 years
    Jun 26 10:30 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Twitter Jumps On Low Hanging Fruit - Features, Features, Features [View article]
    @Max,
    good observation "so focuses only on those technologies that will make the platform a richer experience for users and increase the revenue per timeline view."

    Its obvious to anyone that watches TV, that Twitter has a laser sharp focus on becoming the defacto media app to bridge the gap between TV and the home user (via Mobile/PC app). Facebook is currently playing a major game of catch up. Thus, it validates the value proposition of Twitter.

    p.s.
    TWTR goes to $149.99 in 2-3 years
    Jun 25 06:19 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Groupon Attractively Priced? [View article]
    @omar,
    FYI, the Amazon phone will be a complete BUST. Look at Facebook with their BILLION users... it could not make and sell a phone. It didn't even come close to succeeding. I believe the phone got pulled within weeks of going public. Also, if a company like Nokia could not succeed in the USA with all their resources and decades of expertise, Amazon has zero, zilch, nada chance in heck of succeeding with their phone.
    p.s.
    this quarters forward guidance from GRPN will be critical for its share price.
    Jun 25 10:18 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Groupon Valuation Estimates Using Graham Formula [View article]
    @john,
    Congratulations on your gains.
    FYI, I no longer do options. I stopped doing options when I realized its a fools game. I.e. No reason for GRPN to drop 35% and 20% during the last 2 quarter announcements. However, if I were to do options on GRPN, I would do everything to avoid short term options. I would be looking at 1-3 year leaps/options. His would fall into my 2-3 year price target of $15.
    P.s.
    I wrote an instablog on GRPN and the naked shorting that persists around the equity. When the game is rigged, options are your worst enemy :)

    Good luck on your investments!
    Jun 25 12:44 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Groupon Attractively Priced? [View article]
    @22,
    its going to have some ups and downs for sure. Although I like the action since the $5.70 level, I wish it would ascend a little at a time.

    Piper's Munster is a monster analyst (#1 analyst for Apple). So when he places a $16 price target on GRPN, people take notice. Just wish people would take notice of my $15 price target :)

    p.s.
    I installed GRPN's mobile app on my windows phone. Looks real good, however, it doesn't have a search button. Hopefully they get that fixed asap. Just curious, do you or any of your friends use the mobile app on other handsets iOS/Android? Does it have search capabilities?

    thanks
    Jun 24 02:41 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Micron Retains Its Growth Momentum In Q3 2014 [View article]
    @aletize,
    I submitted an article and I got an autobot reponse saying they don't need my 'type' of articles. FYI, you can read my rejected article on my instablog.
    Jun 24 02:33 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Micron Retains Its Growth Momentum In Q3 2014 [View article]
    @old,
    simply 'follow' trefis. Thus when Trefis writes an article, you will be notified with a Title/Link to it. Then you can ignore it :)
    Jun 24 02:32 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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