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  • The Missing LinkedIn [View article]
    All the articles saying how great a company and how they will grow. If this is true why would insiders sell over 3,000,000 granted shares while the whole group has only 1.3 million shares. I feel sorry for these insiders missing out on all this up side. Ha Ha they know when to get out and that the party is about over. Good company worth about $50 to 70 dollars a share.
    Apr 21 08:59 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Buying More Google On The Pullback [View article]
    I couldn't agree more that when a big name has a little bump all the people and banks jump on board making up excuses. The make the small investor feel like they are smartest investors and waited until the stock pulled back. One by one the recommend so we buy in order for them to dump. The whole market is pump and dump. I would like to see the side pay for Cramer and the Motley Fooools group. Their name says it all Fools.
    Apr 17 01:22 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • It's LinkedIn's Time To Grow [View article]
    Great company that is forecasting that they will make (maybe) 40million dollars a the first quarter and the insiders sold over $184,000,000.00 of stock. Someone is going to be left holding the bag but the insiders will have the bag of money and the dumb A-- that have the stock will have nothing. Maybe someone will check into this and they can go to jail with their bag of money.
    Apr 9 10:09 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Can LinkedIn Reach 500 Million Unique Monthly Visitors? [View article]
    Bob 987 is dead on the congrats to Jeff but you left out the Founder Reid Hoffman whom sells 186,000 shares a month. At this rate I think they will need another 5million share offering that they did last fall and all the pumbers and investment houses could not get enough at $220 a share. Someone needs to go to jail for this scheme or maybe they can make them a Politician . Maybe this is why Reid made the Forbes billionare list this year
    Apr 8 06:27 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • It's LinkedIn's Time To Grow [View article]
    I wonder if the Author got paid from the insiders that are trying to keep the price high to get out. It is worth paying someone to pump so they can dump. If any of the insiders for one minute thought the price target of more that $200 would be possible they wouldn't have sold over 1million shares this year and that goes along with the over 2 million they sold last year. Why do I hang on to a stock is that I think it will go higher and It is worth the price. Why do insiders sell because the know better and want to get the hell out before the roof caves in.
    Apr 7 07:04 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Netflix: Even More Dangerous [View article]
    Totally agree with this and I am short the stock as well. This company has off balance sheet liabilities that will come to roost soon.
    Apr 4 09:24 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • LinkedIn: Let's Do Some Math [View article]
    You are right that Reid Hoffman controls the company but if you have faith in your company you don't pump and dump. With Reid getting over 3/4 of a billion, I mean billion dollars worth of stock out of the company do you think he cares. Yes he does hope that everyone drinks the water because he is granting himself 166,000 shares a month and has them on automatic sell. At these prizes he is selling $33,000,000 of stock a month. He hope you believe for a few more months. This is why he is on Forbes Billion Dollar list. Wouldn't it be nice if the company could make as much as Reid cashes out in a month. If that was possible the company would make $3.32 a share and at 30 times earnings would be worth $99.60 a share. Like the other comment that I think that the company might be worth this in 2016
    Mar 24 07:14 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • LinkedIn: Let's Do Some Math [View article]
    I would agree with the author as well and great comparison. Only thing he left out is the lucrative stock grants each month at the tune of 250000+ shares and all insiders sell as soon as they are granted. Maybe they would agree with the Author. $100 price coming after the next earnings.
    Mar 21 01:16 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Facebook, LinkedIn, And Twitter - Numbers Don't Lie, Check The Scoreboard [View article]
    Like all the comments but would agree that Motley Fool is just that a fool to pump and you can add Cramer's name to that. If I had a public scam I would be buying both of them nice Christmas presents so I could get out of my stock.
    Mar 20 10:06 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Facebook, LinkedIn, And Twitter - Numbers Don't Lie, Check The Scoreboard [View article]
    The author must be on their payroll. You said that LinkedIn is investing in the future from the conference call. The only future that they are investing in is The founder Reid HOffman the founder and Jeff Weiner the CEO. The two of them Sold 700,000 shares this year to add to the millions of shares they sold before. This gives me confidence in a company. This is without the 100's of thousands the other insiders sold. Sound like they are investing in themselves not the company. Check out insiders selling and you will short this because it is going to $100 or below. You cannot grow fast enough for all the shares they are issuing to insiders each month and they are dumping it as fast as they get it.
    Mar 19 08:00 AM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Netflix Is No Stranger To The Pivot [View article]
    I like when you say that they are worth $540 price target when in the next sentence you say myself and Reid are confindent that cash flow will exist. You may want to concern the off balance sheet debt that is coming due for the content they purchased. $300 will come long before $540
    Mar 11 06:59 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Frictional Unemployment Will Result In Further Upside For LinkedIn [View article]
    How much did you get for these positive comments on a company that is a Ponzi scheme. The insiders have taken more off the table in the first 2 months than the company made. Go Figure
    Mar 7 10:17 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • LinkedIn's CEO Presents at Morgan Stanley Technology, Media, & Telecom Conference (Transcript) [View article]
    Just say that the insiders have cashed in on over $138,000,000 dollars of stock this year. Wait the year just started and at this rate they are cashing out and having options of about half of gross revenue. This is a confidence builder and they must have all the hope that it will go up. They locked up Bernie Maddoff.
    Mar 6 08:44 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • LinkedIn Can Add 10%-15% Value With Strong China Expansion [View article]
    How much did you get paid to furnish this info so the insiders could dump some more stock. Insiders knew a long time ago that they may go to China but still sold over a 150 million dollars of stock. Pump and Dump.
    Feb 25 03:16 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • LinkedIn: Why Are Investors Paying So Much For This Stock? [View article]
    This is the last time to pump so the followers and insiders can get out before the reality set in and the value of less than $100 show its face
    Feb 25 11:04 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment