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    What Now for Yahoo?

    Saturday, May 10th, 2008

    Yahoo (YHOO) took a huge hit earlier this week after Microsoft reported that they were retracting their bid. However, it recovered nicely since then on pretty large volume. With some major Yahoo shareholders disagreeing with Yang’s decision to hold out for a larger bid, and talks of a possible partnership with Google, is there something [...]

    Yahoo Stock Hit by Chinese Conflict

    Tuesday, November 6th, 2007

     Yahoo was hit by a 5% selloff today after coming under fire for providing information about one of it’s Chinese users that led directly to his apprehension and current prison term. Jerry Yang, Yahoo‘s chief executive, apologised to relatives of two jailed Chinese dissidents in the face of claims from US lawmakers that the internet [...]

    Facebook Worth $15 Billion?

    Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

    Microsoft (MSFT) acquired a 1.6% stake in Facebook last week for a stunning $240 million, which places a valuation of Facebook at $15 billion. While Microsoft’s offer may seem over the top, it could be quite profitable for Microsoft as well if it manages to establish a foothold in the emerging social networking advertising market. [...]

    GOOG Takes Hit, Keeps On Rolling

    Sunday, July 22nd, 2007

    I’m sure most if not all of you are aware of Google’s (GOOG) “disappointing” second quarter results: Propelled by the online advertising boom, Google Inc. reported late Thursday that revenue surged to $3.87 billion, up 58 percent from the same time last year — a gain that was slightly above analyst estimates. But Google’s profit [...]

    Growth Stock Investing

    Tuesday, June 5th, 2007

    This is a guest blog by Eric from TheFreshTrader.com! When looking for a potential growth stock investment, think of yourself as an investor looking for a business to become part owner. As part owner, you are not looking to sell your business right away, so you will seek out long term investments that have the [...]

    Online Advertising Acquisition Frenzy

    Monday, May 21st, 2007

    With all the recent mergers and acquisitions in the online advertising arena, there is no denying that this area is red hot. Here are some of the recent acquisitions by the big players: (thanks to Zac over at ZacJohnson.com for the graphic) The party was started by Google (GOOG) when they announced the DoubleClick in [...]

    AAPL and the Blogsphere

    Thursday, May 17th, 2007

    Investors in Apple (AAPL) have seen a pretty decent return lately, with the stock driven upwards in anticipation of new products and more of Apple’s now famous design. However, Apple’s stock took a quick dip yesterday morning after popular tech blog Engadget posted information from what they believed was a authentic internal memo: This one [...]

    ROCM Chart – Catching a Falling Knife?

    Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007

    One of the stocks on my watchlists–Rochester Medical (ROCM) recently took a massive nosedive following an earnings report. Now this is by no means a new phenomenon, but I can’t seem to figure out the reason behind the plunge. Rochester Medical showed strong promise, and was featured on IBD’s top 100 medical stocks (even reaching [...]

    The Biotech Short Squeeze

    Friday, April 27th, 2007

    I came across a great article over at Biotech Health Investor about the biotech short squeeze. A short squeeze is when a rapidly rising stock price escalates because short sellers need to buy stock back to cover their shorts. This causes the stock price to rise even higher. This happened very recently with Dendreon’s short [...]

    Shanghai Index Bowtie Pattern

    Sunday, April 22nd, 2007

    While doing a bit more research on the Chinese markets, I came across this analysis of the Shanghai Index over at Stocktiming.com. (original link from TheKirkReport.com) Based on their technical analysis, it looks like Friday’s fall of 4.25% is preempting a bowtie pattern should take the index back down to support at ~6568. Where it [...]

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