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Tag Archives: stock market
To continue from my recent post about Google I thought I’d share this interesting take on why the social media marketplace can not handle two inherently similar services. Courtesy of Matt Rosoff LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner wonders where everybody will get the … Continue reading
Human Genome Sciences (HGSI) is currently the most-watched diagnostic substance stock according to The Motley Fool… and for good reason! As volatile as biotech stocks are I truly believe that this company should outperform over the next several years. They just … Continue reading
[I planned on writing an original post today but I just had to share this fascinating article on what could be a serious problem with Netflix’s new strategy. As a reminder, recently Netflix introduced a new subscription pricing plan that ultimately … Continue reading
[In terms of Netflix’s current stock price I believe we’re entering rarefied air. In my previous Netflix-related post I predicted a continued upward price movement while also articulating my concerns for continued growth of the company. And as we begin to test the … Continue reading
I first learned about Syneron Medical, the leading global aesthetic device company, when they announced that its Board of Directors has terminated the shareholder rights plan. This contract was meant to ensure that all Syneron shareholders would be treated fairly in the … Continue reading
*Courtesy of Andrew Schneck of thestreport.com Typically, when I find a company I’m interested in, I spend somewhere between 20-50 hours reading everything. I go back 10 years, get a sense on all sorts of company news, investor conferences, financials, … Continue reading