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post #641 of 772
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I like that it's sitting right above the support... I may get in.
I went ahead and pulled the trigger at 14.79. I'll probably hold it for a week or so unless I see some good profits before then.
post #642 of 772
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Originally Posted by smashedpumpkins View Post
I went ahead and pulled the trigger at 14.79. I'll probably hold it for a week or so unless I see some good profits before then.
You have cojones.
post #643 of 772
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Originally Posted by HIHH View Post
You have cojones.
I decided I'm going to throw it into another stock instead. I sold for 14.89 and pulled out a measly $20. I've only got about $5k to play with now a days.
post #644 of 772
Anyone have an opinion on where it sits now? It's looking very good to me at it's current price.
post #645 of 772
Looking to open a position in this stock, but any time something touches a 52 week low, I wanna do mor eresearch.
post #646 of 772
My view on that is that most stocks have taken a beating with the threat of a 'double dip' recession. Regardless, let me know if anything interesting turns up.
post #647 of 772
Earnings day is coming up on the 20th. Looking for a good entry <$14.50. anyone else playing it?
post #648 of 772
Was this 9% selloff really justified?

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NEW YORK (AP) -- Shares of Yahoo Inc. tumbled in premarket trading Wednesday after second-quarter results showed tepid revenue growth.

"Yahoo is still a work in progress," Jefferies & Co. analyst Youssef Squali told investors in a note.

Squali still has a "Buy" rating on Yahoo shares but told clients "it will require patience for the stock to work in the end."

The turnaround effort at Yahoo led by CEO Carol Bartz showed signs of stalling in the second quarter.

Cost cutting helped lift Yahoo's earnings more than 50 percent to $213 million. But revenue grew only 2 percent to $1.6 billion -- well below the 24 percent growth that rival Google Inc. booked last week.

Yahoo will have to improve performance to keep its shares from lagging behind its rivals, FBR Capital Markets analyst Heath Terry said in a note.

He kept an "Underperform" rating on the stock and cut his price target to $15 from $18.

Yahoo shares fell $1.01, or 6.6 percent, to $14.19 ahead of regular trading.
post #649 of 772
wheres bottom? im thinking about buying..... around its year low now, or you guys thinkks its droping soon?????
post #650 of 772
Looking into purchasing some shares. Almost at it's 52 week low.
post #651 of 772
Breaking on CNBC, three big execs are apparently leaving. Dropping quickly AH. Ouch!
post #652 of 772
Very strange to see such a mass exodus like that at a major corporation. Doesn't look good at all.
post #653 of 772
about 13% up after hour
post #654 of 772
Buy out rumors going on.........up almost 20 percent in premarket...
post #655 of 772
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Originally Posted by trade2getrich View Post
Buy out rumors going on.........up almost 20 percent in premarket...
Sure did miss that one. Might still be good to get in on. We all saw how POT and Netflix took off. 20% is still not too much.
post #656 of 772
This should be interesting today, I might have to play this.
post #657 of 772
If one gets a buy order for some Option Calls right at open they should pay off.
post #658 of 772

Yahoo Adjusted Profit of 17 Cents a Share Exceeds Forecasts, but Revenue Misses
post #659 of 772
Sooner or later these buy out rumors will come back and this stock will pop again. I am pretty sure that sooner or later this company will be bought out buy someone.
post #660 of 772
there baaaack...




Alibaba to Reportedly Buy Back Shares Held by Yahoo
Tuesday 11/09/2010 5:38 AM ET - Sinocast


Alibaba Group is trying to buy back a 40% stake in itself held by Yahoo Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) to end the dispute between the two companies, according to a person in the know.

In the past weeks, Jack Ma frequently met with private equity investors, revealed an insider from certain investment bank, who has not mentioned whose solution has won the favor of Alibaba.

Earlier, rampant talks said that dozens of private equity investors and strategic partners were planning a joint acquisition of Yahoo. The potential buyers are said to be AOL Inc. (NYSE: AOL) and News Corporation.

Besides Jack Ma, the aforesaid investors are also contacting with Masayoshi Son, board chairman, president and CEO of Softbank Corporation, since Yahoo also takes a 35% stake in the company.

Insiders expect that the above investors could team up with Alibaba and launch a leverage buyout of Yahoo and then sell the shares held by Yahoo in Alibaba to Jack Ma.
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