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post #201 of 285
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Originally Posted by Crankndapot View Post
Not even 2% drop afterhours. Tells me that investors arent hating the news too badly..
does the almost 1B that they are paying in dividends come out of next quarter rev? or is it already priced in this earnings report?
Dividends dont come out of earnings so they would not be in the income statement. They are a reduction of retained earnings.
post #202 of 285
WYNN say anything about the next quarter or any guidance in general? I missed the CC and couldnt find anything about guidance. thanks

crank
post #203 of 285
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Originally Posted by chuckrox8 View Post
Rev came in $10MM higher than the street estimate while EPS was inline with expectations @ $0.39/sh. I wouldn't expect to see WYNN move to the upside after this earnings report.
how come it drop?! dont understand
post #204 of 285
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how come it drop?! dont understand
It's been priced in and the stock already made it's run up for it. Unless earnings were a surprise then at this point one wouldn't expect much more to the upside.
post #205 of 285
Anyone think Wynn has a chance of climbing back up before the NOV Option end date?
post #206 of 285
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Anyone think Wynn has a chance of climbing back up before the NOV Option end date?
Boy do I hope so, my Nov 120's are in the hole deep right now.
post #207 of 285
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Boy do I hope so, my Nov 120's are in the hole deep right now.
Ya I have a nice amount of NOV 110's I'm worried about. How long ago did you buy the 120's?
post #208 of 285
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Ya I have a nice amount of NOV 110's I'm worried about. How long ago did you buy the 120's?
Picked them up at the end of last week, I was hoping for a nice pop after earnings.
post #209 of 285
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Picked them up at the end of last week, I was hoping for a nice pop after earnings.
So was I. Now, it has turned into a nightmare lol!
post #210 of 285
Down -2.11% after hours. This is getting scary. I'm thinking about pulling out on my NOV calls tomorrow!
post #211 of 285
Looks like this thing is starting to turn around. My calls are looking a little better now.
post #212 of 285
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Looks like this thing is starting to turn around. My calls are looking a little better now.
Make sure you lock in some profits as WYNN got a downgrade on valuation from Hudson...flyonwall. . .
post #213 of 285
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Looks like this thing is starting to turn around. My calls are looking a little better now.
Same here. How long are you planning on riding this one? I think I will sell by tomorrow.
post #214 of 285
I got out of these guys today (had been holding since June). I dunno...I was just in their new facility in Asia last week, and it wasn't all that packed.
post #215 of 285

Hadn't touched this one in a while, but it came across my radar today.  Looking at their earnings report, it looks pretty good to me.  Beat across the board, guidance is good, yet it took a hit.  I loaded up at 117.

post #216 of 285
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Originally Posted by Quintious View Post

Hadn't touched this one in a while, but it came across my radar today.  Looking at their earnings report, it looks pretty good to me.  Beat across the board, guidance is good, yet it took a hit.  I loaded up at 117.


Yeah, the earnings and quarterly reports are impressive, but what is super scary is the insider trading.  It's astronomical.  Over $215 million worth of stock dumped by top executives since November with $200 million of that occuring in December.  I typically wont buy a stock if there's over $5 million sold by insiders within the past 3 months, so this one really stood out to me.
 

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Originally Posted by Quintious View Post

Hadn't touched this one in a while, but it came across my radar today.  Looking at their earnings report, it looks pretty good to me.  Beat across the board, guidance is good, yet it took a hit.  I loaded up at 117.


Yeah, the earnings and quarterly reports are impressive, but what is super scary is the insider trading.  It's astronomical.  Over $215 million worth of stock dumped by top executives since November with $200 million of that occuring in December.  I typically wont buy a stock if there's over $5 million sold by insiders within the past 3 months, so this one really stood out to me.
 


 

I had read an article somewhere talking about that last month, and the gist of it was that the December selloff was due to worries about an increase in capital gains taxes that they were trying to get around.  Or something along those lines.  It didn't make a whole lot of sense to me since I'm not an accountant, but unless someone there is cooking the books it doesn't appear that they were trying to duck out ahead of some sort of bad news since there's been nothing to indicate they were fleeing for the exits due to bad news.

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It really doesn't get any simpler than that, folks. 

post #219 of 285

New York, March 4th (TradersHuddle.com) - Shares of Wynn Resorts Limited (NASDAQ:WYNN) closed the trading session at $130.53 just above calculated resistance at $129.60 moving to what appears to be a new range, as this move will clearly raise the attention of momentum buyers.

Wynn Resorts Limited (NASDAQ:WYNN) owns and operates luxury hotels and destination casino resorts in Las Vegas, Nevada and in Macau, China. The resorts features guest rooms and suits, restaurants, golf courses, and on-site luxury automotive dealerships.

Wynn's stock was trading in a well defined range with support at $116.36 and resistance at $129.60, given that this range was broken traders will be closely monitoring the stock?s price action for clues of direction.

From a technical perspective it can be expected that previous resistance becomes support, as the new range gets defined, however, given that Wynn's stock is still near the broken resistance level, traders will be focusing on $129.60 to see if the stock holds the breakout without rolling over.

http://www.tradershuddle.com/Trading-Ideas/17872703042011-wynnresorts-moving-above-resistance.html

post #220 of 285

one year chart on this is insane...

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