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(Guardian)   Valuing a company at 34 times revenue is just good common sense, especially when it's never turned a profit   (theguardian.com) divider line 8
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3416 clicks; posted to Business » on 07 Nov 2013 at 1:33 PM (40 weeks ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2013-11-08 12:01:52 PM
2 votes:
"Markets can remain irrational a lot longer than you and I can remain solvent." - Rand Paul
2013-11-07 01:56:13 PM
2 votes:
"Markets can remain irrational a lot longer than you and I can remain solvent." - John Maynard Keynes
2013-11-07 07:55:21 PM
1 votes:

skozlaw: van1ty: It is a fact that the Facebook stock is 25% higher today than its IPO price

And Cisco, an established company with quarterly dividends, is up more than 30% over the same period with far less volatility. GE is up 40% over the same period, again, much more stable and also with good dividends.

What's your point? "It went up" doesn't really mean a whole lot in investing.


What's YOUR point?  It's up 25%.  By any metric that's a great return.
2013-11-07 06:51:29 PM
1 votes:

www.zerohedge.com

Rent Party:
Valuation is entirely dependent on how well you have greased your banker, and nothing else.


The bankers got greased pretty damn well with this one. If they'd priced the offering higher (vs the $26 initial offer price announced thru brokerages) then Twitter wouldn't have left a billion or so on the table; instead the bankers won that share when they sold into the market at almost $20 higher than what Twitter received.

http://blogs.marketwatch.com/cody/2013/11/07/heck-no-i-wont-invest-i n- twitter-after-this-ipo-debacle/

/put in commit-to-buy order with my broker, got 0 allocation
//turns out that nobody got an allocation, except the largest of the investment banks
///not bitter
////no
2013-11-07 05:31:30 PM
1 votes:
How can Twitter make money?

I'm not the CEO of Twitter. Honest. I'm just asking for a friend.
2013-11-07 03:03:39 PM
1 votes:
The secret Twitter business plan is to take stock positions and then tweet rumors that make the automated trading systems go bananas. They'll make a killing.
2013-11-07 02:03:17 PM
1 votes:

Drollia: When it flops like Facebook did, everyone is going to be "shocked"


Facebook IPO:  $38 a share.

Current price per share:  $48


Yeah those people who bought Facebook stock sure got hosed.
2013-11-07 01:42:48 PM
1 votes:
When it flops like Facebook did, everyone is going to be "shocked"
 
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