This IPO is just a repeat of the previous dot-com era, when so many investors lost so much money.
We're willing to buy companies that report strong quarters only if the news out of Europe is also good.
Stocks with decent yields and growth need to be bought slowly and methodically into the maximum pain point.
If you want to trim some positions, go ahead, but don’t feel compelled to do anything but wait.
Forget iPad vs. Kindle or iPhone vs. Android. Amazon, Apple and Google are the future, and there's room for all of them to succeed.
Bearish investors positioned for complete failure of the EU summit blew it.
Want to know why the company had such a spectacular rise and fall? Blame management, but also blame the short-selling process.
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