Hurricane Sandy Destroys - These 22 Stocks Benefit Most From The Monster Storm Of The Millenium
The hurricane Sandy is forecasted as one of the worst storms ever. Whatever will happen, the stock market will survive and business goes on. I researched some interesting companies that could earn some extra money due to the after-effects of the storm Sandy. We have classified our results in industries and introduced some of the major leaders. + http://stks.co/hE5Z +
Facebook's stock hit a new low Friday after it reported second-quarter results that disappointed investors.
The stock fell $3.90, or nearly 15 percent, to $22.94 in morning trading Friday. Facebook Inc.'s initial public offering of stock priced at $38, and its low had been $25.52, hit on June 6. The stock is now about 39 percent below its IPO price.
Markets Consolidate, AAPL Breaks Key Support Trend Line
Stocks are trading slightly higher on the day after an ugly drop yesterday. The SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSEARCA:SPY) is trading at $131.86, +0.60 (0.46%). This is a classic consolidation day and should be viewed as a bearish inside bar. Ultimately, based on the charts, this market will have more downside into the end of the week. ....
Facebook Falls To Key Level, $10 Discount To IPO Price
Facebook Inc(NASDAQ:FB) fell to $28.00 a share in late trading. This represents a $10.00 (-26%) discount to what investors paid for the stock prior to it going public. At this level, buyers will be begin to nibble. In addition, there is a three bar surge on the chart which should signal a bounce. ...
Facebook, CrowdGather and Other Social Media Companies Compared
Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB), LinkedIn Corporation (NASDAQ: LNKD), Zynga Inc. (NASDAQ: ZNGA), CrowdGather Inc. (OTCBB: CRWG) and other social media companies have a wide array of valuations in the public markets. In this article, we’ll compare those valuations to determine the most underpriced and overpriced plays in the burgeoning industry.
Take a look at some popular social media firms from a comparative view of P/E ratios, Price-to-Book, Revenue Growth and Market Caps.