Yahoo! Could Go to $100 Under Scott Thompson's Guidance
One analyst has a very interesting prediction for the future of Yahoo!.
Trip Chowdhry, Managing Director of Equity Research at Global Equities Research, believes that the company – which currently trades in the $16 range – could go to $100 under the guidance of its new chief executive, Scott Thompson.
Google Inc made New 52 Week High Price - NASDAQ:GOOG
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) (Google) is focused on improving the ways people connect with information. The Company generates revenue primarily by delivering online advertising. Google Inc achieved its new 52 week high price of $646.76 where it was opened at $642.02 UP 3.50 points or +0.54% by closing at $645.90.
The First Hour Is For The Day Traders
Active markets are always the best markets for trading. Anyone who has ever traded these markets for a considerable amount of time knows that the first hour to ninety minutes is the best part of the trading day. This is a time period when there is volume in the market and the key support and resistance levels are great for trading.
Oxen Group Stock Market Weekly Outlook - Dec. 18, 2011
As the markets hover on the flat line, some key names are heading towards master levels. International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) continues to be one of the strongest stocks in the market. It made a new all time high today at $194.50. At this point, the stock is extended but has its eyes set on $200.00 per share. That will be the next resistance level that matters.
The markets are hovering on the flat line today. This is what is called a pause or consolidation day. The SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF (NYSEARCA:DIA) is trading at $120.13, -0.07 (-0.06%). A pause or consolidation day tells pro traders that the market may be looking for more upside early next week. This type of pause day occurred on Tuesday, after the massive rally on Monday.
Time Frame Of Google And Motorola Mobility's Merger Is Uncertain
The acquisition of Motorola Mobility (NYSE:MMI) by Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) is one of the biggest M&A deals in the tech space for 2011. At or right before the closing of the deal, the $39 calls will be worth $1.00 (as Google is buying MMI for $40 a share) giving the call buyers a nice return of $.35 for the calls they bought for $.65.