Would I Buy Netflix in the $50s?

Netflix lowered their subscriber numbers for the year last night, leading to a big 14% drop in the stock price today (so far). Fellow InvestorGeek Chris texted me asking if I’d be buying Netflix in the 50s. I personally won’t be buying any $NFLX stock today, but only because I already own a lot of (more…)

NFLX (Netflix) Technical Analysis

Netflix is another company I’m accumulating stock in for a long term play. Until recently, NFLX was one of those stocks I always wanted to buy into but thought it was overpriced. I waited for a pull back that never came until… all the hoop la last fall. Assuming subscribers and revenue can grow faster (more…)

MSFT (Microsoft) Technical Analysis

I bought a chunk of Microsoft (MSFT) stock at $25. At the time, my thinking was “why does MSFT have a PE below 10”? While a stock like AAPL is priced for perfection (which they keep delivering), at a 10 PE Microsoft was priced for mediocrity… and it’s been treading water it has for the (more…)

GOOG (Google) Technical Analysis

Today I’ll show a couple charts for Google (GOOG), which I am accumulating in my retirement account. My strategy with Google is to get as many shares as possible as cheaply as possible. I have some targets where I’d be stupid not to sell, but in general GOOG prices stay fairly valued to my estimates. (more…)

ATVI (Activision Blizzard) Technical Analysis

I’m going to post some charts of “my book” over the next few days. I may post things from my watch list, and I will try to post updates on these as needed. First up is Activision Blizzard (ATVI), which I bought last year basically so I could own a piece of Blizzard. Blizzard is (more…)

Trefis Puts Facebook at $74 Billion

Trefis provides some great reports that show up in my Etrade account. Their analysis is very thorough. I especially like how they break down different business units and how much of a stock’s share price is tied to each unit. Trefis values Facebook (based on the limited pre-IPO information they have) at $74 Billion, based (more…)

Facebook IPO Best and Worst Case Scenarios

Facebook released their numbersĀ in preparation for an IPO, showing 2011 revenue of $3.7 Billion and profits of $1 Billion. Speculation is the IPO will be valued as high as $100 Billion. This would be a P/E of 100. That’s high, but then P/E’s are not as significant an indicator for young companies with a lot (more…)