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Public Company Unicorn: Groupon

On November 4, 2011, Groupon Inc. (NASDAQ: GRPN) began trading, after pricing its initial public offering at $20. The stock opened at $28 and moved as high as $31 that day. 408 more words


Public Company Unicorn: Yelp

Yelp Inc. (NYSE: YELP) went public on February 28, 2012. Its share price on the first day of trading rose 60% and hit $23.90, putting its market cap just over $1.4 billion. 272 more words



OPEN TRADE:  Monday, 02/01/2016

  • BUY CALL:       $225.00…$3.25 suggested premium
  • SELL CALL:     $222.50…$3.67 suggested premium
  • BUY PUT:         $170.00…$3.10 suggested premium
  • SELL PUT:       $172.50…$3.47 suggested premium

CLOSE TRADE: Friday, 02/05/2016… 58 more words

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Moody's Maintains Investment Grade Rating on Amazon

Despite being down in Wednesday’s trading session, Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) received some positive news from the credit ratings firm Moody’s. Amazon’s outlook was changed to stable from negative by Moody’s when the firm affirmed the Baa1 senior unsecured rating. 348 more words


Amazon (AMZN) vs. Apple (AAPL)

I changed radio channels from the morning news to Bloomberg Radio while I was in the car yesterday.  It was about 9am, so I figured I’d get some market news while avoiding the Today-like chitchat that begins on Bloomberg at 10am. 514 more words


Large Cap Technology Highlights Jefferies Top Growth Stocks to Buy

Well, January is over, but the first trading day for February showed us that the volatility is still here for the markets. Given the huge run-up on Friday, that’s not surprising as many investors are still reeling from a bad January, and shifting portfolios to account for the downside. 968 more words


Amazon Offers Super Bowl Deals on Prime Now

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has joined the army of retailers that have launched special sales as part of the lead up to Super Bowl 50. The e-commerce giant’s management decided to focus on discounts for a relatively new service it calls “Prime Now.” The service has been set up as a combination of the traditional Prime benefits, which include access to a board list of streaming video titles and free delivery of packages. 181 more words