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Analysts turn sour on Amazon, citing Kindle delays and margin weakness

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Amazon.com has heard this one before. Stock analysts are turning bearish on the Seattle online retailer, the company that once was dubbed “Amazon.toast” during the dot-com bust (but later went on to dominate online retailing and cloud computing). Forbes reports on two analysts this week who point out possible weakness...
Analysts turn sour on Amazon, citing Kindle delays and margin weakness

Facebook's Unknown Strategy Worries Stock Analysts

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For us mere mortals who probably won't get first crack at purchasing Facebook shares when the company goes public, the question becomes whether or not it's a solid investment. That will, of course, ultimately depend on where it prices. But at least one research firm is throwing up a caution...
Facebook's Unknown Strategy Worries Stock Analysts

Wow--Facebook Has Completely Sandbagged Estimates--Get Ready For An "Upside Surprise!" (FB)

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Remember the selective disclosure problem before Facebook's IPO? That was when Facebook cut its earnings outlook during the IPO roadshow but only told big institutional investors about it. (Specifically, Facebook told the stock analysts at its IPO underwriters, who then cut their "estimates" and verbally told their big clients about...
Wow--Facebook Has Completely Sandbagged Estimates--Get Ready For An "Upside Surprise!" (FB)

Yep, Stock Analysts Are Smoking Happy Weed Again...

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Viewed over long periods of time, earnings growth for America's biggest companies has been remarkably consistent. On average, S&P 500 earnings have grown about 6% per year. When you hear that number, of course--and when you listen to stock analysts--you imagine a smooth, consistent line running up and to the...
Yep, Stock Analysts Are Smoking Happy Weed Again...

Apple Scales Back On iPhone 5 Parts Due To Weak Demand

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It's just as the analysts predicted. Apple has, according to the WSJ, cut back on purchasing components for its iPhone 5 due to a lack of demand. The report claims that orders for Q1 of 2013 are roughly half of what the firm expected, hence the cutback on parts....
Apple Scales Back On iPhone 5 Parts Due To Weak Demand

Study: half of US teens own iPhone, iOS share rising

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A new poll by stock analysts Piper Jaffray shows very little change since last fall in the status of the iPhone as the coolest electronic device among teens. Nearly half of all of the 5,200 teenagers polled said they already owned an iPhone, a rise of eight percent from the...
Study: half of US teens own iPhone, iOS share rising

Whither Groupon? A Wall Street Analyst Breaks It Down

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Mr. Rohan (LinkedIn.com) The fate of Groupon has been a topic of intense interest on this blog. So how fares the discount diva these days? According to one Wall Street analyst speaking yesterday to the Daily Deals Summit, the long-term future might be bright, but she's likely to break a...
Whither Groupon? A Wall Street Analyst Breaks It Down

Morgan Stanley Allegedly Used This Weird Trick To Dodge Rules On Facebook IPO

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Morgan Stanley used a really strange method for allegedly trying to skirt the SEC's rules when it was handling the Facebook IPO. The bank is accused of providing revenue estimates to stock analysts that were not disclosed in Facebook's S-1 IPO papers, according to Bloomberg. Wall Street allegedly got a...
Morgan Stanley Allegedly Used This Weird Trick To Dodge Rules On Facebook IPO
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