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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Share Prices’

Silver Prices Lead To Surprising Show Of Optimism

Silver prices fell to the lowest they’d ever been on Monday. While this may at first seem a discouraging sign, the word is that what will follow is a massive opportunity to buy. As of right now silver is trading at around $17.70 per ounce. For comparison’s sake, gold is currently valued at roughly $1,220 per ounce. Such an astronomical …

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Lululemon Shares Fall After Analyst Criticizes Company’s Lack Of Strategy

Lululemon shares took a beating today after a Sterne analyst said the company didn’t provide an effective plan for growth. The company’s share price was down 2.64 points before trading ended today, but the price has risen 0.06 points in after hours trading. While a falling share price is certainly trouble, this isn’t the first time that the athletic wear …

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Zynga Announces Q4 And Year End Results, Will Bring More Games To Mobile In 2013

After the beating Zynga took in 2012, nobody was really looking forward to its year end results. It was assumed that everything would be doom and gloom for the troubled social game developer. The good news is that revenue and DAUs/MAUs are up. Everything else is just kind of middling. Starting off with revenue, Zynga reported that full year 2012 …

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RIM Stock Takes A Hit After BlackBerry 10 Reveal

RIM, now known as BlackBerry, unveiled its latest set of handsets today that run its latest BlackBerry 10 operating system. The crowd present at the launch event were excited about the product, but investors were less than impressed. RIM’s share price was at a little over $16 this morning before the BlackBerry 10 handsets were unveiled. After the unveiling, there …

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Why Is Apple’s Share Price Dropping So Quickly?

When the iPhone 5 launched, it looked like Apple was on top of the world. The company’s stock hit an all time high with an individual share price of $702. Fast forward to today and the company’s individual share price is now sitting at $485. What happened, and can Apple fix it? It’s easy to see why Apple’s stock was …

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Facebook And Zynga Aren’t So Close Anymore

Zynga may be in the gutter these days, but it used to not always be like that. The company used to be on top of the world thanks to its close relationship with Facebook. The social network benefited from this relationship as well, but both companies are being forced to rethink their strategies as the market changes around them. Reuters …

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Zynga’s Bad Day Continues: Words With Friends Creators Leave The Company

Zynga did not have a good morning. The company’s share price fell almost 20 percent in after hours trading last night, and is currently trading at $2.37. It seems like the day couldn’t get any worse, but it just did. The two men behind Zynga smash hit Words with Friends have announced that they’re leaving the company after being with …

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Zynga Desperately Tries To Keep Employees After Stock Crash

Things are not looking good for Zynga. Their stocks crashed, COO John Schappert left and they’re being investigated for insider trading. After all this, employees would obviously want out. The company is going to keep them the only way they know how – throwing money at them. Bloomberg is reporting that Zynga is now handing out equity grants to all …

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Zynga COO Stripped Of His Power After Stocks Collapsed

To say that Zynga is between a rock and a hard place right now would be a bit of an understatement. The company is more like between a wall of cacti and an iron maiden. Either way, they’re going to bleed. That bleeding is starting today as one of the company’s major executives has reportedly lost his power. Bloomberg is …

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Retail Investors Are Treated By Google Finance

Google Finance Service is bringing even more value to their retail investors by giving them access to real-time London stock exchange prices. This is a service and value that has only been afforded to subscribing customers of expensive specialized services such as those offered by Bloomberg LP and Thomas Reuters. Google already offers this service on exchanges in the US, …

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