by thri54 Their model is beyond amateurish. They missed Tesla’s diluted share count by over 100M in their newest model. And before anyone mentions possible buybacks, their model already includes
www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-03-27/bubble-deniers-abound-to-dismiss-valuation-metrics-one-by-one Vildana Hajric Everywhere you look, there’s a valuation lens that makes stocks look frothy. Also everywhere you look is someone saying don’t worry about it. The so-called Buffett Indicator.
via CNBC: Lyft, Zoom and Pinterest all priced above their marketed range, while Uber is prepping for what will be this year’s biggest IPO, seeking a $100 billion price tag.
www.cnbc.com/2019/04/13/analysts-dont-know-what-to-make-of-ubers-100-billion-valuation.html Analysts got their first look into Uber’s financials on Thursday, but they still are unsure whether they justify a $100 billion valuation. Uber posted an adjusted EBITDA loss of
www.axios.com/pinterest-ipo-terms-private-valuation-430d186d-56d5-4a07-acc0-dda415b11734.html This company is going to get bulldozed by Instagram. Reminder that within the same days Pinterest officially filed to go public, Instagram conveniently leaked this upcoming feature: techcrunch.com/2019/02/22/instagram-make-collection-public/ Bazinga.
Reddit CEO: We’ve had a lot of investor attention in the last year from CNBC. Reddit raises $300 million at a $3 billion valuation. Investors include Tencent, Sequoia, Fidelity and
by SlovakPotato007 Apple products are overpriced and not aligned with the market (30-40% price increase on most hardware products in 2018) There are many better or equal phones for
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It’s a massive fraud. In no world is this a justified valuation pic.twitter.com/5MfDSxMr0r — Hipster (@Hipster_Trader) October 13, 2018 Hey look!Something new to chart!$TSLA pic.twitter.com/BSPnUCWRLy — TeslaCharts (@TeslaCharts) October 13,
via Jill Mislinski The Q Ratio is a popular method of estimating the fair value of the stock market developed by Nobel Laureate James Tobin. It’s a fairly simple concept, but
2018: Uber: Huge Valuation / No CashflowNetflix: Huge Valuation / No CashflowTesla: Huge Valuation / No Cashflow$nflx $tsla #netflix pic.twitter.com/J0qa5wu5MF — Reminiscences of an American Capitalist (@4Awesometweet) April 16, 2018