Category Archives: Investments

Best Downgrade Timing – after 90% drop in share price

Research In Motion ($RIMM) was downgraded this morning by Morgan Stanley. The firm lowered their rating from Equal Weight to Underweight.   The stock has fallen from $144 to $10   Advertisements

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The $4 Million Complaint Call

Inspiring story from Inc on how 1 call ended up $4m order down the line There’s a moral to the story: Every customer needs to be treated with respect, and no customer should be left dissatisfied. I’m not saying that … Continue reading

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Equity Value

Chris Dixon has  a great blog post on Equity Value: There is a relationship between capital, revenue, profits, and equity values:  Enterprise software companies tend to require lots of capital to get to scale but command high equity values once … Continue reading

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Bloomberg is testing Greek Drachma

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Why Facebook Stock isn’t a great buy?

Henry Blodget, of Business Insider, has a great post of why facebook stock isn’t a great buy.  Here is the link to full post: Facebook’s private-market investors who captured all of the high-multiple “momentum” upside…while public-market investors climbed aboard just … Continue reading

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Why insiders buy?

“Insiders might sell their shares for any number of reasons, but they buy them for only one: they think the price will rise.” Peter Lynch

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What is the worst part of being a VC?

An anonymous user has a great response on Quora, Q&A Site: I have been a VC general partner for nearly 10 years at a large brand name fund. Have had several successful exits. Am on the exact kind of career … Continue reading

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