#Delete Facebook

Bad news, sports fans... I'm writing to regretfully inform you... Menlo, we have a problem... Regular readers (the "cult following", as it were) know we don't spend a lot of time here talking about individual stocks unless there's a discernible macro narrative involved, as is the case right now with names like General Motors, Harley-Davidson and Whirlpool, whose Q2 reports are notable for what they reveal about the early impact of the Trump administration's trade war on the U.S. corporate
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3 thoughts on “#Delete Facebook

  1. Well H, this is one of your funniest articles yet. I’m not a FB hater, I’m not a bear, this is simply great humor.

    It does make me question the “value” of what those well paid analysts have to say about any of these momentum stocks. I never understood where they pull the price targets from, since fundamentals were thrown to the curb years ago. I guess it’s other people’s money.

    It wouldn’t surprise me if FB was back at 200 a few months from now (even with the persistent financial ramifications stated in the release), assuming no issues at that Senate hearing in Sept, Tremendous momentum on FB,

    I will end this comment with a humorous quote from the article above:

    “….whose Q2 reports are notable for what they reveal about the early impact of the Trump administration’s trade war on the U.S. corporate sector.”

    MAGA.

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