How Much Would You Pay To Use Twitter?

Jul 26, 2015
J. Webster
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Chrissy Teigen would pay $10K a month to use Twitter...and then there's Trump who just loves Twitter since he doesn't pay anything to use it, says it's like owning a newspaper without the losses. I think it would make sense for Twitter to offer certain VIP type accounts, where you don't see any ads and maybe have more protection against spam or trolls. Twitter could give more services to paid accounts, whether that's more stats or the like and charge a monthly fee - perhaps not $10K a month like Teigen suggests but maybe $5 or $10 a month for

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Howard Marks: Hold Stocks for Five Years, Not Five Minutes

Jul 26, 2015
J. Webster
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I don't know, there just aren't too many stock traders who can day trade or go in and out of stocks on a day to day or week to week basis. On TV, you often hear about all of these amazing trades, but you don't hear about those bad trades and the suffering of making a bad trade. Just like Jim Cramer says about Apple, don't trade it just own it, the idea of long term investing should be talked about much more than it is. Here Howard Marks says think long term, as in five years, when you

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Pete Najarian Drinks 15 Cups of Coffee a Day

Jul 22, 2015
J. Webster
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CNBC's Pete Najarian loves coffee. Najarian loves coffee so much that he drinks 15 cups a day - everyday. So, if you're watching him on Fast Money and you see him a bit hyped up about a stock or option play, then this just might be why. I'm guessing Najarian wouldn't be able to function without his "java".... And Pete Najarian knows his coffee, from McDonald's to Starbucks to Dunkin' Donuts...take a look at this coffee taste

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The iPod Is Apple’s Gateway Drug

Jul 16, 2015
J. Webster
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Yeah, it makes sense that Apple would keep the iPod going even though everyone seems to have an iPhone, for the kids. The iPod surely is a gateway drug, as it gets you within the iTunes system. But it's also not a bad product for the Internet service providers, right? I mean you have to have Internet access to listen to Apple Music and go on Facebook and Snapchat or whatever else kids are doing these days. I see a lot of kids watching Youtube videos on their smart phones, so that's just good for maxing out your data plan,

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Carl Icahn Says Stock Market Is Overheated

Jul 6, 2015
J. Webster
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Who's selling their shares based on these two tweets by Carl Icahn? For the past few years every financial pundit on TV or Twitter and said this is the top, but the stock market just keeps going higher and higher. But you'd have to be crazy not to sell some stock if you've been in the market since the crash five or six years ago....it's been an amazing run from the bottom. And if you're going to listen to someone, perhaps it doesn't hurt to heed Carl Icahn's call, as his calls on Netflix and Apple have been dead on

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Jim Cramer Sold Half of His Twitter Position

Jul 4, 2015
J. Webster
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Mad Money's Jim Cramer says he sold half of his position in Twitter....Cramer has been frustrated with insiders selling shares of Twitter and that seems to be continuing. Whoever the new CEO is at Twitter, the first thing he should do is buy a bunch of shares to show he or she has skin in the game for the long term.

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Snoop Dogg Says He’ll Lead Twitter Higher

Jun 12, 2015
J. Webster
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Maybe Twitter should have a new CEO everyday or at least an honorary CEO of the day where they set the agenda. I'm sure Snoop Dogg's agenda if he was CEO would be pass out joints to all employees, but he also tweets about helping Twitter make more money, which is exactly what Wall Street is looking for. What do you say Twitter board of directors, will you give Snoop Dogg a chance to be CEO?

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Watch ESPN Instead of CNBC to Make Money

Jun 5, 2015
J. Webster
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Who knew you could make more money if you watched ESPN all day instead of CNBC....? I not sure why CNBC is singled out in the above Tweet, you can add Bloomberg, Fox Business, and so on, to the list of financial news channels you should avoid if you want to make money. And by make money I mean not loose money which is just as good

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Netflix Stock Analysis Needs Translation….

May 31, 2015
J. Webster
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Could someone please decipher or translate this into English....? The stock analysis of Netflix is written in a way it's almost like they don't want you know what they're saying or they don't know what to really say about Netflix's stock. Time and time again you see stock analysts downgrade or upgrade stocks when it's too late in cycle of the stock. They come in and downgrade a stock when it's been cut in half already or upgrade a stock when it's just run up twenty or thirty points. As far as Netflix's stock goes, it's best to listen

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Financial Tweet of the Week: Josh Brown (The Reformed Broker)

May 31, 2015
J. Webster
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This Tweet by Josh Brown pretty much sums up financial news....and Josh Brown, The Reformed Broker, should know since it's on TV for CNBC's Fast Money show. Instead of watching financial news all day long you'd be better off taking Warren Buffett's advice and read 500 pages a day. You aren't going to miss much if you turn off the TV and read a book once in a while...I've heard it said that it's better to focus on five or six stocks you know inside and out rather than chase the daily ups and downs of the market, which

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