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PayPal Spin-Off Unlocks Its Huge Growth Potential

PayPal Spin-Off Unlocks Its Huge Growth Potential on May 26, 2015

Payment processing service provider PayPal is expected to spin-off from eBay in Q2’15. Increasing Total Payment Volume that is followed by constant rise in net revenues is PayPal’s real growth story. Separation agreement lifts PayPal restrictions for working with other e-commerce platforms. Long-term investors looking for growth could gain from a direct investment in PayPal.
2016 Will be the Year of Virtual And Augmented Reality (VR/AR)

2016 Will be the Year of Virtual And Augmented Reality (VR/AR) on May 19, 2015

The virtual and augmented reality market is continually progressing and expected to turn into the next big consumer electronics device. Most leading vendors marked 2016 as the year to launch their devices. As we are getting closer to 2016, more information is unveiled, and we can start putting the pieces together.
Baidu: Investors Will Gain Only Once Transformation Is Done

Baidu: Investors Will Gain Only Once Transformation Is Done on May 18, 2015

Baidu's stock price declined following its latest earnings release, and the company is likely to experience further pain before its transformation process is done. Baidu has potential, but the company will have to figure out the 'next big thing' that will propel its performance, both as a company and also as a stock.
Microsoft Valuation Post Earnings - Don't buy Microsoft yet

Microsoft Valuation Post Earnings - Don't buy Microsoft yet on May 14, 2015

Based on a discounted cash flow valuation method, the stock is not attractive at this point, since Microsoft valuations have very little upside potential. Revenue from Windows 10 will see deferral of revenue for the first time for a Windows product. In spite of the stable dividend policy and buy back program, Microsoft gets a hold rating.
IBM and Apple Merger: Is It Even a Possibility?

IBM and Apple Merger: Is It Even a Possibility? on May 08, 2015

Forbes recently published an article stating that Apple should buyout IBM. The combined organization would be large, but there's limited strategic value in merging the two companies. Even if the deal could generate some accretion, creating long-term value out of the combined business would be extremely difficult, as the two companies really aren't compatible. A Microsoft and IBM merger would make more sense from the context of economics, as it would lower competition, and create a central market place for enterprise apps & computing. Even if Apple's cash pile were to match the size of IBM's market cap, share buybacks and investing in organic growth would be a more effective use of its cash.
Apple Watch Analysis shows Gross Margins Will Exceed 50% Eventually

Apple Watch Analysis shows Gross Margins Will Exceed 50% Eventually on May 07, 2015

Apple watch analysis reveals that the Apple Watch will accretive to Apple topline as well as bottomline over the long term, though short term impact on profitability could be negative.

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So what you suggest.. Hold on to eBay stock? and till when?
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@Bilal How do you think Hololens will differentiate from other VR products like Facebook's Oculus VR and Google's Glass? Any thoughts?
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Microsoft Hololens Is The Next Upcomming 3D Windows Glass Which Can Give You Reality With Virtual Effect's Microsoft Hololens Buy
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Giulu, As a first generation of high-end CE device, $500-$700 is reasonable in my opinion. As market evolves prices will drop as happened with Smartphones.
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Keep a close eye on Bloomin' Brands, Inc. (BLMN), Billionaire Steve Cohen's Point72 Asset Management recently disclosed in an SEC filing ( Form SC 13G ) that it boosted to 6,366,209 the number of shares of BLMN (representing a 5.1% stake in the company) in its investment portfolio from the 1,547,900 shares held at the end of the first quarter 2015 Read more at Mike Zaman website http://mikezaman.com/34604/stocks/nevro-nvro-attracts-bay-city-capital-point72-asset-shows-confidence-in-bloomin-brands-blmn/
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