Big tech stocks tumble

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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/07/27/big-tech-stocks-tumble.html

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Problem is that stocks change more often than trump’s twitter feed. Or Katy Perry’s.

Could peer validating flop mods replace ticker tape? Perhaps only until after summer break will updates be provided.

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As someone who has some portion of their portfolio invested in FB…I am not pleased.

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Capital!
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I buy stocks based more on how I like the products. It works most of the time. Right now it’s not working with Chipolte, because I don’t like buritos stuffed with white rice.

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Twitter’s down 14%

Wow. 86 cents a share now?!?

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Alphabet Inc is down 2.78% today. MS is down as is IBM so it’s hitting some other software/service companies as well Looking at Samsung and Lenovo it looks like the manufacturing side is doing ok but HP is down as well.

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You’ve gotten yourself into this position sir.

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Should’ve invested in Nintendo

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well. I do not ever invest directly in any single company. (i.e. no stocks)

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See, all my #deletefacefuckingbook’s worked.

tenor-2

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Chinese call it 非死不可; pronounced: Fei Si Bu Ke, means: the one must die

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We did. Bought a Switch.

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is this why companies would split their stocks back in the 1990s ?

i thought that that was a strategy for using volume to hedge for price volatility.

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Would now be a good time to sell my pets.com stock?

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Boingboing uses no dates or timestamps, either, and more and more is diving into clickbait headlines (example: ‘watch pilots ejecting at Mach 8’), so thanks for pointing out the dangers of news aggregators using these ‘techniques.’

Why can’t BB use dates and times? I’m using Firefox on Android, fwiw.

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