If you’ve lost money being long shares of Groupon ($GRPN) this year, it’s probably for one of the following three reasons:
The pride of the Chicago tech scene is losing its grip and fighting its shareholders in the wake of an accounting issue.
Anecdotally speaking, I come across lots of interesting stories in talking with clients and colleagues throughout the day…
Regular readers know I’ve been hating on Groupon ($GRPN) since before the IPO, I made it pretty clear that I was not a fan of the model or the opportunity for a daily deals stock. I had some great intel from merchants who used the service and salespeople from competitors about why this should never…
With super low expectations and Merril Hodge getting short squeezed, $TBOW was up
huge the day that Denver announced the replacement of Orton with Tebow.
So what was 2011 about?
How much more sh*t will they sell investors with the nonsensical “social media” tag attached.
What does it really mean when a company IPOs at a valuation of $2 billion? It is easy to get lost in the big numbers when we can’t visualize what it means. Using relative valuations can be a big help. I make it into a game.