Why A Worthless Company Can Still Have Huge Stock Growth


by Anthony Sibley (AJ) on Feb 15, 2015 | Views: 97 | Score: 0
NSDQ Yahoo Stock Price (% Change)*3rd Quarter Revenue (% Change)
201019.141.64
201113.67-24
201228.98-1.23
201323.15-5.22
201450.440.8
Year-over-Year Percentage Change
Stock Prices from Second Week of September
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Anthony Sibley (AJ)
Anthony Sibley (AJ) on Feb 15, 2015 4:37 PM said:

Since the sixth CEO in five years took over, Yahoo, Inc.'s stock price has increased over 125%. Nevertheless, Wall Street investors consider the Yahoo to be worth effectively less than zero, as its assets are worth more than the company itself. Yahoo owns a share of the Chinese site, Alibaba, worth roughly $37 billion and a stake in Yahoo Japan worth over $8 billion. But Yahoo's market value is a mere $39 billion. While Yahoo's sites continue to be some of the most popular online, the company's core business has proven incapable of effectively monetizing its huge internet traffic.