Ctrip is the Priceline of China, especially now that Priceline has pumped $500 million into the company. In this episode of Doodling Howard, I use ChartIQ to look at the history of the stock and dive into its break out a few weeks ago.
Ultimately, I think Ctrip is a winner in China. If you’re going to invest, just keep in mind it’s a pretty volatile stock.
Today’s doodle is about rockets.
When Wall Street fires rockets most rockets FAIL and they implode on the retail investor. Take RocketFuel, which is down another 20 percent, and is the perfect example of the IPO gods crushing the small investor.
I’m starting a new educational yet irreverent video series I’m calling “Doodling Howard,” where I doodle on stock charts to make sense of them.
First up, Whole Foods. Whole Foods is one of those 100 year brands. It’s never a smooth ride in this lower margin retail business, but great brands are worth owning when they are down.
Here is my trade idea on Whole Foods, which I own at the moment.
Yahoo is spending $100 million on an ad campaign. It should spend the money on a documentary to teach brands how to piss money away and ignore your customers.
Now Twitter has $100 million. Maybe…
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RT @theEquilibrium The Best of Chart.ly’s Weekend Charts - 9/27/09 http://bit.ly/15tiQl The TA gang gets bigger and better $$
http://bit.ly/k3S1h that is one of the most gorgeous rainbow trouts I have ever seen and I have caught hundreds
Just finished the stockcamp panel and speaker list. lots of new stuff to show off and @nasdaq will be a fantastic host. Great location. $$