Earning Forecast Tips for Facebook, Groupon, Tesla Motors, Yahoo, Alcoa, and Ford Motor
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HONG KONG, Oct. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- EarningForecast.com has issued earnings forecast reports for investors digging US stock market's real value: Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), Groupon (NASDAQ:GRPN), Tesla Motors (NASDAQ:TSLA), Yahoo! (NASDAQ:YHOO), Alcoa (NYSE:AA), and Ford Motor (NYSE:F).
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Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB): By the end of trading session, Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) shares lost 0.78% to US$46.77 with more than 147.02 million shares traded, compared to its average volume of 78.37 million shares. When the social giant market cap reached US$113.90 billion, the share rose about 75% year-to-date. The company expended its mobile advertising products to gain traction with its efforts to monetize the mobile user base. But in the market, lots of advertisers still aren't spending too heavily for paid ads on social media sites. Observing comprehensive analysis of Facebook could help investors avoid big lost in investment. Check FB earnings forecast report below.
Groupon Inc (NASDAQ:GRPN): The Groupon (NASDAQ:GRPN) shares began the trading session with a price of US$10.56. When day-trade ended, the stock finally dropped 2.52% (or US$0.26) to US$10.26. The stock traded 30.58 million shares in the last trading session, compared to its daily average of 22.21 million shares. Back to last year for its IPO, the shareholders experienced losing more than 80% of their capitals. This year, Groupon rewarded its investors with gains over 110% and becomes one of the performing tech stocks of year. Investors may want to find out where Groupon will go from here. Observe comprehensive GRPN earnings forecast report here.
Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA): The share of Tesla Motors (NASDAQ:TSLA) began the trading session with a price of US$174.73. When day-trade ended, the stock price fell 3.41% to US$168.78 by the end of last trading session. The stock traded 15.32 million shares in the last trading session, compared to its daily average of 10.54 million shares. The company reported it sold 4750 and 5150 Model S in North America for first two quarter. According to the VIN number they've assigned, the third quarter sales would be 8450. In these days, the hype of the Model S Fire is dying down and the driver of the burnt car is planning to have new Tesla car. Do you think Tesla Motors will go on? Do you think now is a good time to buy the stock? Investors could check TSLA earnings forecast report here.
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