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Uber Stock Sentiment Will Move Positively After Quarterly Report, Says Analyst

Who is John Galt?

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The article’s author - Citigroup’s Itay Michaeli is clearly delusional:

And lastly, he thinks that investors have to a certain degree lost sight of the long-term proposition of Uber: driverless cars. “The terminal value of the Rides business was always predicated on a different business construct than today’s,” he points out, and “if anything, we think Uber’s relative autonomous-vehicles position has improved this year.”

It is interesting in the above that he refers to “the terminal value”.

Having lost 30% of its value in only 6 months, Über races toward its terminal value.

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Taxi2Uber

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Most people just see that Uber lost 5.2 billion last quarter.
But they really "only" lost 1.3 billion, not including the one-time stock-based compensation payments of 3.9 billion.
So when Uber loses "only" 1 or 2 billion this quarter, most people will say WOW, What an improvement from last quarter.
BUY!! BUY!!
 

uberdriverfornow

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Most people just see that Uber lost 5.2 billion last quarter.
But they really "only" lost 1.3 billion, not including the one-time stock-based compensation payments of 3.9 billion.
So when Uber loses "only" 1 or 2 billion this quarter, most people will say WOW, What an improvement from last quarter.
BUY!! BUY!!
honestly i really think that's what is happening
 

TheDevilisaParttimer

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The article’s author - Citigroup’s Itay Michaeli is clearly delusional:

And lastly, he thinks that investors have to a certain degree lost sight of the long-term proposition of Uber: driverless cars. “The terminal value of the Rides business was always predicated on a different business construct than today’s,” he points out, and “if anything, we think Uber’s relative autonomous-vehicles position has improved this year.”

It is interesting in the above that he refers to “the terminal value”.

Having lost 30% of its value in only 6 months, Über races toward its terminal value.

.
Terminal illness
 

goneubering

Well-Known Member
The article’s author - Citigroup’s Itay Michaeli is clearly delusional:

And lastly, he thinks that investors have to a certain degree lost sight of the long-term proposition of Uber: driverless cars. “The terminal value of the Rides business was always predicated on a different business construct than today’s,” he points out, and “if anything, we think Uber’s relative autonomous-vehicles position has improved this year.”

It is interesting in the above that he refers to “the terminal value”.

Having lost 30% of its value in only 6 months, Über races toward its terminal value.

.
Hahahaha!!

Terminal Value. Good one!!
 

nouberipo

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I believe the analyst just like I believe Uber whenever they lie to us. There are so many articles talking about profitability coming around the corner BUT do you know how much money the writer, or the people they write for, have invested in the company? It is 2019 and most articles are written for a purpose......profit. Lying is no longer considered shameful as long as it ends in profit. Cultural principles that the US used to be able to use as a socio-cultural compass in decision making is broke.
 

tohunt4me

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The article’s author - Citigroup’s Itay Michaeli is clearly delusional:

And lastly, he thinks that investors have to a certain degree lost sight of the long-term proposition of Uber: driverless cars. “The terminal value of the Rides business was always predicated on a different business construct than today’s,” he points out, and “if anything, we think Uber’s relative autonomous-vehicles position has improved this year.”

It is interesting in the above that he refers to “the terminal value”.

Having lost 30% of its value in only 6 months, Über races toward its terminal value.

.
Most people just see that Uber lost 5.2 billion last quarter.
But they really "only" lost 1.3 billion, not including the one-time stock-based compensation payments of 3.9 billion.
So when Uber loses "only" 1 or 2 billion this quarter, most people will say WOW, What an improvement from last quarter.
BUY!! BUY!!
WHEN UBER LEARNS BUSINESSES MAKE PROFITS

THEY MAY SEE AN UPTURN.

IF THEY HAVE ANY DRIVERS LEFT !
 

Lowestformofwit

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These “experts” are just a variation on those tipsters that infest the papers and airwaves with their “expert advice” on which horses to back at the racetrack each week.
Despite universally poor strike rates, and equally poor financial results for their followers, they’ll always be back next week with a fresh round of ill-informed advice for their disciples.
While they’re being paid to do so, of course.
 
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