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Offering a forum for the buying and selling of stuff, eBay is the world’s largest online marketplace.
The trend in mobile engagement for all eBay, Inc. products is rising fast and the company is making great improvements in consumer-facing experiences. eBay is focused on the future trends in shopping behavior AND making a profit. It's also a fiscally- and environmentally-responsible company that doesn't believe in quarter-by-quarter numbers, but rather investing in long-term growth. A very "foolish" company.
You can find anything on ebay fast and cheap whether it cards cars or moonrocks ebay has it! i got my first console there and it worked, great as good as new!
High growth, reasonable P/E
Lagged the market and seems undervalued
Ebay makes money as long as it has users. It does not have the high costs as a traditional retailer. It also has Paypal which could turn into the way consumers purchase things in the future.
Has some money making potential.
Ebay and Paypal are an unbeatble duo
eBay has continued to ignore their biggest revenue source, the seller. The review policy is heavily biased towards the buyer which offers great protection for buyers but can often end up burning sellers. I believe these factors combined will chase away small sellers and only the big boys will be left. This will tend to make eBay just another online market place. There are many companies that can do this better.
Carl Icahn's proposal to spin-off Paypal. Valuation for mobile payment makes breakup value higher than the current price.
Continues to grow at double digit rates; good use of cash; well managed; and recent acquisition of GSI could provide future growth of inventory service and delivery for brick & mortar retailers.
Low Forward P/E
Great Business model
continuing negative sentiment
One of my top 5 picks for 2014. (CTSH, EBAY, ESRX, QCOM, ORCL)My 2013 top picks (CTSH, AXP, DTV, BBBY, DE) averaged 32% return vs 27% for S&P 500 as of 12/21/13.
Ebay is a great company, compared to its competitors it is actually very cheap, valued little above 2 P/B, for a tech stock it is dirt cheap. Amazon, doesn't make any money and it is at a 150 billion market cap. Ebay has made any movement YTD, I think next year will be a great year for Ebay.If you are looking for growth, they certainly can grow by simultaneously adapting a model similar to Amazon. I think this is a great stock. I had the same feeling about Yahoo when it was $20, but I never put money into it. I am not going to make the same mistake with this.Lately media has been giving a little attention to Ebay, I think this is the right time to start, they will hype this up and make it over valued. Before that get in.
Overbought on weekly & monthly RSI, MACD & Slow Stoch.
In it for Paypal
Recent capitulation - stock is down 4% over the last 52 weeks. There's upside here...looks like a good stock for 2014 IMO.
ebay is on the way to extinction. It's lousy customer service, poor leadership, and its disgusting treatment of its small-medium size sellers has finally caught up with it. They have kicked out tens of thousands of sellers who would bring in millions if not billions of revenue for ebay. Doing so, ebay has committed corporate suicide-that is why their revenue is down in every quarter and will continue on the way down. Just look at the numbers. Don't sink with this titanic or you will lose all that you've invested. Get out now!
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