Beyond Alibaba, serious issues trouble Yahoo. In October, the company reported yet another decline in the display advertisement revenue due to reduced desktop ads. Additionally, the mobile ad revenues were only seventeen percent of total sales of approximately $1.2 billion. With obvious risks and big time investments in mobile not paying off, the stock appears risky.
The Tesla stock price has been very volatile in the recent times and is still trading at fifteen percent below its 52 weeks high. However, the price is still up by one hundred percent over the last one year and almost six percent higher than the start of 2013 price. Some experts are estimating the price to double again.
Somehow I am in the camp that believe the US is putting pressure on Saudi Arabia not to cut oil supply in order to drive prices lower and economically hurt Russia. It kind of makes sense and for that reason I expect oil to keep sliding to $60 and possibly lower.
To provide some numbers, Draghi wants to increase ECB's balance sheet by $1 trillion by mid-2016. This means ECB would have to purchase roughly $75 billion each month which is almost equal to the size of the Fed's QE3 (~$85bi/month).