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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.
Since Mayer took over the helm at Yahoo, she has acquired several small companies mostly startups. The objective is not only to acquire the unique products and applications but to also procure the best talents hired by these organizations.
The Yahoo stock reached new heights in the last few trading sessions. The price hit $48.28 which is not only the new 52-week high but the highest since the dot com bubble. Its holding in Alibaba of approximately two point five billion shares is responsible for this surge.
YHOO impresses me and I'm considering going long the stock. Earnings have been consistently increasing every year and the new management seems to get their act together. At a 5x P/E I think this is a no brainer!
A lot of mobile internet providers choose yahoo as their search engine go-to over bing or google. Also yahoo finance, is used by many in the businessworld. No one really goes running to Google finance or Bing finance.
I'm surprised Yahoo! is sitll in business as well. The company did away with a major analytical tool, which steered away lots of people. Their advertising program is also a little weird and way behind Google's.
Yahoo! at one time was a great stock to be in. It's had so many changes of leadership and a number of problems with its online ventures over the past several years. I'm not willing to take a chance on Yahoo! until it gets its act together with its ad monetization strategies. Do others have anything more positive to say about Yahoo! stock?