It wasn't the tweet that caused the sell off, it was the poor Q1 numbers.
Well sort-of. The thing is wall street speculation is now highly automated. If a stock starts to slip before the numbers are supposed to be released, all the algorithms start to throw off warning bells and cause a sell-off run much more efficiently than humans reading twitter ever could.
If stock slips during an earnings announcement, it is expected, and bots don't emulate panic... if it happens BEFORE earnings announcements, bots latch on to the pattern in what is essentially insider trading, but with plausible deniability.
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It doesn't matter what methodology you use or what you call it if your business model is based on exploiting your disappearing market position.
IBM's horrible business model is "Of course they have to buy IBM and once they do we will punish them for buying IBM by making them pay for IBM over and over again on the "integration services" and "custom maintenance" consulting racket.
That worked great back before every company was a software company, but in the modern era, every company with enough money to look fat and juicy to IBM can and must simply hire their own coders.
Basically the more coders there are in the world, the worse IBM will do. Or rather, the more people understand technology enough to realize IBM is a scam, the worse IBM will do.
Netflix, on the other hand, is a better experience than piracy. Netflix gets my money (and more from me than the average person because I pay for an account with more simultaneous screens since my household has so damned many devices that work flawlessly with netflix).
It isn't cute, it is CEOs taking advantage of YOU directly, and looking like heroes when they do it.
I would imagine it's more fun to just spend the next month watching week to week as nature intended
I don't think nature intended us to be sitting on our asses to watch stories happen on animated flat canvases.
Nature rewards us grandly for it. If "nature" didn't intend us to seek food and entertainment, our bodies wouldn't fill our junkie brains with dopamine when we do it.
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