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Mt. Gox's apparent demise is yet another powerful warning to those thinking of investing in or trading the virtual currency.
If the company's board hired experienced effective management, Robert Weinstein says he'd buy shares with both fists.
It won't be difficult for the company to reach a $20 per share once the cloud of gloom disperses.
I would rather see Apple buy Yahoo!, but buying back shares and increasing the dividend would be acceptable
Why would he resign if Mt. Gox was about to resume business as usual?
Trading over $5 is paramount -- stocks under that threshold are not marginable at many brokers and many funds and investors won't touch it.
Don't buy into it and don't become a remorseful bag-holder buying at the top.
A report by PandaLabs suggest almost one-third of U.S. computers are compromised by malware and or viruses.
According to one measure, Yahoo!'s stock trades at 3.3 times forward earnings, a remarkably cheap price.