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Despire Shire's rejection of AbbVie's latest takeover offer, investors on StockTwits.com believe Shire will be purchased--if not by AbbVie than by another pharmaceutical company.
Smith & Wesson sales guidance disappointed, leading investors to argue that gun laws which had spurred a buying blitz are now having their intended impact.
Investors on StockTwits.com say Coach has lost its cachet and may need a management shakeup to bring in new ideas and renew interest in the brand.
Investors on StockTwits.com say SolarCity's move into panel manufacturing will help grow the industry and could spur more consolidation.
Actions by the New York and New Jersey legislatures have investors betting that Tesla will soon overturn all bans against its direct sales model.
Reports that Nissan, maker of the electric vehicle industry-leading Leaf, and BMW are interested in teaming up with Tesla to build charging stations confirmed calls that Tesla opening up its patents would fuel the industry.
After digesting Tesla CEO Elon Musk's decision to release patents to competitors, investors on StockTwits decided the move could spark the necessary investment in the Gigafactory and Superchargers needed for Tesla's mass market car to be successful.
The Athletic wear company needs a unified vision if it hopes to battle back competitors like Athleta, say investors.
Investors have largely discounted the impact of Amazon Prime Music, since its service doesn't hold a candle to either Apple or Pandora's music streaming services. But Amazon's 20 million-plus and growing Prime subscribers are nothing to ignore.
Restoration Hardware's whopping 200% EPS growth shows wealthy consumers are willing to pay a premium for high-end brands.