Here are the targets I've got in mind.
I think it's inevitable that the company will soon spin off PayPal.
But I wouldn't be surprised to see a fade back down to today's open near $58.
The new estimates are actually helpful to Yahoo!'s valuation.
Algos kick in when one of these stocks goes higher.
The support that I'm watching is in the $73.49-$74.46 area.
This market applauds a tech turnaround.
It looks as though the stock market is, once again, getting ahead of itself.
I expect the stock will be making a straight run to new highs.
Ten years on, I'm still a big believer.

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