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(1888PressRelease)AOL just sold ICQ-Tanked ON Stock Price and also posted a loss of 59% of their revenue and their ad sales are week-see our story and get updates so you can make money

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(1888PressRelease) AOL just sold ICQ-Tanked ON Stock Price and also posted a loss of 59% of their revenue and their ad sales are week-see our story and get updates so you can make money

Santa Monica California, For Immediate Release

BusinessCapitalloans.com calls AOL A Long Term Short.

AOL shorts are feeling a birthday party now. Our blog network shorted AOL at $28.40 and $28.10 and we see lower downside, as the large carrier of run of network traffic, just posted a 59% drop in revenue with earning only about $30mm vs last year of 75+mm.

Now the stock price has not taken into account, that Bebo.com, a wonderful investment of $850mm, will be showing a major loss on next quarters sheets. Bebo.com has been reported to close and pack up shop from Reuters.com

AOL, owns advertising.com , which they hoped would help, but with small business ad sales declining, as most small businesses went broke, there is only a upside for the major players. Not many companies go to the AOL Advertising.Aol.com, their Advertising-platform to make large buys. Our research online shows, that AOL has run of network traffic, such as smaller search engines , which means their traffic is as Standard and Poor would say " Junk "


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In our opinion, we see the AOL hitting $15-20 a share in the next 14-21 days or less. The company is not worth $75 Billion, as the market cap is almost 3B shares. We believe the company and assets are worth about $5b-$10b now on a rough opinion.

This blog post is our opinion, from the 15 years we have been watching AOL and seen a steady decline, after mergers and major losses in the past. This could be AOL's last run on the stock market, if they do not buy a wise investment website or network, first to recover the $850mm, they lost on Bebo.com and then to make money, or stay afloat.

AOL on top of the news, just made a quick sell and sold on week ads sales, the old Tech messenger to a Russian company, probably for the database. Whats next will AOL, sell their instant messenger and then advertising.com .

Whoever is the brain behind AOL, doesn't know where the market is going online and has clearly demonstrated it this morning"!

To get our internet stock picks up or down, please subscribe on the right hand side for our newsletters and be the first to know the next stock we have a strong opinion on. To see the full storyl post, http://www.businesscapitalloans.com/shorted-aol-tanks-today-on-a-posted-59-loss-in-revenue-short-sell-is-good.php


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http://www.businesscapitalloans.com next 14-21 days or less. The company is not worth $75 Billion, as the market cap is almost 3B shares. We believe the company and assets are worth about $5b-$10b now on a rough opinion.

info ( @ ) businesscapitalloans dot com

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