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Old 01-07-2018,
Aknabenab Aknabenab is offline
 
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Default TSCM- Any Thoughts?

I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts they would like to share about TSCM. With Cramers growingTV/radio exposure and constant mention of thestreet.com on these appearances, it makes me curious about the potential of this stock.
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Old 01-08-2018,
AlanaIvb8 AlanaIvb8 is offline
 
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Well, I mentioned it because I started listening and keeping track of how many stocks Cramer mentiones more than once per segment.
I was really surprised at how often he mentions thestreet.com per show, and thought that was curious abouthow many people log on to the site after seeing him. I understand his involvment with the company, but was also thinking that subscriptions might be way up since he has had so much exposure these days. And at under $5.00 I thought it was worth asking you all about.
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Old 01-08-2018,
AlannaHerb AlannaHerb is offline
 
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TSCM had a profitable quarter and are beneficiaries of the secular uptrend in online advertising. They are obviously levered to Cramer's popularity. TSCM spiked the day after Cramer appeared on 60 Minutes. It spiked today after the MadMoney Main Event.

I see 2 factors at play here. First is the Mad Money emotional traders driving the stock up everytime Cramer makes a high rating TV appearance. It's a buy-it-because-he-mentioned-it kind of phenomenon. I'm long TSCM from $4, so I'll take the gains hapilly, even though I fear that rises like that are suspect. It's like the people who buy Cramer's first stock the second he mentions it on the 6pm airing of Mad Money. It can be a profitable game, but it's not the game for me.
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Old 01-10-2018,
afdaoqalub afdaoqalub is offline
 
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My hope, and we'll see if this plays out, is that Cramer's popularity actually adds to the TSCM's bottom line. I hope that his popularity is actually driving subscriptions to RealMoney.com, ActionAlertsPlus.com, and the other subcription services at TSCM, and that his popularity is driving eyeballs to the sites, which are translating into paid advertising clicks.

As I said, either way I'm happy if it goes up. My target is $6. If I get the sense that Cramer's popularity is actually driving revenues to TSCM, I'll hold. If it seems that his popularity is just getting people excited about the stock, I'll look to take profits at my target.

Any thoughts on which dynamics are at play here?
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Old 01-10-2018,
afubuluz afubuluz is offline
 
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I actually think that yahoo has a bigger part to play here. Everyday I use yahoo to research my stocks and others. Every stock's news page is filled with links to articles at thestreet.com - sometimes they are free and sometimes they just give you a teaser paragraph - usually you have to pay for a subscription. They have a lot of good analysts - I'd pay to read more from their own chart guru guy.

Two thumbs up, way up!

p.s. I don't own this.
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