eBay Added To Citigroup Recommended List


I’m sorry to bore you with some more of my babblings about eBay. However, I don’t think that you think that they are a completely unexpected addition to my achievements. I do presume that you would like to talk some more on the subject.

Sometimes things aren’t as they seem, but you don’t want to skim over this. The most important aspect to consider is this: Citigroup is a recognized expert in stock investments and eBay has been placed on their recommended list. It seems that Citigroup strategist Tobias Levkovich added eBay (EBAY) to the firm’s recommended list today.

Why is it that I completely oppose this well-known expert on eBay? You may not realize that I be may be pleased with this move when it comes to eBay. In the long run, the problem with eBay is that it is too much under the thrall of institutional investors. This means that they tend to screw over small business sellers at the drop of a hat. It is incredible how a person like Tobias Levkovich doesn’t relate to a elementary issue like small businesses one eBay.

Just to give you a taste, here are 4 talking points on this issue:

  • The small business seller on eBay is easily overlooked
  • Stock analyst often provide a lot of unneeded “expert help”
  • The impact of pleasing big investors on small sellers gets ignored too frequently by eBay management
  • Taking eBay private would solve of many problems

I have the feeling that I can urge that Tobias Levkovich dig deeper into what small business sellers are grousing about concerning eBay management. There is basically one notion on this conception. I don’t know why Tobias Levkovich couldn’t try to deal with it ASAP.

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