Priceline Stock

Why Will Priceline Split Its Stock? Shares of Priceline Group Inc (NASDAQ:PCLN) are trading above $1,700 at the moment. And if you think that’s expensive, you are not alone. Many investors are craving a Priceline stock split in 2017. Some of them even want to see it divided…

Priceline Group - A League of Its Own While many speculators are constantly on the prowl for the next penny stock ten bagger, core holdings in your portfolio should always include some time tested large-cap stocks. These are stocks that you can hand down to your kids (or…

Priceline Group Is a Generational Stock Generational stocks are scarce—as the name implies—but, for those lucky enough to get in on the early stages, the rewards are usually enormous. One of these so-called generational stocks is online travel site company Priceline Group Inc (NASDAQ:PCLN), which I covered in its…

What's Driving the PCLN Stock Boom? Priceline Group Inc (NASDAQ:PCLN) stock soared in after-market trading after beating analysts' profit estimates, despite also writing down the value of its "OpenTable" restaurant-booking service by $941.0 million. The write-down represents more than a third of the $2.6 billion that Priceline paid to acquire…

PCLN stock: Booking its Way Higher Priceline Group Inc.(NASDAQ:PCLN) stock is not cheap on a per-share basis, trading at $1,429 per share. On the surface, that share price must seem completely obscene, but on a valuation basis, shares are really not that expensive. PCLN stock has a price-to-earnings…

If you’re holding onto shares of Priceline Group Inc (NASDAQ:PCLN) stock, you’ve been rewarded nicely lately. PCLN stock is up about 20% in the last month since the company reported better-than-expected earnings. Investors’ fears about a global growth slowdown affecting Priceline’s earnings have mostly subsided. But PCLN stock…

Shares of Priceline Group Inc (NASDAQ:PCLN) stock surged about 11% on Wednesday after the company reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings. Investors who didn’t have PCLN stock in their portfolios before the earnings call might be kicking themselves. But don’t fret. There just might be some more upside left as…