Oprah Lost $24 Million in One Day on Her Weight Watchers Stock

Oprah Lost $24 Million in One Day on Her Weight Watchers Stock

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When OPRAH WINFREY invested $43 million in Weight Watchers last year, the stock went up and she doubled her money almost instantly. Then last month, she made $12 million in an hour just by posting a 30-second Weight Watchers ad about how she eats bread everyday.

But just so you know, Oprah is NOT magic. She loses money on the stock market like everybody else. Last Thursday, the stock plummeted 27% . . . meaning she lost $24 MILLION at the drop of a hat.

Don’t worry about her though. She bought in when the shares were $6.79, and it’s currently at $11.01. So she’s still up around $75 million since buying in five months ago . . . and she’s worth $3 BILLION overall.

Study finds that some people binge watch due to depression and loneliness

Study finds that some people binge watch due to depression and loneliness

Are you one of those people who sit in front of your TV and devour a whole season of “Orange is the New Black” the minute it comes to Netflix? Well, while that may sound like fun, it could be the sign of something serious, because a new study has found a link between binge watching and depression.

“When people start talking about binge-watching they chuckle and find it harmless,” says Wei-Na Lee, one of the study’s authors. “If it is a binge behavior … [we wanted] to see if there [are] some negative factors.”

The study looked at 316 volunteers, ages 18-29, who were asked questions about their TV watching behavior as well as their moods. Binge watching was defined as watching at least two episodes of one show in a sitting, and the study found that 75 percent of subjects were actually binge watchers. And of that group, 75 of them watched between one and three hours of TV.

As for their feelings, the study found that people who were feeling depressed or lonely were more likely to binge watch than those who were happy, and those who had issues controlling their emotions binged even more. What’s more, binge watchers are most likely to do it alone.

But you can’t necessarily blame the TV for depression. The study did not look at what caused people to be lonely or depressed, so there’s no way to know which came first. Of course, finishing a whole season in one day may cause you to be depressed since now you’ll have to wait a year for new episodes.

Source: Today.com