phaaaarrrrrrrrmaheeerrro, one of the biggest morons posting on Yahoo. How many aliases do you have now idiot ?
Let me show you my little friend..........$200+ mil cash flow from operations/yr.....................
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It does not look like the short interest was significant, but seemed like yesterday's seller was today's big buyer!
Great day to be long.
Neither but I am capable of recognizing a fool who is in deep poo. I suggest you stop skipping school and concentrate on your English and writing skills. It's never too late and your day trading doesn't seem to be working out.
Wow you and all of your alias shorts are getting absolutely SMOKED! I love it and hope it continues until you crawl back under your rock.
I agree it is hilarious....glad I am shorting tomorrow morning....let's not forget oil prices are much higher....those added costs will hurt too!!
Sentiment: Strong Sell
How can JACK meet expected EPS for Q#3-FY16 of $.94 on Revenue of $375 million, both all-time highs for Q#3, given that 17% of their Restaurants were closed during part of Q#3 due to flooding in the Houston, TX. If JACK can't realistically make Q#3 expected numbers, how can JACK meet full year FY16 Revenue and EPS as well? None of the Press Releases thus far have provided any estimated amounts for Q#3 Revenue and EPS for JACK, so it will be really interesting if Analysts dig at this during tomorrow's Conference Call.
"At the Jack in the Box® brand, system same-store sales were flat for the quarter as compared to an increase of 8.9 percent in the prior year.
Third qtr guidance...
Same-store sales ranging from approximately down 2.0 percent to flat at Jack in the Box company restaurants versus a 5.5 percent increase in the year-ago quarter. The low end of the sales guidance range reflects trends through the first four weeks of the third quarter which have been negatively impacted by heavy rainfall and flooding in Houston where 17 percent of Jack in the Box company restaurants are located.