Short bet not working out so well as restaurants are doing well......minus MCD.
You're correct, Cliff_Diver14... PZZA incurred over $200 million in debt for a stock buyback and the insiders would sell on relative highs which would depress the stock price and when there was some recovery ("genuine" or "artificialyl-created) they would again sell on relative highs.
Could you provide as many links as possible or "search terms" so I could Google as many copies of those articles as possible
It seems the market disagrees with the negative sentiment on this board.
I am sure your mind is shot, that's what happens when you eat too many pzza pies. You probably live in Colorado too.
Announcer: "Hey, Kenneth Bae, you've just been released by North Korea after two years of hard labor! What are you going to do now?"
Bae: "I'm going to Dis......., er, I'm getting a pizza from Papa John's!!!
I got an email in one of my Yahoo accounts recently, purportedly from: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND (IMF)
HEAD OFFICE NO: 23 ADEBOYE ST,
I think IT'S a scam, because I find it hard to believe that there are any streets in Nigeria. Roads maybe, but not streets.
PapaaJohn's on the other hand, sells actual products which people buy. Toasty products; but those banks in Nigeria won't even send you a toaster first.
The motto here?: buy a pizza with your money, don't wire it to some bank in Africa, even if you DO find it on Google Maps first.
ok papa john long, add character assassination to the long list of words you don't the meanings of. You can't short a co. to the ground. Papa Johns pizza is consistently rated terrible,
its balance sheet is falling apart, shareholder equity has outright collapsed while debt has soared.
I haven't seen any fundamental equity analysis. I've seen character assassination. This is a market where hedge funds could own a 2 billion $ corporation and short it into the ground given any shenanigans.
You need to look up the meaning of that word, it has nothing to do with fundamental equity analysis.
I could create a cup and handle formation with an over $140 million share repurchase program , I dont trust the FOCUS program one bit.
sorry, the whole run up since qtrly report is fueled by the aggressive share purchase program using debt. This co. is way way way overvalued. Its a scam.
Looks like a cup and handle forming. Market likes the aggressive growth and new franchise expansion.....fueled by debt. Positive cash flow?
ok, you tell The Economist , Barrons and the WALL St. Journal they are wrong. PZZA buys back shares to orchestrate EPS. That's a scam. IF you go back on this mesage board a yr ago, when the shares were $55, there was someone arguing it a scam then, and the stock fell considerably. The stock is still a scam. The last COO , in my opinion, because the co. is a scam.
I don't think it is a scam. I know of a lot of corporations that buy stock from executives to avoid diluting investors.
the shares will crash again like they did last time. The ceo sold his $38 million worth of shares to company debt. That's a SCAM. It was written up in Barrons and the WS Journal as a scam, the scam of using debt to buy back shares haphazardly. This co. is a scam. it pump its shares with debt so the ceo can sell he shares to the co. using debt to buy the shares. Thats a total SCAM.
I see it for what it is, this co. is a scam. Meanwhile the USA dollar is soaring and it
isnt helping intl sales one bit.