I quit a six figure job nd purchsed a Chinese, Japanese restaurant in Anchorage, Alaska because I believe that the market is wide open for an Asian restaurant if I can list it in the NASDAQ.
In the past 6 months, i have cut cost and lied up a list of items that are easy to cook and sell well with good profit margins, and the customer base is inceasing every month.
I m looking for a small number of active/inactive investors/partners who want to mke it big in the stock market, to help me in the preparation to expand to new locations and to bring the company public.
I prefer investor who have knowledge or experience in crowd funding and pre-IPO to form the structure of the Corporation. CEO, Presidents, CFO.. positions and members of the Board of Directors.
It takes Panda Express 30 years to grow from nothing to over 2000 locations. It has almost no competition. I believe that we can grow to 100 locatios in the next 12 months. $1 investment today could grow to $10 or $100 or $1000 the day we are listed and becoe a publicly traded company.
I strongly believe that Asian foods beat Mexican foods any time.
I strogly believe that we can do it. We have the products nd the market is wide open for the first publicly traded Chiese restaurant.
if you are interested, please reply to this post, or send me a Fce Book friend request.
Look for Chris Alaska or Tokyo Garden in Anchorage, AK
not that is will fall to $300 or even $200 but that its rise is now very limited,thus, no worth tying money up in.
especially after BREXIT and election year. earnings revisions continue to come in lower and this stock might take YEARS to recover and by then, costs will have risen and competition will eat market share. but as a trade, CMG is probably pretty good once it sells down to $350-$370
=== John Boland of Maple Capital Management, an investment manager based in Vermont, said his firm has been considering some stocks that look too beaten-down because of Brexit-induced turmoil. For example, he bought shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill when it was below $400 a share early Friday.
"They're a U.S.-focused company, so it was illogical for them to be down. That's what we're looking for, companies that have no ties or minimal ties to the EU market," Boland said.
I know of other firms who did that and it turned out GREAT for the shorts. Sorry, no names offered.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
My comment pertained to the global environment as a whole. The British will not cease to conduct just as much commerce as they were.
As for CMG, of course it's over valued. With its growth in the rear view mirror, it should be selling at a PE similar to McDonald's. It will get there.
total over reaction? nope, it hasn't sold off enough. just wait till next 4 qtrs. of earnings for US companies, going to be a mess. as for CMG, still way over valued. $350 is about right, $338 is ultimate support level. we will see soon enough, ihave been $200 right to the downside so, I don't care.
IMO, selloff in response to BrExit is a total over-reaction. Whether a country is independent or part of consortium is largely irrelevant to commerce. This will blow over. The Brits saw the ongoing Islamification of the E.U. and decided they'd had enough. Good for them.
and the US is on brink of recession otherwise the Fed would have raise rates more than once already in 10 years. CMG is not a good investment above $300. Minimum wages increases and how long can oil stay low? forever? not likely. COSTS will increase and soon, they will have to dilute shares to grow or sustain business model which has threat of competition. this BRexit vote is the tip of the iceberg, China is still the big question mark
like its stock action after breaking through the glass ceiling 400 threshold
marching up toward green land for a pre-earning run, i guess? gooooo $$$
Even though CMG has been cut in half, there are a lot of long time holders sitting on substantial profits. Which means more downside when they finally decide to protect the remaining profits and throw in the towel. Its going to be interesting... my bet is CMG gets cut down again into the mid 300's at least
Sentiment: Strong Sell
It won't go straight up, but generally, I agree with your statement that in the long-term, CMG will rise. The fact that it broke 400 and quickly recovered above it is a positive sign for sure.
Yes, the near term looks nasty for most stocks, especially high flyers. But remember, this stock has been pretty much zipped in half from its highs of 758. Britain leaves the EU, people are still going to be hungry lol. CMG will go back to greatness once people can completely trust it again, and given how serious the company is taken food-borne illness now, they will come stronger than ever.