the bid is comprised of what the market makers want you to see. nothing else. it means almost nothing. in fact, it probably means the opposite of you think it means.
yes they have a good reputation for quality. CARBONATED WATER, INVERTED CANE SUGAR, CITRIC ACID, NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS, SODIUM BENZOATE AND POTASSIUM SORBATE (AS PRESERVATIVES), RED 40
wow. look at the list of impressive ingredients. it reeks of quality. seems like they are poised for explosive growth. also walmart has a cutting edge reputation for quality beverages. the children's soda category is ready to bust wide open.
Dec 15, 8:47PM
last of 9 visits over 15 days to a single walmart supercenter.
sales of the 6 paks are increasing slowly.
In my opinion, sales are restrained do to poorly designed labeling on the shrink wrap.
Only once in 9 visits was I able to read the Jones name or identify the product on the shelf.
never was the product sold deeper on the shelf then the competing soda adjacent to the Jones product.
A simple large J on both ends of the 6 paks would improve visibility.
the product has good brand recognition for quality, more then half the persons commenting were above the age of 35, pushing a 6 pak around the store likely increased sales.
lots of room here for improvement, anyone who has built a Coke or Pepsi display could double sales.......
I am out on Holiday till Jan,, good cheer to all
you know im right dummy completed sales has cost of goods and SGA expense tied to it ..thats why AP makes it a wash...also completed sales are only completed if they actually sold putting them on the books as sold before they are sold will not help jones survive , but it will help them draw more on their creditline...if the lender beleives the sales are sold,,,,, but they didn't thats why JC is trying to finalize a new creditline that will by highly dilutive to shareholders to try an conserve the little bit of cash jsda has left.. why pay the 20k renewal fee if the lender won't let you draw on what you thought you could..just give shares away ....just a thought..lol...you still didn't answer how jones will be cash flow positive when they have to spend money to ramp up for next season ...
receivables are completed sales - saying they mean nothing is stupid, but then we both know in your case that is no surprise. as far as your fantasy of "accelerated revenue", that is what means nothing.
I can see that we are going to subjected the same post from you continually for the next 4 months, so I will not answer the same question over and over.
the company has sufficient cash to reach profitability. end of story.
receivables mean nothing are you forgetting jones margins and expenses .( and accelerated revenue)... jones told you out of cash and need to raise more to survive by mid 2014..
how do you expect jones to grow the topline with limited funds to survive.....
and how will they be cash flow positive beyond Q1 ..when Q1 is ramp up to soda season...this is when they spend money to make money and they have no money to spend...
your talking about jones ...always crying growth ...but this time no one is listening.....dumazz
your right i would be an idiot to buy them ...this is the first time you have ever been right....DUMAZZ