.01 cent loss decrease of revenues by $150,000.00, board members waiting for their annual handouts options, more lip service on how well the company is doing. Stock price friday morning at the open, .43 cents.
A little birdie told me that the organic behemoth is quite pleased with Jones in N. California. But most importantly, expressing interest in carrying our favorite effervescent nectar to a greater number of stores and regions. The broadening of their geographic footprint aimed at reaching a high end customer is right on track..
but we've had back to back bullish days on top of it. After trading sideways and basing from summer 2012 - spring 2013 then running from spring into late summer and pulling back from then til now, the bulls are back and pushing things north for what I believe to be the next leg up/ continuation of the 2013 rally.
does this ever make sense to you.....
instead of hating on this why dont you but some shares and help promote so you also make money......are you making any money sitting behind your keyboard hating????? didnt think so......and you sure as hell arent making any money shorting .02.......think dude think.....50 cent increase could make you and me a #$%$ ton of money....so stop hating and get paid you broke miserable #$%$
all this talk of TA is interesting, but i thought what is needed is more product sales,, can it be as simple as just selling more soda ?
How many dimwitted posts singing the praises of JSDA as though this was an established factor in the specialty soda market just waiting to sweep the market off its feet have been posted on this board? How many times was the warning that the stock was a "speculative ganble" and only those who could afford the financial risk should own one share ot it. Now we see all the moaning and groaning because a figment of their imagination failed to materialize.
Two years ago JSDA was a stock ready to disappear from the scene. Eighteen months ago two women returned to the Company years after taking part in a previous resurection of the business and embarked on a plan to repeat their previous success. Because some allowed themselves to get carried away with their own fantasies and definitely chose to put words into the mouths of management that were never said by them ot published anywhere are screaming like stuck pigs about management failures.
18 months after taking the reins of operation the two womed have washed away the failing business model, cleaned up a very damaged balance sheet and again, without making any promises seem poised to continue their goal of growing a successsful nitche player in the specialty soda business.
One dunce who keeps harping on how financially insecure they are and will file for BK any day now and can't even count to ten with the help of his fingers still cannot see what an extraordinary job the CEO and CFO have done to date. Over the past 12 months the Balance sheet shows $1.7 million in cash, there is a reserve fund that has not been tapped and positive cash flow increased over last year. New distribution agreements that have recently been put into place have the potential to create real revenue over the next 12 months. How profitable that may turn out to be is onyone's guess.
They are still only a "speculative gamble". but they never fooled or mislead anyone either.
Some of the WalMarts in Northern Arizona have started stocking Jones Soda recently. Just three flavors so far but that's better than what we've seen in the past two or three years with no Jones at all on the shelves. Anyone seeing this in other areas of the country?
Why isn't he defending Q4 performance with his normal arrogance? Mighty telling.... The company is not yet stabalized as revenues continue to decrease, they are a fringe player at best with no hard market share, the soda industry overall is weakening and they have precious little cash on hand.
Try the hemp boards if you want to read bashing. What a laugh the small minds and one poster is (BC and aliases)
Believe in the company and buy...Sell at the highs and wait for the dips...but BASH? shame...
And I have to say, that all of this was in line with what was expected...Jennifer is a good (not great) CEO and she will right this ship to either a $2 buyout per share or get a major player on board. This is a long term hold, but any of you expecting the "miracle" earnings report were sadly mistaken. She has done a good job to date....give this another 12-18 months and mark my post, we will be sitting above $2. GLTA
it is neither. they have to announce earnings and no one is stealing shares. the drop in volume and price reflects that the company has little support or enthusiasm, especially when the S&P is near record highs. pop soda is a dying business as witnessed by coke and pepsi earnings. the selling is due to fear that like coke and pepsi, jones is facing consumer resistance, margin pressure, etc... seriously, who thinks some great news is coming out in the cc that was not worthy of a news release. their big news for the last three months was they redecorated the lobby with photos.
they will lose a little money, they will increase shelf purchases, they will say the turn-around is in place, they will drop some names of the same retailers they have dropped for a decade. they will talk about - get this - how the marketing theme for 2014 is "art", but then tell us they are going to market fufuberry soda which is really big with the crowds of art aficiondos.
my big hope is the the price of artificial preservatives is lower, so margins can improve.
okay. Do some digging there amputee. Instead of cutting me to shreads, go back and look at insider buys in the first 9 months last year. You may be correct that they do have zillions of shares in options, that I can not argue. I would however point out, that regardless of the options, unless they correct the downhill slalom of declining revies, those options, along with the other 30 million shares will be worthless. I enjoy a good show, and this one's been playing out for over a year now. If the distributor in Texas works out, who knows. The thing I have to wonder about is that distributor. Say they did the deal, in February? Or whenever this year? If they sold it to the distributor, or advanced it to the distributor, when will all of the costs and revenues associated with that deal show up? Q-1 or Q-2? It will be interesting to see if they try to show that as revenue in Q-1? Just a thought. If they don't show some improvement on the revenue side, we will see the 30 cent range the first week of May, after they release Q-1 figures.