Netprops been trolling this site for almost 7 years. That's right 7 years and we're supposed to believe the idiot owns shares in JSDA! LOL
50K shares, genius...not 20k ..dont worry its only 4 days of cash burn.. but the cash is almost gone
I don't which of you is the greater ignoramus you or the nut cracker. You babble about a stock whose current Market Cap is less than $15,000,000 and which if it traded 100,000 shares a day you would be talking about a transaction of less than $50,000, and then try to relate it to the general stock market performance.
Your degree of intelligence would have one believe that a ship's captain could turn a battleship a 180 degrees in 1o minutes. By the content of every one of your posts it's proven you have absolutely no clue about this Company and even less of what may lie ahead for them over the next 2 years. It's also very obvious that you have to be penny ante player. Maybe your stupidity does not allow you to appreciate the accomplishment of reducing the losses from over $3 million 3 tears ago to a little over $200K and keeping the business afloat despite the ignorant clamor in almost every post of BK any day now by the other dumbbell who lost his shirt because of his own stupidity.
JSDA is and has been for the last 3 years A SPECULATIVE GAMBLE. NO ONE WHO CANNOT AFFORD TO LOSE MONEY should own one share of the stock. Except for less than a handful of posters here has anyone said otherwise.
I increased my position today at $0.37. A year from now I will have seen a fortuitous significant capital gain or lost my money. I don't do it because I think this is a hidden investment gem but because it is a reasonable speculative gamble for someone like me who can afford risky investments.
troll? the market is at all time highs, the stock is near all time lows. the company has lost investors 98% of their investment. and i am a troll for pointing out that 98% decline? i own shares in this hot mess, and i think i have a right to my opinion. the fact that after two years of "turn-around" it is trading at 36 cents, says a lot. and it says a lot more than jennifer cue telling me how great everything is. sales for this quarter will be less than 1 million a month. that is an average of about $4,000 per state per week in sales. or about $600 a day per state. gives you some perspective as to how incredibly unimportant jones brand has become. when you live by fufuberry soda for children, you die by fufuberry soda for children. that is the brand. artificial, chemical soda products they call premium because of the label and wildly unpopular chemical flavors.
Hey genius! Educate the folks as to how much of a dilution factor those 20,000 shares represent with over 38 million shares outstanding. Especially since they are spread over 3 yrs. Keep showing the folks how really ignorant you are.
certainly, a pittance, the poor boy. they are doing so well you dont begrudge an employee a mere 50,000 shares. lovely to have a public company with an atm.
a dunce? you mean the entire investing public is a dunce? this hot mess is trading at 5 cents above the 52 low. with people just giving up. i said that you could buy it here and make money, as it this is tax loss selling and it will trade higher. however, cue has done a very poor job in my opinion. lowering a loss by eliminating about half of sales and distribution is some brilliant mba level magic? and what are they selling? is there a product of quality or uniqueness? no. is there a new marketing approach? no. stop please, stop telling us how going into 2015, third year of management how great a job she is doing. even the cfo threw in the towel. i guess the cfo was ignorant too.
Correction: The 2012 loss was almost $3 million and the 2013 loss was 1.0 million. The management has done an outstanding job in getting this speculation in line to turn in the first significant profitable year in a vey long time, Only a dunce cannot see what has been accomplished by Ms. Cue and her team in reviving a business from the precipice of bankruptcy to the edge of gaining a profitable nitche in the specialty beverage industry.
"it is amazing how poorly run the company is"
What's really amazing is how stupid and ignorant some people can be when they call cutting the 2012 $1.0 million loss by more than 50% in 2013 and showing less than a $250K loss for 9 months this year backed up by the CEO putting more than $500K cash money on the line in exercising options on over 1 million shares.
Since it's impossible for you to be in a tax bracket that understands this purchase needs to ne held for at least 12 full months to avoid paying a short term taxe rate as opposed to a maximum 15% capital gains tax rate on any profits.