lol. pe. premium. it is actually running out of money again. so... there is that. i do love the flock of penny pumpers jumping in today for a scalp to 45 cents.
trading in excess of 6 digits past the $0.50 mark the stock is going nowher. .Unless you think a move from the $0.30's to the $0.50's with trading volume under $25 - $50k a day is significant.
Hannaford Supermarkets now carries Jones in bottles. This is a new pick-up. They have never been in
Hannaford Supermarkets before. GO CUE!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
When will one of you who get so excited over $10.000 in trades explain why? If I tried to sell my long position the stock would be under 0.30.
I see the mass rush to load up. 4400 shares amount to less than $2,000.00 in market value at 0.40 and all the trades di not take place there. Maybe that's money to you - not to real speculators or investors.
…unless you can buy JSDA for less than $.040, maybe less. It will be bought out by PE, that's the direction of the board, it's the only exit strategy. It is considered a premium brand to the likes of PEP an KO and others. Distribution increases will be very, very slow. So enter at less than this and you will be compensated. No home run, but a reasonable return.
I have heard the name Jones soda for several years and I don't even buy sodas of any kind. That kind of brand awareness is at least something. Couldn't a larger co. buy them just for the name?....just talking out my #$%$..
how glorious!! let us all dance to spring. the millennials are all atwitter with the joys of the season. all around us people are flitting to the store to purchase spring beverages containing the new chemicals. this will really turn jones around.
of course there will be an operating loss for q1. of course. and probably flat to slightly up gross revenue. you are talking a million a month in gross, so not exactly selling much. it is actually $500 or so per state per day. think about it. decade plus old public consumer product. $500 bucks. statewide average. something like that. but whatever. its all sadness and failure. and they spend millions to sustain it at a loss. but jen cue is turning it around. do you think you can turn around a ship that large in just a couple years? soda sales are incredibly complicated. probably moreso than biotech or even oil exploration. you have to fax the soda bottler IN ADVANCE to do a run of bottles and then SHIP THEM!!!!!
buy jsda under 40 and you can sell it at 50 cents when it does a seasonal run. jsda is a buy. imagine it with good management or innovative products.
Talk about getting lost in a closet. Q1 2012 Rev 3.8 mil (.05) 2013 Rev 3.1 mil (.01) 2014 Rev.$2.9 mil (.01 ) These were all quarters in which steps to right the ship were taken and supposed to have put JSDA in line for resumed sales growth and profit starting in 2015. That was what brought the one Institutional buyer in a year or so ago. He cut and ran last year.
The trading and lack of buying interest indicates that all was not successfully done to stop the bleeding at the P & L level. Who is right and who turns out to be the dimwit is about to be revealed in just a few weeks.
Twatty u keep posting like you actually have a clue. But apparently you don't. Q4 and Q1 are the weakest quarters and Q2 and Q3 are the strongest in the bev sector. Now move along Dumbo