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Pep Boys - Manny, Moe & Jack Message Board

  • martha_on_the_ragg2 martha_on_the_ragg2 Feb 22, 2007 6:20 PM Flag

    I Reiterate the Fate of Pepboys

    Pepboys will continue to bungle its corporate business model.
    Pepboys will continue to lose money.
    Pepboys will be forced by its creditors to cease paying a dividend.
    Pepboys stock will sink to way below 8 -- 6 looks like low water mark.
    Exxon will make an all cash offer at 8.
    All the insipid impotent shareholders will jump at the 8.
    Exxon has a business model that works.

    You will all be left out in the cold with 8 bucks in your pocket.

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    • Hi Sweetheart!!!

      You really think I could get $8 for my 5 shares of PBY??? Oh gee I could take a tax right off from 16 to 8.

      Creditors.... seems the other day PBY lowered the rate on the amount it paid to Libor plus 2% from Libor plus 2 3/4%. Doesn't sound like the vultures are circling overhead.

      AGAIN Martha you don't know what you are talking about!!!
      Martha or is it bruce or steve or allan or john. Will the real Martha please stand up.

      Martha I do agree with some of the things you say. I do think they should cut the div and use the money to pay off debt or create a new advertising campaign. You know like the aflac duck. You know we could start an advertising campaign with Martha, Moe and Jack. The stock would soar to a $100 with you at the helm.

      What da ya think Martha???

      Your Gud Buddy,

      Patrick

    • I have one question to ask you. Why do you think that if Pep is sold the buyer will be exxon and not firestone, pfizer, ford, sonoco or some othe major corporation ? How about Goodyear, or maybe KIA the korean auto maker ?

 
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