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  • martha_on_the_ragg2 martha_on_the_ragg2 Oct 14, 2007 10:45 PM Flag

    FUBAR --> Pepboys Business Model

    Well hello little Mouse --

    Yes, you are my best student of investing using inside information. Hope the Yukon helds up until this coming buyout of Pepboys by Exxon.

    I know that Exxon will be buying Pepboys. But not at the current price. Only idiots pay todays price. The business model of Pepboys under the current and recent past management has not produced much profits at all. This will not keep this firm afloat.

    Expect to see the swan dive was the next earnings produce no or very skimpy earnings. Skimpy earnings into todays robust American economy is unacceptable.

    Expect to see the dive down to 6 take place. At that point Exxon will make a cash offer [they have the cash !] to buy all shares at 8.

    Exxons motive is to have service bays to promote/use its products. Superflow motor oil is just fine, and they will only carry such a brand. Exxon wants to take the oil change business away from JiffyLube. JL is owned by Shell oil company. Did you know that?
    Exxon hates Shell and doesn't particularly care for the Dutch in it at all. Considering how we saved their bacon after D-Day; what has all of Europe for that matter respected America's efforts to free them from the gripe of Hitler? Have the Dutch helped us in Iraq at all?

    Under the Exxon bisiness model, there will be no ATVs. pocket rockets, nor lightbulbs sold in the new Pepboys stores.

    Expect a solid return to the good old days with Exxon at the helm.

    So, little Mouse -- do not buy this stock until it gets below 8. Then buy it all the way down. You will profit without bounds.

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