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  • wrj103 wrj103 May 8, 2002 8:53 PM Flag

    Good news

    Just think KKD only has to announce more "good" news like this again...quarter after quarter, year after year, until about 2008 to hold the stock price at $40. The easy money has already been made here, folks. This stock is now priced for perfection and all the "good" news in the world isn't gonna take it much higher, in my opinion.

    But wait and see what happens when something comes out that the market interprets as "bad" news. Then grab a parachute because the fundamentals do not support a price of $40 (nor do they support a price of $30)...and momentum works both ways...I wouldn't advise anyone to keep their retirement money or their kid's college tuition invested in a donut company with a 60+ P/E. If you want to speculate that this is the growth story of the century, I'd suggest using "risk" capital...that is money you can afford to lose, just in case it's not. Then again it's your money.

    I started shorting this thing recently at around $41...and I sleep well at night. If you read Barron's, you'll see that there's a lot of "smart" money out there (institutional investors) who are also better against the growth story of the century.

    Will
    (Will is short KKD shares)

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    • cool ID! cool posts!

    • youve_got_a_friend_in_uranus youve_got_a_friend_in_uranus May 10, 2002 12:57 PM Flag

      how pathological

    • ...let's go back to square one...based on his (formerly her, based on ID profile) posts, the torchbearer was going to hemorage unless I spilled my guts about the possibility of kkd being overvalued....i didn't want to see spilled blood over this, so i divulged (repeated) that yes, indeed, kkd is "overvalued" (i sensed jism having been spewed over the torchbearer's computer screen when he read this)...i further stated that ther will most likely be a "correction" (not crash) due to this "overvaluation" at some point in the future....what else is there left to say?....why must we start talking about the possibilities (to correct or never correct) associated with any other stocks?...what is your REAL intent here?....are you still upset over the lying diversify thing?...do you just like to read what you write?

    • <<Now look up "hypocrisy" and see if you can try to avoid it in the future.>>

      thank you for acknowledging that Noah Webster does a better job than Fearful Webster regarding common usage of words

      <<Now look up "hypocrisy" and see if you can try to avoid it in the future.>>

      ...i think you need to look at a mirror and repeat the above line (while no one else is the room so that you won't get embarrassed)....i really DO bother you don't I...good

    • << again, your gory-detailed posts INDICATE what I have stated....there is nothing to ASSUME because you have INDICATED your beliefs >>


      Sadly, your posts clearly INDICATE that you don't have a clue about the double standard you constantly apply between posts written by you and those written by others. You have ASSUMED a position of complete hypocrisy, but your arrogance blinds you to the INDICATIONS of that unfortunate condition.

      However, I'm glad to see you have a dictionary. It's a start. Now look up "hypocrisy" and see if you can try to avoid it in the future.

    • <<Thanks for the offer, but I think I'll stick with Webster's.>>

      according to (noah) webster's:

      "indicate" - to point out or point to; to be a sign, symptom, index of; to demonstrate or suggest

      "assume" - to pretend to have or be; to take as granted or true; syn = "suppose"


      again, your gory-detailed posts INDICATE what I have stated....there is nothing to ASSUME because you have INDICATED your beliefs....deversify "pretends"


      ...you must be using the Fearful Webster's...that became obsolete after the first edition came out

    • <<...do we need to go back to the "indication" versus "assumption" thing again?...anything else you would like to get off your chest?>>


      No, that won't be necessary. I think I finally understand your quaint Stratese definitions now.

      Indication: An assumption, when made by Strata

      Assumption: An indication, when made by anyone else except Strata

      Thanks for the offer, but I think I'll stick with Webster's. I believe it's always better to use universal definitions rather than specific dialects; it makes it so much easier for the general population to understand what one is writing. (Feel free to add English 101 to your growing summer school list...)

    • <<That looks like one big run-on assumption >>


      ...do we need to go back to the "indication" versus "assumption" thing again?...anything else you would like to get off your chest?

    • << ...as i said in my previous post (and which you can't seem to accept) your posts indicate that you read into posts what you want to read into them, then, in your response, you try to convince the writer of the post that that was he/she intended to say...in other words, you form your conclusions about a post (most likely before even reading it), then come up with some assumptions to support that conclusion ala divesify...it looks like my posts bother you, and that is good >>


      That looks like one big run-on assumption you've written there. (Damn! I'm glad I don't write like you!)

    • << Your original post seemed to indicate your apparent opinion that "it DOESN'T FUCKING MATTER" whether or not price and fundamentals eventually converge>>

      ...as i said in my previous post (and which you can't seem to accept) your posts indicate that you read into posts what you want to read into them, then, in your response, you try to convince the writer of the post that that was he/she intended to say...in other words, you form your conclusions about a post (most likely before even reading it), then come up with some assumptions to support that conclusion ala divesify...it looks like my posts bother you, and that is good

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