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Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Inc. Message Board

  • aeye aeye Mar 22, 2003 12:05 PM Flag

    So which is it nofear,

    << Ummm... have you been watching this stock for any length of time? They have beaten
    by a penny pretty much every quarter, but the result has NOT been a higher stock price
    following the earnings report. I hope you are not pinning your hopes to that scenario.

    << I am in and looking foward to tomorrow. >>

    You may very well make money on a short-term trade, but if you do, it won't be as a
    result of KKD beating by a penny. IMO, forward guidance will be the key (along with
    the general market follow-up to today's rally), barring any changes to the pre-earnings
    sales report given in February.>>

    Do Krispy Kreme prices not rise after earnings, or do they?

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    • All of the multiple aliases you use post nothing but drivel anyways, which makes sense since the source is the same for all of them, so I'm really not surprised by the endless stream of inane posts that proceed forth from your keyboard, if you know what I mean. No one really reads any of our posts anyhow, so why do any of us even bother to take the time to post?

    • Gee, an obsessed "fan"...cananinna....so obsessed that he/she tried to copy my ID and mimic my posts after memorizing everything I had ever said. Great originality.

    • Actually, cananinna, rnartinshortin, and no_fear_qo_for_it post nothing but negative, critical remarks about other posters. That is what led me to conclude that you are all three. The writing style is also very similar. I know very many gay people, and this is how they all are, so that's why I also assumed you were gay. If I am wrong, please accept my apology. No offense intended.

    • aeye (probably a.k.a. canannina, pa2eee, no_fear_qo4it, rnartinshortin, and several other imposter aliases), I don't know why I'm bothering to reply, as you obviously are changing aliases to avoid further ridicule and/or stay off the ignore list of the legitimate posters here. But since you insist on being a pain, you wrote:

      << Do Krispy Kreme prices not rise after earnings, or do they? >>

      I'll say it one more time, in terms that even you should be able to comprehend. Historical results do not support the claim that KKD always goes up immediately after beating the street by a penny. That is not only my opinion, that is a documented fact. Why do you have such a problem accepting it?

      It should be obvious to anyone with half a brain that I would not buy short-term, out-of-the-money calls on a stock within one day after the earnings report if I thought it couldn't go up. The fact is, it DID drop considerably immediately after the earnings report, I profited from that drop (as documented on this board), and then I profited further from the subsequent bounce (again as documented on this board). I was able to do that because I adapted to changing conditions, not because I believed in the inevitability of a specific point of view.

      The point you seem to be unwilling to accept is that there are no absolutes in trading. My original response was to a poster who claimed that KKD would definitely go up following a one-penny beat. I said, in effect, that the historical results did not support that claim. Frankly, I don't care if you believe it or not. You apparently just enjoy arguing, no matter how idiotic you sound.

      One question, though - why do you keep changing your aliases? Is it because you are trying to avoid imposters, trying to escape your horrible reputation, or trying to circumvent ignore lists? Either way, aeye is now on ignore as well. Have fun talking to yourself again...

 
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