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Jammin Java Corp. Message Board

  • bigjim1437 bigjim1437 Jun 21, 2013 9:14 AM Flag

    new here - just tried their coffee this week

    seems like they are way undervalued. Anyone else think so?

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    • Yes , I think so too. It will soon prove what it is worth.

    • Everyone makes their own judgment, but compare what some other coffee companies have sold for to the market cap here.

      It's a little hard to find a comparable company to Marley Coffee. I don't know anything else that has the growth levels and instant brand recognition.

      When Green Mountain spun off Van Houtte ,a "break room" coffee supplier which has almost zero brand recognition, it sold for over $150M. Current market cap here is $49M, less than 1/3rd of that number, but Van Houtte has virtually ZERO chance at significant growth or becoming a major player. I believe Marley Coffee has the market cache to become one of the bigger names in the coffee industry. When you look at Starbucks $48.4B market cap or Green Mountain, that doesn't even hold exclusive rights to K-cups anymore, with a market cap of $11.1B it makes Marley Coffee appear undervalued.

      • 1 Reply to principletrade
      • "Everyone makes their own judgment, but compare what some other coffee companies have sold for to the market cap here. "

        Exactly! The current price and resulting Market Cap is based on nothing but hype. The company has no assets; they have little sales; their cash flow is terrible. The fundamentals aren't there for this kind of price - it's not sustainable!

        "When you look at Starbucks $48.4B market cap or Green Mountain, that doesn't even hold exclusive rights to K-cups anymore, with a market cap of $11.1B it makes Marley Coffee appear undervalued."

        And that's where you lost it. Companies with trailing sales under $2 million are not valued at $50 million. Marley is completely overvalued. You're trying to take other companies, slap a few numbers together and say it's comparable - it's a lot more complicated than that! What assets did Starbucks and Green Mountain have (Marley has almost none)? What was their cash flow like (Marley is losing millions each year)? What was the competition like back then?

    • You are here at the very right time. Keep buying as much as you can. If possible get all you can under $0.60/share.

    • Yes. Only a matter of time.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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