The completed audit , ongoing topline exponential growth, newly implemented cost cutting measures and likely uplist by Q4 gives good reason to be bullish over the next year. I don't expect any big run-up in pps any time soon but I am more optimistic longer term.
Also Canada ranks #2 right now, I think I heard, in sales outside the USA. Big smile here. Our population may be relatively small but we do represent 10% of the global direct sales market. Go Canada go...we are #1 after the USA in sales.
I'm not here to hand anything, I just want to clarify a lot of mis-interpretations for anyone who reads them. JCOF has serious work to do, in the mean time there's plenty of better stocks to trade within a year. Even then, JCOF is still overvalued. It doesn't seem to go below .20 which is good, but it's not worth anywhere near what many here claim it should be at. At least, not yet.
I have many shares and will be selling any price above .20
Loss will be huge, but my own fault for believing Pumper
way back when. This company will never truly be public
as long as Mr. Wallach owns that many shares. I always
thought it would be a win-win for all, including Mr. Wallach,
if he had used some of his shares to buy a good company,
but I guess he doesn’t see it that way.
Does the D stand for "Duh?"?
You could have sold your shares for more than .20 at any recent time, why wait till things are looking better? One example, profit margin end of 2011 at 4%, now 10%, 150% increase in 8 months! Sales increasing, and as they increase bargaining power with shippers/suppliers increases, again improving margins. There is a cost to doing business, office machine and property leases/purchases/maintenance, office staff, shipping /receiving, etc.. All these become a smaller percentage obligation as revenues go up. Better times are ahead for all share holders.
Why in hell would anybody trade their shares for something else and then give it to you, as you seem to think Mr. Wallach should do? How about you swapping your shares for a car, and then giving me the car!
If you don't understand business, buy mutual funds or ETFs.
I've bought 10,000 shares since the CC, and if I had the cash I'd buy more! These prices are a gift and I thank those of you who are selling. I am still under water, but feel that things are very much looking up and that in time I'll do very, very well. A real business takes time to grow.
Plus the products are the best, and I've tried a lot of the others, speak from experience going back to the 70's.
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Jade they are following a plan aimed at the larger investment houses of which they have spoken to over 50. Now they have setforth a plan to increase profits which if accomplished will surely have the desired effect. They want this test and will pass it.