in the flesh here in Ohio...I wonder what the stuff actually tastes like? I probably wouldn't like it.
In case you're wondering, my wife is a doc, and probiotics are "all the rage", which had something to do with my investment...
If I invested according to my taste, I'd own Coke and Hershey lol...
Well, i invest in companies where i believe in the product, understand the product, understand the market, understand the market conditions, understand the competition, understand the financial aspect of the company, and understand that I have proven the analysts wrong more often than not. There are plenty of analysts out there that only look at certain things and don't look at the whole picture. They obviously have a vantage point in that they release the reports AFTER they have either bought or sold their position in the company and they are just trying to pump up or down the company for their customers.
Hey, maybe you'll make money off this POS, maybe not. It depends on when you buy and when you sell, obviously.
If that's what you think. But then again, you could be wrong. The only one that really knows is me.
you are on a need to know basis, and obviously you don't need to know.
I can easily back it up, but I have spent the past 7 months studying and researching microbiology, strains of various bacteria, fermentation, biology, talked to various experts including some with PhDs and years of knowledge behind them. If you don't want to do your own research, then that's YOUR problem. Not mine.
Quit trying to some kind of wizkid in investing, when you don't even know about the product.
Just to let you know, I have had several IQ tests that resulted in very high IQ level that some would consider to be at genius level and that is when I took the tests on a bad day.
Quit making assumptions without being able to back them up.
I tried LWAY's strawberry once; didn't like the flavor or the consistency; wasn't sure if I should drink it or use a spoon. I do consume a yogurt a day; yes, I'm aware yogurt isn't packed with as much good stuff as kefir, but I like yogurt! We all can have opinions...obviously the general public is embracing kefir and LWAY's share price is reflecting this. I'm a former long.
At first, I thought Hannaford (a New England supermarket) didn't carry Kefir, which disappointed me. It turns out that it was hiding in the organic foods section. Last week I went there to pickup my weekly Kefir and they were sold out. This made me happy and sad. Happy, 'cause it means they're selling. Sad, 'cause I wanted some. :)
Up 44% on this company. Go, Lifeway, go!