CNBC's finest looked alittle pale this morning. This guy is gold I tell you. SO WRONG so often. Bet on him everytime. In all my years, I've never seen such a sure bet. He is so concerned about carrying the water for his short crowd. That combined with a clearly unearned smuggness is a potent combination. Please tell my why CNBC would ever give this flawed creature a platform.
As for Green Mountain, Janney Montgomery Scott — the big bull on the stock — is speculating that the deal could add 30 cents a share to annual earnings. While not changing estimates, analyst Michael Pinheiro boosted his fair value target to $90 from $62.
At least he better be after this fiasco. He let his personal feelings get in the way of better judgment.
This thing has been rumored for weeks now. It wasn't even a rumor, both sides had pretty much confirmed they were in talks.
He let his deperate need for any attention get in the way of logic a child could recognize. It all stems from his mother not loving him. Probably because she knew what a low life she'd spawned. a child that is so low, he'd chisel the gold fillings out of her teeth while she slept. combine this foundation with years of getting beat up and waaa laaa we have HERBIE the reptile
CNBC should be concerned. We all know Herbie should be a dentist on the island of misfit toys. However, CNBC is his sponsor, gives this fool the platform to misinform. I sound like Jesse J. here, but it is nothing short of tragic. CNBC is complicite in providing some of the worst advice I've ever seen. It all flows from his underlying motivation to spew short propaganda. Nothing wrong with being short, just be right once you retarded smug feckless asshat...