That's right, nothing else to do. It gets lonely and boring in my mother's basement. But I do find the Grean Mountain story to be fascinating. Many forces at work trying to prop this thing up in the face of monumental challenges. It has been and will continue to be an interesting story for many months to come. I think it is way to volitile to be risking any investment either way, but long term I don't think they have a chance once these patents run out in September. They will be saddled with excess capacity, huge debt, and declining revenue imo.
Won't be much cheaper? What do you think the cost of manufactuiring one of those cheap pieces of plastic is? 4 or 5 bucks for the low end machine. You can bet your ssa that Walmart will be selling much much cheaper versions of the kuerig machines. It's not that difficult to drip hot water through a plastic cup.