SZA is a bargain stocks says Jay Kaplan,
Prudential Small Company Value Fund. Kaplan looks for good
companies at value prices, market is biased toward large
cap. SZA -11 times earnings, consolidating milk
industry, national footprint, announced large stock buyback
yesterday. trading at $36, could go to $50 even without a
takeover, but good candidate.
is in store for tomorrow. This is a great time to
buy the stock. Long term, will trend substantially
higher, eventually surpassing all time high. Among other
things, they will get substantial boast from new soy milk
product out early next year. Not much is known about this
yet. Expect some very positive commentary to accompany
to earnings news tomorrow.
" long swinging peccary."
normally the peccary is native to the Southwest, namely
Texas. One would expect to find a cross between the
spider monkey and the wild Boar in the African
Obviously you have discovered a subspecies
these long swinging peccaries are simply SZA management
team on an excursion to discover milk opportunities
with the native water buffalo. It is rumored their
milk is high in butterfat......ever seen a skinny
Breast augmentation for cows? Now
there is a new one. It's unproductive and economically
useless. One could probably create an IPO from it and list
it under BT (you figure it out). People would buy it
thinking it was for human breast augmentation until they
read the fine print.
I wonder if Marlin ever
investigated oysters...He appears to be very
articulate....almost too good.
get choked. And asses get wiped. And pussies get
All this and more on our next episode of Wild
Did I ever tell you about the time my parner Jim and
I were in some dark African bush? Some of the most
rare and unusual wildlife down there. There was a
cross between a spider monkey and a wild boar which we
called a long swinging peccary. You should see what
happens when this ole fella gets angry!!! He stands up
straight, and his head swells up and he chases you around
the jungle until he vomits.
I know this doctor in Tanzania that does udder
enlargement surgury for cows. Do you think that Suiza could
use a man with this expertise? He has a little
company on the Tanazania stock exchange, Maybe Greg
Engles would be interested in buying him out. I heard
that Greg was interested in a peccary farm, and this
seems to make as much sense as that.
hell, it's just other people's money, right
Next time on Wild Kingdom, the angry peccary gets
catches up with my partner Jim. Luckily for his family
Jim is covered by Mutual Of Omaha.
Perkins, and you've been watching Wild Kingdom
"Sheep are good to slaughter and pigs are good to
Sheep are too wooly
Bears like too much honey
Bulls are made into
I prefer "professional bulls and bears."
professional or not, the longer they play the game they all
eventually end up as baloney or laying in front of some ones
You can lead the worlds most ferocious bull around,
just like a sheep, by simply putting a ring in his
Bears are too greedy and gorge themselves too much and
get shot from afar
Got a nice list of regional financials on the
block, too. That is not for the hot boards. That is for
A former co-worker just had his
employer purchased and the same purchaser is reported to
be on the block.......Wells Fargo looking for
think I'll go milk cows.....its more difficult for them
to crap on ya and if they get difficult you can
always send 'em to slaughter.
for me. I think BINC will be the perfect fit for Suiza. They need a large dairy company in the U.S. to spearhead the marketing of Tagatose with sales in the billions looming directly ahead.
MD Foods Ingredients welcomes you to its Tagatose
web-site.Tagatose is a naturally occurring multi-purpose
low-calorie bulk sweetener derived from lactose. With less
than half the calories of sucrose and a number of
prebiotic properties, tagatose is suitable for use in both
food and functional food applications. It also
functions as a taste enhancer in soft drinks, and is
non-cariogenic.So if SZA buys the company.....they plan on using
some of the milkthey bottle to produce Tagatose and
use that to sweeten their products and possibly sell
it to other bottlers???Anyone care to speculate