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Jack in the Box Inc. Message Board

  • Zany4biotech Zany4biotech May 13, 1998 2:32 PM Flag

    WILD SEX!!

    If anyone is going to cure cancer it will be

    May 11 1998

    Number of
    brokers recommending as: Average Recommendation

    (strong buy) 1.00 - 5.00 (strong sell)
    Strong Buy 3
    This Week 1.3
    Moderate Buy 1 Last Week 1.3

    Hold 0 Change 0.0
    Moderate Sell 0
    Strong Sell
    0 Industry:MED-BIOMED/GENE Ranked 19 of 122


    Number of brokers recommending
    as: Average Recommendation
    (strong buy) 1.00 -
    5.00 (strong sell)
    Strong Buy 1 This Week 2.4

    Moderate Buy 1 Last Week 1.5
    Hold 3 Change -0.9

    Moderate Sell 0
    Strong Sell 0 Industry:MED-BIOMED/GENE
    Ranked 104 of 122

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    • The recent weakness doesn't make sense. The San
      Diego hepatitus alert was minor with minimal publicity.
      There are good earnings figures with a low industry PE.
      I only have 200 shares in my IRA but if it fal1s
      much below 17, I'm selling everything else to increase
      my position in FM.

      • 1 Reply to dwerthmd
      • FM has had a history of nosedives after ANY
        publicity regarding E.coli poisonings, even when it had
        nothing to do with them, like the Odwalla Juice incident.
        It's as if investors don't want to have anything to do
        with FM when there's talk of E.coli. On Monday night,
        20/20 ran a story about E.coli problems with fresh
        vegetables, and of course the Jack-in-the-Box poisonings were
        dragged out and paraded in front of the public again. I
        wish these reports would also mention that today,
        Jack-in-the-Box is a leader in food safety for the quick-service
        industry and has pioneered many safety programs which
        others are only now starting to adopt. But FM has always
        recovered after these dips, and I've ridden these buying
        opportunities right back up many times. I'm waiting to see if
        $16 7/8 holds before making a trading purchase.

        Remember, this company is growing with its expansion
        program and has improved its balance sheet considerably
        in just the past few months. How can it be worth
        significantly less now that they've gotten all that settlement
        money and reduced their debt significantly and
        refinanced another portion of it at more favorable interest
        rates? I do think that same-store growth has slowed and
        perhaps this has been the most disappointing for
        investors. The good news is that the recovery is complete.
        Now they have to grow by expanding number of stores.
        I sold most of my position between $19-$21,
        thinking that my ride was pretty much over, but now that
        it has dropped this low, I'm looking at FM again. It
        hardly seems possible that its PE could actually be
        10.35, according to Yahoo!

        As always, do your own
        D. Kuspa

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