I bet that tape today bugged you. Nice move if you had a short on from 17-18 if that was the case. If your still short here in the 14's your an idiot. I'm not being sarcastic here, I could give you 10 stocks by a long shot would be better a short than CQB at these levels.
I'll give you 1 right now. I don't short but If I did I would of looked at some bloated regional banks that got hot last week or so that every body had to run out and buy. If you need I give you 9 more that make more sense to short over CQB in this range.
I took a small hit on this a long time ago. Prior to that I road it from $4.50 to $17-18 sell. Tried again and lost a little. I just started to look at it again with this latest sell off. Prior to this the stock was pretty cheap in the low $12's. This is a buy for new money after the dust settles here I think. Low $11.14b today. I don't think CQB will print $10's. So my guess is $10.50 bottom.
Great analysis of CQB. However, I do believe Fernando does know what he's doing. Take a look at what he did to clean of the financials, by taking that huge non cash charge on goodwill.
Now we have a company with clean financials, excellent working capital position & is managing their debt very well. Down the road it wouldn't supprise me to see a stock buy-back or instill a dividend.
Holding for the long pull, believe the $20-$30 range over next several months is a good possibility.
You continue to discredit yourself by relying on trash talk rather than simply putting up some facts. I guess they don't exist.
Interesting, though, that everything on this board seems so important to you, given that you think it is such a bad company and investment. You must have something to lose. I guess people will make of that whatever they may.
Labcor, if you take a look, you will see that I called out Nanner for posting under multiple aliases, not you. As far as I know, you have been posting here for a while, so I have taken your views at face value, and not as being some shill from a hedge fund or a disgruntled employee. But the new posters who sing in the same choir arrived in unison and use the same ID. If you want to include yourself in that same group for some reason, that is your choice.
In other words, in total, you were able to provide 2 links. The first one indicates that net institutional investments had inflows equal to outflows. Mass exodus, eh? The FMR data is from Sept. 09. This means what to us now? Please. The other link merely tells us that the CEO received additional restricted stock rights. Uh huh. Show me a corporation in America where this is not standard and I we'll have a meaningful conversation. The rest is the usual trash talking that you do in lieu of providing actual facts to support your opinion. Hot air.
Well Seattle...Since you think I post under four alias tells me you are just full of hot air yourself and thus I disregard all your counters in your previous post...we all have counters.... but I don't have the time or the inclination to play such childish games.....but maybe you do? Anyhow this is purely a compilation of opinions and thoughts....some based on good solid factual information and some purely BS and blowing a lot of hot air....which is yours?!
1. The analysts you profess to worship have the loss projected.
2. A link was given on FMR selling out and you were too lazy to click it. Here it is again baby boy. http://www.nasdaq.com/asp/holdings.asp?symbol=CQB&selected=CQB&FormType=Institutional
3. A link was given and again you were too lazy to to do your homework.
4. Not only too lazy to follow links given too stupid to do basic googling. http://industry.bnet.com/food/100028/despite-chiquita-loss-ceo-doubles-his-pay/
5. Leon told you where to get the info and then you said it was too many pages to look at. Again an exhibition of laziness for the world to see.
6. Again you were given link to follow and again you were too lazy to do your homework.
7. Based on your nonsensical bury your head in the sand replies I rest my case. A fool and his money are easily parted.