One should not under-estimate the value of a
premium name and extensive distribution channels. They
have built it and profits will come.
hunch, but I think they like the taste of bananas in
Hay que recordar que CQB tiene mas que un billon
de dollars en passivos.....y el el efectivo no tiene
nada que ver con el valor de la empresa. En qualquier
caso, van a pagar la mayor parte de ese efectivo a la
gerencia en bonificaciones (en el corto plazo)...Para que
yo no se....Voy a comprar acciones en CQB para $2
(mas or menos)dentro de unas semanas...casi
garentizado...No me jodes!
There is not an industry wide shortage, rather
what you are seeing is a two-fold phenomena which
occurs about this time every year. On the banana side,
seasonal weather variations in Central America, the change
from warm wet weather to a cooler drier period, slows
down production; also competing fruits which were
harvested in the fall are now less a factor. Banana prices
should improve from now through May (the traditional
high season) but just to keep hour head out of the
clouds, there is still a glut, and 2000 highs will be
much lower than those from 1996 for instance.
what an astute investor. Let�s see... thats 13.3%
after taxes. Humm...Would I lend money to this
fascist/loser management team for that rate??? Nope, I got
better things to do with my money. So why don�t you sit
on someone�s Banana and pray somebody buys this POS
so you can get your $2,000 back. Save everybody on
this message board the time and keep any reply to
just where is it written in stone that only those
who are in this stock at the moment and are
cheerleaders for the status quo are entitled to express their
opinions about CQB?
I've been in and out of this
company's stock in its various mutations for longer than a
lot of people on this board have been alive. I
appreciate intelligent comments written here by everyone,
regardless of their being short, long, or out.
do you have to contribute along those lines?