CHIPOTLE MEXICAN GRILL IS A PHANTOM ACCOUNTING INVESTOR "SCAM" PRESENTING AS AN EXPENSIVE TACO SHOP
Chipotle reminds me so much of the wild cult stocks of past that went up and up until they wents off the cliff and finally were delisted from the nasdaq. chipotle is one cliff ride that has the pedigree of the cult stocks of old. remember taser back in the 90s? Couldn't lose, just climbed and climbed and then fell and fell and fell and then ... You guessed it, it fell to $pennystock status. chipotle reminds me so much of rimm / research in motion. another monster cult stock. or, monster beverages, or lucent technologies. i can see a day in the next two weeks or 2 months whereby cmg's ceo or cfo reports that earnings will need restating or forcasts will need lowering. this $50 to $$110 trouncing will get the ball rolling down hill as the cliff hanger becomes cliff diver, and falling knife that becomes front page news of cnbc, bloomberg and fox bus. if this stock has entered the radar of professionals like gundlock and eignhorn, you can bet that something is not right under the hood of chipotle, and it's just a matter of dicecting their accounting and practices of acctg., before a restatement or flaws and cracks appear. this is a stock for those willing to lose , not several thousands of dollars, but those comfortable with losing tens of thousands and hundreds of thousands of dollars. you can hide a loser inside a shell called a mutual fund or hedge fund but all holders will be carried out and identified, when "it hits the wall". you have been warned. i'm trying to help those who should not be in a stock like this. should you ignore my alert/warning, please hold on with both hands, as this can be a wild ride.
Roach coach out of control! thousands of roach coaches selling tacos and burritos around the united states, with heavy concentration in the south and western states. then there's rubios mexican grill. Then there's taco bell. And, then there's "the green burrito". And, then there's dell taco. And, and, and....etc, etc, etc.... this is what gundlach is sending in the form of a message to sell short chipotle. cmg is not a tech company with hundreds of patends. it's also not a biotech with deep pipeline. it has little to no artificial intelligence. what you hang your hat on at the end of the day is an overpriced burrito spinner, and their hot sauce is subpar at best when compared to my own home made salsa. same goes for their guac and other toppings. there just is little to justify a p/e of 41 for a company's stock with a product line of tacos and burritos. just doesn't add up, does it?