how sad this board has become. what a reflection on the company
no one cares anymore. it appears that jones has been fully abandoned by all but the fake tweets.
i would expect the low for the year to reach about 16 cents at this rate of decline on tax loss selling.
what a folly. such hubris by management and contempt for the consumer and investor alike.
i hope someone has a plan and some decent ideas. although investors have hoped that and been crushed for many years now.
The board has definitely dwindled. However, I attribute it to the new Yahoo Message Board changing more than what JSDA is today. I have seen the same happen to a few. Whether $2 or a nickle, JSDA had a loyal following of spirited investors one way or the other. The circular battles that Nutty and Dog had were epic! Not that the other style board was great, but the current style makes it way too hard to have the kind of spirited discussions that use to occur here. Searching doesn't even seem to work very well, and about a third of the time, it doesn't seem to accept a posting? Regardless of which stock, this new board style is just not easy to navigate. But honestly, I don't know if it's a liability issue, complaints, misuse, abuse, or what, but I think Yahoo came up with this new style intentionally to change things......., not to make the board better, cuz it's not.
I agree with you completely. I have been in and out of jones since before it's run to $32.00. I made $ on the way up and on the way down. I really thought Messiner was going to lead the turn-a-round. I am still long a bunch but am about to pull the plug. Last earnings showed promise but wonder if books were cooked to help Jennifer.
i do not think they pressed the books into a particular shape for Cue. i think they had no choice but to cut expenses or go chapter 11 this year. meissner was a clown. however, that means that board were clowns too. maybe they woke up in time. i suspect not or you would have seen a change. a child can cut budgets. a child can't grow a company in a wildly competitve market. honestly, i think they would be better off as a start up. the jones brand is a joke. i would probably value the company at a few million as a harvest brand. no one would buy it though. too much work to make a million a year.