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Jones Soda Co. (JSDA) Message Board

  • nuttierthansquirrellshiat nuttierthansquirrellshiat Mar 25, 2013 12:13 PM Flag

    SHARE HOLDERS EQUITY = 4.7 MILLION

    4.7 MILLION divided by 38.5 million out standing shares = 10 cents

    factor in jones liabilities of 2.24 million and jones is worth .06 cents

    jones doesn't have enough cash to pay liabilities ..... declining sales,, no growth , no money to ramp up this season. continued losses....

    jones needs to raise more cash to survive....

    but everything is fine in sugarland....lol

    TICK , TOCK

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    • I'm sorry you have nothing better to do in your life then spread lies. You where obviously either burnt in this stock or fired by Jones. You are a bully and you will not bully me. But I can complain to Yahoo that you do spread lies and you do bully posters.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • I get your accounting and your justification for your post as they have had declining sales and no money with unprofitable channels for quite sometime. It's a .30 stock for crying out loud and deserves to be at most that pps until things improve. It's a pure 'hold your nose and turn your head' spec play.

      However I do want to comment on something in regards to your accounting from above...there are other successful companies that don't have enough cash to cover their liabilities and their stocks are up pretty nicely of late...take GMCR for example. Not even close to having enough cash to cover, and they are a $50 stock. You don't necessarily always need 'enough' cash...if you combine cash and receivables they do have enough to cover. The bigger questions are how is the AR turnover ratio and borrowing on the small line of credit...when does that become due? Jones is propped up right now because they've cut losses on all unprofitable channels and a dip in gross margin is because of the inventory and line write-down they took in Q4.

      If any of their new line of 'natural' soda picks up with Albertsons and Whole Foods in California, that may open a little cushion for them in terms of time/survival and allow for greater expansion. Expansion comes at a cost and obviously from the CC, any investment in the company is trusting management's word that things are improving and that the strategy is working. So if critical of a .30 stock, when do you step in if finally they do get it together? I'm not defending JSDA, just trying to get a feel for a good entry point on a pure spec play from a company that has apparently announced that they've put a tourniquet on the bleeding and have a small plan in place to generate some sales? I was a shareholder years ago, dropped them from my radar screen and just happened to run across it again and thought I'd check in. Thanks.

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      • nuttierthansquirrellshiat nuttierthansquirrellshiat Mar 25, 2013 7:55 PM Flag

        comparing JSDA to GMCR to justify their overvalued pps and not enough cash to pay liabilities is comical at best the only thing missing is EARNINGS and GROWTH and GMCR at 55.00 is trading at fair value........peg 1.0

        the answer to your entry poiint is in the balance sheet ........ but if you want to listen to company pitchmen or woman protected by safe harbor ...you will end up like the rest of the baggies pumping jones .....

        dogbreath i see you came out of hiding and still trying to spin facts as you are still emotionally attached to your losses in jones....

        the 8k takes precedence over yahoo .....dummy

        simple math .......and a FACT!!!!!!

    • nuttierthansquirrellshiat nuttierthansquirrellshiat Mar 25, 2013 4:12 PM Flag

      thumbs down from the delusional sugar pumpers ....lol

 
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