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Jones Soda Co. (JSDA) Message Board

  • flourface flourface May 1, 2013 9:06 AM Flag

    Green on the way to GOLD

    Gotta feelin' today'll be a fun one.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • I see that nutcase has still not departed yet giving you that thumb down.

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      • I see the Dimwit has no clue as what is or is not happening with this company. Have you, if someone showed you how to do it checked the SEC Filings especially the most recent DEF14A with respect to insider ownership and purchases. It totals all of 6.9% with Jennifer Cue accounting for almost 3% of that figure. The BOD is comprised almost exclusively of investment advisors of one description or another who except for one has little of their own money invested in a stock position.
        The penny ante reaction to miniscule $ positions starting to show and practically jumping for joy over a 108,000 share trade worth less than $50,000 is sign of the immature ignorance flood the post of at least 3 child like contributors. For what it's worth the shares do not trade on the "Pink Sheets".

        JSDA is nothing more than a penny stock speculation that is showing signs of possibly gaining some recognition in the specialty soft drink market and by struggling through a painful two years of reorganization may be a speculative gamble for folks with money to risk. Nothing more nothing less.

        Grow up infants.

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    • It's been holding this new trading range like a champ, it definitely gives the impression that this is setting up to run very hard soon. I'd love for today to be the first step up to the next leg of the rally.

 
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