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Jones Soda Co. (JSDA) Message Board

  • brace7 brace7 May 10, 2013 10:00 AM Flag

    the seling is stupid jsda only lost .01

    fat has been trimmed ...

    luck

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    • But this is the 3rd or 4th Qtr in a row where they have, which isn't going to cut it anymore. They need to now start showing increased revenues

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      • Maybe you need to listen to what the CEO said, and what the plan is. You are deciding what you think and by the looks of it, you aren't the CEO nor have any verifiable credentials which put you in a position to make any judgement or ruling like that.

        If you don't want to sit there and let the CEO and company execute on the plan because it is not meeting your personal opinion of what should be happening, then the only thing for you to do is sell and move along so you don't have to be subjected to it any longer.

        I mean come on - you know better than the CEO how to run the company, the seasonality of the sales, what their distributors are doing, what accounts are in the pipeline, what the objectives are, and what levels sales should be at now. Isn't that right?

        Spare yourself 3 months of posting like our own resident piece of whale shiat - sell and move along. You'll save us and yourself from the day to day monotony of it.

    • No worries, this is a chance for some more accumulation at discounted prices, perfectly normal churning for a stock that's already made a very respectable move. Everything retraces but the key is to watch what the main trends are, and in this case we've been making and continue to hold higher highs and higher lows, so imo this is a low volume dip to buy.

 
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