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  • baldingcontrarian baldingcontrarian May 13, 2013 1:52 PM Flag

    ot, all eyes on REED

    they have reported 24% rev growth last week and will present rest of income statement and have CC after the bell tomorrow. gl 2 REED longs

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    • thanks. just bought a little. I made money on REED last year. They have an analyst that follows them but he will not give his analysis to the public - only institutions. although he will talk to you

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      • I was just mentioning to the wife the other day (she has adopted reed as her horse while i have jsda. we started the 'race' when they were .41/4.10 and since jsda went up 25% first I won the first leg of the race :) I bet her jsda would double 1st, and since they were related in price, except for the extra zero on reeds price we have a little fun with it) that my guess is reeds will get some more analysts to hop on board, im guessing this summer. there is just too much growth to ignore-plus its not a difficult company to model. I have equal weighting on the two and am looking forward to the eventual traction that their kombucha, along with higher margins and incremental growth, might garner.
        Obviously, now that reeds-y is 5.16 and jsda is .49 (although jonesy has been mostly ahead since we started this little bet about 3 weeks ago) she is happy to poke me for once. I have no idea if they will report a profit this qtr but the chart says its going to that upper BB around 6.5 sooner than later. Good luck-never a dull moment around earnings time. Is the analyst from

    • Don't be so stupid. Cut your losses. Buy WIN and sell this garbage fool.

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