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Jones Soda Co. (JSDA) Message Board

  • amplastbag amplastbag Aug 8, 2013 5:38 PM Flag

    Rather Than Engage in Fantasy Foolishness

    I'll wait for the money to talk tomorrow. Then I can see if it's best for me to hold the half of my long position or fold the cards and move on.

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    • You're a little bit$$ that is why I will eat your long position tomorrow! Gobble gobble.
      My wife with me giving me BJS ALL DAY THANKS TO YOU BIT$$

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • if you base it solely on tomorrow, you may be whipsawed out of long term upside. the question you should be asking is what price to buy more. JSDA = early stage MNST. all imo

      • 1 Reply to who_gnu_1235
      • Why should I be looking to add to position that I just cut in half before the earnings release? If you actually read posts other than your own on this Board you would have seen that mine with respect to what we could see for Q2 a number of weeks ago it pretty much mirrored their PR News Release today. Progress for sure. Dynamic growth for Q3? Not from what I've just read and heard.

        The balance sheet has improved. Did it do so to the degree that will be needed to finance the kind of marketing that will make sales numbers really jump between now the year end. I think it's going to be a close call.

        Keep in mind there is a valid S-8 still hanging fire with now profitable shares that could hit the market. People who hang in and saw these options drop to half value may not be that inclined to bank of the kind of recovery your talking about. Timing may not be on the bulls side for the next dew weeks. Still a specualtive gamble but looking much better than a year ago. Let's see if there are any more speuclative fund buys that we saw a short while ago. For sure it's been patently obvious that the Flour merchants and other penny ante players that post here are in no position to influence the price movement except over a short time span. you have noticed the big percentage price moves tkae place here with no real money changing hands. A 10,000 share trade at today's close works out to less than $10,000. Maybe that's big money to you.

        I now sit with a 62,500 share position that cost me a little over $3,500.00 after the sale of 62,500 shares at an average price of $0.865

        In any event the nut job with all of the aliases certainly will not admit he's had his rear end whipped again but the improved position that JSDA finds itself in.

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