Close 08/30/2013 "Bid 0.74 Ask 0.75B/A Size 1000x1000High 0.79Low 0.74 Volume 78,483 (Light)"
Somewhere in the neighnorhood of $60,000 in market value traded today, Dimwit!
if you had half a brain you'd be dangerous.
i think it is clear cue knows how to cut expenses. i do not think she knows how to double revenue and make a profit or how to market soda in 2013. actually, coke and pepsi do not quite know what to do either as soda sales are very weak. sodastream is the big innovation over the last several years. reed is showing signs of insight, but on a tiny level of sales. no one can explain the business model. not anyone on this board, not cue. not yet.
you will certainly have the chance to buy stock in the 60s again. there is no rush. nothing is driving increased sales. without sales growth and profit potential, they are fairly valued shares or even over valued on the basis of private company valuation.
"without sales growth and profit potential" Nail on the head. I am betting they get both.
To me buying a Jones Soda feels different then buying a commoditized Coke product.
I am not a buyer of soda in general, So the Big K brand, and even Coke and Pepsi sodas are not on my list to buy. But for a fun BBQ it nice to get some Jones Soda, and put it in a bucket of ice. Looking froward to having some this weekend!
Really? I guess the person who posted these must be a real moron - huh?
"this will struggle to get to .80 cents. The outstanding warrants that are lurking out there will #$%$ a lot of buyers. No one wants to see more dilution, but there you have it. It's there and there is nothing anybody can do about it. It will be a 10% whack at the knees and it will happen. The longer it stays above .70 cents, the more likely they'll get exercised."
"looks like you kiddies have decided it's okay to jump into the deep end of the pool. It's not done dropping, don't be fooled by todays actions" - Aug 16 with shares trading between 63 and 68 cents all day.