As indicated I have provided supply. Looking for consolidation. Any thoughts on where? 200 D MA? 50 D MA? Lower? Comments welcome. We should all be here to help each other make money and hopefully give some to charity GLTA
why would you buy in to a failing company that's close to shutting their doors....declining sales, margins, cash,
22% margins tells the story..(.rising interest rates and inflation will put more pressure on jones margins.)...jones is no where near or ever will be cash flow positive ..shareholder equity is 2.6 million as of the last report and trending lower ...there's no turnaround in sight and jones days are numbered...
jones low margin model has been the death of jones.....
i have been successful investing in companies with depressed prices, insider buying and gaps at much higher levels. jsda fits these criteria. some become 10 baggers, some go BK, others do nothing. it has worked for me. your point about the low margins is a good one. the major players have gross margins in the 60% range. not sure how their margins would scale down to jsda sales level or vice versa. i have my eggs in many baskets and always welcome informed suggestion for an additional basket. GLTA
Saw the stock symbol on another board, thought I would check it out. Might be the worse website I have seen. No investor area, no corp or company presentation. The pictures of the Corp staff is when they were teenagers or kids? What a joke.
" Looking for consolidation. Any thoughts on where?"
the options purchase did not change product sales, no holiday cans this year may point to a lower sales qtr.
I would wait until the new production numbers are out, increasing sales may prove to be the correct entry point.
One thing I noticed, product is delievered to more stores, but what I would like to see is same store sales improvement yoy, more demand at the core.
those are my thoughts as of today.