Maybe you are right, who knows, but here are some facts that might interest you. In GMCR's Q2 2013 report they missed revenue guidance and lowered revenue guidance for the remainder of the year. Machine sales fell by 9% in the quarter and k-cup prices fell by greater than $.01 per k-cup during the quarter. Share count saved the day as the company had far fewer shares in the float YOY. Just some points of interest.
Yes and what happen??????? It pop 17 points in one day. Since when are fundamentals the only thing driving a stock? GMCR has the train going fast and it will take a REALLY bad report for it to tank. Soda, on the otherhand, has always tank but once after earnings.
Aqua broke the cardinal rule, he cried in SODA. Now he's whining. Doesn't own a share, but always here subtly bashing hoping for a lower entry. That's as bad as it gets IMO. GL Longs. What up Seth, happy hump day.