Before the pretzel bun, they tried the butter toasted bun.
Anyone remember that failure? The CEO went on CNBC and hyped the butter toasted bun as the holy grail. Nobody liked it. In fact, a lot of people wanted the old burger back. Seems like their marketing stategy is to throw anything against the wall and see what sticks. Not a long-term strategy for consistent growth. Meanwhile 97% of their stores are left to languish in the 1980's, with outdated designs and moldy carpets and broken chairs/tables, and let's not even talk about the disgusting bathrooms. Nobody looks forward to dining in at a Wendy's. The food is okay, but the environment is depressing. I blame management for hording cash and diverting capital to stock buybacks for past several years instead of making rapid upgrades.
Why not go make an appt. for your bitter spirit pal. It seems to be poisoning your whole system... Really being serious.. Seems shorts see life from such a dark perspective... "Man I hope this company is a train wreck, people lose. Their jobs and the stock tanks!" Loser
I would never short sell a stock. Why bet against something bad and let it affect your entire personality negatively, when you can bet for something else that is good instead, and get the benefit of the good feelings that come along with it? I'll never understand it.