A few cents short? According to their own
numbers, they were almost 50% short, i.e., they did half
as well as people thought they would. In panic
selling, it would make sense that it loses half its value.
All buys the last few minutes and that gives a
good indication for the opening on Monday. Those on
the sideline figured they better get in before the
bell to be able to cash in on this gem. It really
doesn't matter how the food is or whether there is a
cover charge, what matters most is this stock has been
oversold and it will make a nice rebound... We should see
it stabilize in the neighborhood of 15 next week.
Fickle markets and Fickle people make for good bargains
like this. Yes we may see another downside in the
future if there happens to be more bad news, other than
that those who missed it today will still have the
opportunity to get in but they will pay a whole lot more for
it...I wish the best to all...Turn off your computer, go
out to dinner and really enjoy the weekend. Life is
too short to worry about the small stuff and it is
all small stuff...GOD Bless
DAB is far from being a Planet Hollywood. Planet
Hollywood was overvalued, overhyped and *not popular
anymore*. The last one is the KEY difference
Take it from a LowStarChaser
Planet *under* the
doghouse. :-) DAB is just in it for a few months. Not long
enough to kill the company IMHO. Time will tell...
I heard the 24 hour rule from a broker explaining
why Buster wasn't buying today, but I haven't seen it
in writing so you may be correct.
prefer to be referred to (in the familiar sense) as
Boinkin. B.M. has negative connotations. Just an FYI, no
offense taken. Good luck.
I think that's probably an internal thing to DAB.
I am an insider at my company and our rule is 5
days. Other companies (Priceline, for example)
apparently have rule regarding delays at all.
nice to think that those guys will be out there buying
next week. I hope they make their buying very visible.
there is apparently a 24 hour quiet period after
a company issues a press release when insiders
can't buy or sell. This is supposed to prevent
unscrupulous insiders from releasing news (perhaps inaccurate
news) and profiting from the market reaction.
Settle down, old buddy. I have been considering
your seasonality argument and I am not sure if I buy
off on it or not. I can see your point, but the
company has 17 years of operating history. If there has
been a seasonal pattern and they haven't "guided" the
analysts in that regard, then maybe the scumsucking
lawyers have a point.