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bittybitjerseybusrider 11 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 11, 2016 7:55 AM Member since: Apr 30, 2014
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    Want some truth, Grimmikins?

    by grimmydoesntgetpercentages Jul 3, 2016 9:19 AM
    bittybitjerseybusrider bittybitjerseybusrider Aug 11, 2016 7:55 AM Flag

    That's right, Grimmikins........and the truth shall set you free. You are in denial. Deep in the river in Egypt. Do you wake up in the morning at your Mom's house, hear gulls, smell salt air and think that you're rocking gently in the swell of the Mediterranean on a sumptuous yacht?

    That's denial as well. Are you even able to pull up a comparative chart on your flip phone?

    Better get out the eraser, but you know I'll just cut and repaste it ad infinitum. It's futile, really......but (pun intended), whatever floats your bateau.

  • bittybitjerseybusrider by bittybitjerseybusrider Aug 11, 2016 7:53 AM Flag

    but you keep avoiding the simple question:

    "At what price did you cover your $113 short on COST?"

    Don't tell me it was just a big 'ol fib, like your yacht in the south of France?

    Tsk, tsk.

  • bittybitjerseybusrider by bittybitjerseybusrider Aug 11, 2016 7:51 AM Flag

    I can feel it percolating, something's gotta give sometime.

    C'mon, Kenneth, you old goat-stroker you................

  • bittybitjerseybusrider bittybitjerseybusrider Jul 9, 2016 9:33 AM Flag

    My "tought" is that you're still, and always will be, an illiterate DumDum, Cap'n Caps.

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    HOW HIGH WILL HDV GO???????????????

    by silverliningt Jul 8, 2016 3:24 PM
    bittybitjerseybusrider bittybitjerseybusrider Jul 9, 2016 9:32 AM Flag

    Well, you could always change usernames and then reply to yourself in the third person and tell yourself, Kenneth?

    Hey, how's Leroy of late. We sure miss you over on the home board.

    Surely those bruises have healed by now, Cap'n Caps?

  • bittybitjerseybusrider by bittybitjerseybusrider Jul 6, 2016 7:16 AM Flag

    We've been worried. Thought you got lost on Grimmikins' yacht, Yappy Joe Widemouth got you trussed up by the FBI or Leroy gored you.

    You're up $16 per share on your February 28th, 2015 "purchased 200 shares this date" at $238.85.

    That's quite a return over the past 17 months, Kenneth.

    Gonna come back on over to the BUX board for a hiding? Grimmikins is kinda boring and we're all looking forward to a patented Mad Manson Meltdown.

    You old goat-stroker, you.....................

  • bittybitjerseybusrider bittybitjerseybusrider Jul 4, 2016 7:02 AM Flag

    That's why nobody is ever worried about their wives around you, Grimmikins. You only have eyes for Joey.

    Better erase it.

  • bittybitjerseybusrider bittybitjerseybusrider Jul 4, 2016 7:01 AM Flag

    Bravo Grimmikins, self-realization is the first step towards redemption.

    Hey, speaking of "truths", how's the yacht? All bright and shiny? Is the south of France nice this time of year?

    Gonna come clean on that whopper, son? Nah, didn't think so. Erasing is just so much easier. Erase it again.

  • 1 year: SBUX + 4.93% DNKN -20.37%
    2 year: SBUX +44.17% DNKN - 3.97%
    5 year: SBUX +210.4% DNKN +64.4%
    Max : SBUX +184.3% DNKN +52.9%

    Here Grimmikins, I'll save you some time.

    LIAR

    Should I erase it for you as well?

  • bittybitjerseybusrider bittybitjerseybusrider Jul 3, 2016 10:31 PM Flag

    Bravo Grimmikins, self-realization is the first step towards redemption.

    Hey, speaking of "truths", how's the yacht? All bright and shiny? Is the south of France nice this time of year?

    Gonna come clean on that whopper, son? Nah, didn't think so. Erasing is just so much easier.

  • bittybitjerseybusrider by bittybitjerseybusrider Jul 3, 2016 9:07 AM Flag

    Didn't mean to upset you so, Grimmikins. Looks like I invoked that intellectual fighting-style debater in you that counters facts with "LIAR". What's the matter, son? Couldn't erase it?

    Now, perhaps you could point out the discrepancies to me? Is French math different from regular math? Let's go through the paces shall we (take off your shoes and socks and go get yourself a Flintstones Aspirin).

    Last year at this time, the mighty Dunkin' closed at $55.56 per share. One year later, Dunkin' closed at $44.24 per share. Simple math indicates that 55.56-44.24=11.32. That means that the mighty Dunkin' has lost $11.32 per share in the past year. Feel free to consult a chart. Ask your Mom if you're holding it right-side up.

    Now for the more complicated stuff. Don't fret, you can have a nap afterwards. If you take the closing price form a year ago, then take the per-share loss and do this: (11.32/55.56)*100=20.37. That means that DNKN has lost 20.37% of its value in the past year.

    Don't start pouting yet, we're not done. If you take this weeks closing price of $44.24 and figure that the mighty, honest, non-fudgin' Dunkin' needs to gain another $11.32 per share to get back to where it was one year ago, then (11.32/44.24)*100=25.59. That means that DNKN only has to gain another 25.6% to break even.

    Hence the crappy financials. That massive corporate debt, the dwindling corporate assets, the closing of hundreds of stores, the opening on the west coast in an attempt to make up for lost revenue all contribute to the lousy book value per share.

    So, get together with Kenneth the Menneth, Leroy and Yappy Joe Widemouth. Ask your Mom for a few bucks and treat the Dream Team to a Dunkin', a box of sparkle donuts and a round of mini-putt. Watch your 'nads around Joe, he's got a bit of a temper and a penchant for law enforcement. Cap'n Caps should be okay if you pair him up with Leroy. When you add up the score cards, Grimmikins, use the French math.

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