You're not going to convince anybody to buy this stock by ignoring the subject. It doesn't take much to stump you I guess. Oh well.
Hey beach squatter, all of those Gomes stocks you mentioned were picked over three years ago. His track record over the past three years is more like 0 for 10, and worse if you include his stupid spring picks. GLUU, DLIA, AERO, MATR, JAKK, GTAT, FIT, ITMSF, etc... All losers. Not a single winner.
And excessive debt acts as a suppressant on the P/S ratio. That is why companies in this industry with comparable Debt/Equity to ABRW have a P/S ratio under 1. So when portfoliomangler tells everybody that the stock should trade at a P/S ratio above 3, understand that he is ignoring the balance sheet in making that pie-in-the-sky leap.
Hey portfoliomangler, have you figured out why this stock never broke $2.00, like you predicted it would after the LD Micro dog & pony show? Yeah, that's what I thought. Keep scratching your head for the next year or two instead of listening to reason. That will get you far. Meanwhile, Margolis put his legion of retail followers into this thing at the top. They will all have to capitulate before there is any hope of a rally.
I wonder if Stonegate has a significant following. Guess we'll find out soon enough. The guy who wrote the analysis is involved in institutional sales for Stonegate. I guess it's better than the existing PR effort put out by the company - which is non existent.
Thanks, So we can assume TALN is paying $5k/month for this "research" by way of SCP? TALN is a client company of SCP.
Interesting. Do you know if Stonegate received compensation from TALN or large shareholder for this report? I haven't found any disclosure to this effect.
Being right 9 out of 10 times is not a bad way to go through life. I'll take that over Mark Gomes, who is wrong 9 out of 10 times. He suffers 9 catastrophes for the the thrill of catching a unicorn. And on the rare occasion he guesses right, he only gets a double or triple at best because he's constantly trimming his position on the way up.
Well look who's back. It's the doofus who left this board three months ago without saying goodbye. And look what brought this cockroach out of the woodwork again - another desperate pump PR that tells us nothing new. Absolutely Nothing! They've been saying "we're in the final stages of closing" for over a year now! Do you get it yet, doofus? You're being played. Everyone knows it except for you. LoL!
Still holding, Furbush? Like I said back on February 5 in response to your post, nothing has changed. The deal still did not close. I wonder how many people you talked into holding this POS all the way down. Maybe you should apologize and admit your mistake.
And his followers paid the price. You will never hear another mention of this stock out of his lips for as long as he lives. He will just sweep it under the rug along with his other failed picks that he charged people $ thousands of dollars for. But let this message board stand as testament to what really went down.
Yup, how convenient, they keep investors waiting 71 days before they are able to make an informed decision as per the financial health of the acquired budiness. In the meantime, management can continue to hype the story until they pull off a secondary offering at inflated prices. Standard OTC playbook.
All the catalysts are priced in. Buy rumor, sell fact. No need to watch dead money decay. Opportunity cost is knocking.
I just want to hear you say you'll be holding this stock for the complete round trip. LoL!
Selling Bucha in rich hippie towns is easy. Let's see what happens when they try to take it mainstream. Has this company done any mass market research for their $3.99 bottle of wonder juice? I doubt it.
That guy is the perennial kiss of death. He never misses a chance to put his foot in his mouth. Not only is his fundamental analysis lacking objectivity, but he has no concept of market mechanics. I noticed that the ABRW website created a link to Margolis's Seeking Alpha article in their "Media" dropdown selection. #$%$? What kind of a company publicizes itself by way of a Matt Margolis Seeking Alpha article? This is getting downright loopy here folks. Watch the pump.
....the faster the investors can be put out of their misery, and move on. But Mark Gomes will continue guiding his followers into roach motels like this. You can count on that.
This story has yet to unfold. OTC stocks are famous for round-tripping the naive retail lemming. The euphoria bubble is in the early stages of busting. As this roll-up accumulates more and more debt and dilution, the pps will crumble under the weight of the fundamentals. In the span of two months, the new CEO has taken a healthy balance sheet and wrecked it for the sake of acquiring a stagnant tea brand that has gone NOWHERE in 5 years, and a bottled water brand that doesn't even fit with the company's stated goal of specialty drink focus. There is clear evidence that the company is winging it as they go along, based on the fact they have had two corporate name changes in a single month. Obviously some hasty decisions were made. And it's often the case that haste makes waste.
Too soon. Try again at $0.50