The last piece from Joe is important. You will check the price one day and it will be down 25% with no news. That's part of life here.
Also, Q2 should be outstanding as it has Philly which is their biggest even and this year they had the majority of the Civil War cast on hand which is probably their most impressive line up ever. Everyone knows this in terms of revenue, so what will be interesting is at what rate they could turn it into profits. I read somewhere that estimates on bringing in that cast to sign/take pictures would be around 1.5 million.
I'm hoping they can earn around 2-3 cents this quarter + 1 more q3. Small losses Q1 and Q4 still would price this thing around 0.75 in my opinion. That's my target price. I have more shares that I'd probably want at this point, but ever massive down day I find myself picking up a few thousand more since when the market cap is under 20million it's pretty preposterous.
march 30th cc "So for example, Aramark, great partner, large customer of PepsiCo, we are in a multi-state hospital test."
Agree. They mentioned working with Aramark at hospitals in a previous call I believe.
This is good news, but the company keeps promising great news. That's why there's no movement. They're building sales, but they're also going another summer without being in a major fast food operation. With only this deal, I suspect they'll still need to raise cash one more time at least.
Also, I'm not a shareholder, but if I were I absolutely would not want them to go retail. All the product's advantages are based on being implemented in a high volume environment. On the grocery store shelf they're just another product in a hypercompetitive space.
I think there is a chance that the price explodes here at some point, so I stick around in case there's ever an unexplained price collapse like sometimes happens with these micros that makes the risk/reward worth it to me. If there's no collapse and the product explodes with me on the sidelines I'll be back to congratulate you.
Hahahaha I'd been making the same stupid point over and over.
I have a spreadsheet tracking event dates for YoY comp purposes and for some reason I had the month of June 2016 pushed into the wrong quarter.
I now take back basically everything I'd been saying about Q2 and agree with SB7657. Q2 will have net income etc since it gains Philly and Sacramento versus what I had been anticipating
For reference, Q2 2016 = St. Louis, Madison, Dr. Who NYC, Minneapolis, Des Moines
You know my opinion already though. I don't see how they can pull positive net income from those events. Q3 though.... Huge and the Q2 report is important because it will reflect pretty much 100% of Philadelphia on the unearned revenue line on the balance sheet.
for example. Google Swiping goes high-tech in bar-code scam. You can lay a barcode sticker over the real code but it's much more obvious if you have the whole package wrapped up
3k shares. limit sell set at .43. Couple hundred bucks will make up for the stress.
Google MORE SHAKE UPS WITH WIZARD WORLD? There's not a lot to it and It just came out today. From what i gather it might just have to do with management but I'm unclear
The one negative review I keep seeing for Wiz Philly is about massive lines that never seemed to move and overworked celebs. It's great for revenue, but WIZD just needs to be careful that they don't go too overboard or eventually the talent and the fans (outside of the current few complainers) will start to rebel.
Just saw they gave real data in the slides from GS1:
Wegmans Brand Includes 4,000 center store SKUs
Immediate goal is to watermark 3,500 SKUs
Currently have 1,400+ embedded with watermarks
Approximately 400 have made it to shelf
They are inching into horror and moving fairly substantially into gaming on their own.
I've read about the gutter thing before so it's not a one of, and they seem to always get tangled with some cruise give away scam. It's tough since they're for profit unlike San Diego which is a nonprofit so don't need to take whatever they can get.
The fine line that I feel like they have to walk is maximizing profit while not pricing out 'comic significant' vendors who might not be the most profitable and therefore have a harder time justifying the table. I think it's important to be comics/cosplay/celebrity. If the comics fall by the wayside, the events lose a lot of their street cred.
new yahoo article. How are those drones going to be sure proper items are on shelves if they can't stop and pick up to search for a bar code. Hmmmmm.....
It doesn't have to be in a press release for them to be using it in marketing..... and even if it were, why release a figure while the film is still in theaters?
Plus those numbers could be 10 million or 10 thousand for all I care, at this point that it's DWcode
True that they won't have the big losses, but I don't think they'll show a profit either since you're taking their biggest (or 2nd) most profitable event out of the quarter. Unearned revenue could be something crazy like 10+ million though pointing to what will be coming.
McCormiks has like a 10+ billion market cap. It wouldn't take a very big stick to get them to drop 2-100k or so if it keeps retailers happy. Plus they get supply chain efficiency and marketing benefits out of it.
For very few companies will the expense be prohibitive. Big SKUs will normally have pretty big budgets. Plus there is an entreprise fee where it no longer is per unit so someone like Kraft is probably paying a the flat fee.