What happened to your comment? "They will be bankrupt and out of business by Feb. Get out while you can...."
Make up your mind. Why do you tell others to get out if you don't get out yourself? Such an emotional up and down trader that rants like a girl lol. Put your money where your mouth is. Stick with it and shut up or sell out. See a lot of your useless complaints and rants on FB, iHub, Yhoo, thinking your comments will make a difference.
"You change your mind, like a girl changes clothes." -KP
Wedbush maintained Krispy Kreme Doughnuts (NYSE: KKD) with an Outperform rating and raised the price target from $14.00 to $16.00.
Wedbush analyst Nick Setyan noted, "We continue to believe acceleration in domestic company and franchise unit development, driven by improved cash-on-cash returns, combined with already industry-leading international growth, could result in sustained double-digit EPS growth ahead of expectations and an expanded valuation. […] Believe guidance could prove conservative given industry-leading SSS growth outperformance. 7.5% Q4 SSS growth was second only to Pollo Tropical in Q4, but adjusted for CY-end vs. FY-end Jan., KKD was the highest."
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts closed at $14.95 on Thursday.
I own both. 20k shares of MIMV and 20k shares of MNJA. Bought both and will ride em out. Both in relatively infant industries that have room for growth for years to come.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
this stock has been trading at a nice tight range... come monday is the catalyst we need to push it higher
when is earnings?
"The company offers a variety of dried and processed seafood jerky products, including roasted prawns, barbequed squid, smoked eel, skinless squid slice and filefish fillet, mainly offered under its Mingxiang brand. These products are then sold throughout China at major supermarkets and retailers like Wal-Mart and Carrefour as well as small- to medium-sized domestic convenience stores and supermarket chains.
The remaining sales numbers come from the other two lines of business -- frozen seafood products and fresh marine catch. With its strong relationships with local fisherman, CMFO has built up a reputation for reliability and quality -- especially since most of its seafood is harvested from deep sea, rather than farmed.
With such a successful business model, China Marine has been able to leverage its brand, introduce new products and increase production -- all of which has helped establish it as a leading producer of seafood products in China. Currently, its main geographic markets are coastal provinces like Fujian, Zhejiang, Shandong, Guangdong and Shanghai, but management is working to expand its reach by developing new flavored products to market in interior cities like Chengdu, Chongqing and Changsha.
Since China Marine's dried seafood products have grown in popularity throughout China, its business has been performing consistently in recent years. From 2004 to 2008, revenue grew from $7.3 million to $48.8 million, while net income soared from $1 million to $11.1 million. These growth rates are stellar -- actually, they're much faster than the overall growth rate of the whole Chinese retail sector.
And then today, the company reported its second-quarter results. Revenue increased 13% year-over-year to $14.8 million, while net income rose 15% to $3.7 million, or 16 cents per share. Looking ahead, China Marine expects to report revenue of about $60 million and net income of $14.3 million for the full-year 2009. These numbers represent more than 25% growth year-over-year."
60 mil in 2009 to 80 mil in 2010 is a 33% growth yoy
29-Jul-09 $ 0.075 Dividend
26-Jun-09 $ 0.047 Dividend
27-May-09 $ 0.05 Dividend
28-Apr-09 $ 0.037 Dividend
27-Mar-09 $ 0.03 Dividend
25-Feb-09 $ 0.044 Dividend
28-Jan-09 $ 0.083 Dividend
29-Dec-08 $ 0.11 Dividend
25-Nov-08 $ 0.152 Dividend
29-Oct-08 $ 0.231 Dividend
26-Sep-08 $ 0.247 Dividend
27-Aug-08 $ 0.279 Dividend
dropped 15k in here, lovin it :)
slow and steady climb with divys while interest rates remain low.
hmm 10.47 billion leveraged debt, if it sell all its asset income generators... $6 billion debt remains with nothing left but vegas
am i missing something here
to cash in or hold, hmmmm