That, or if's overshot to the downside, which is how this one seems to me. Easy enough to do in this larger environment.
Keep in mind that the revised PT for this stock from last Friday is $19. That's quite a return from here.
You won't sell here but yet continue to spout off price targets lower than the current PPS. Interesting.
Your inability to understand how obvious your spiel is is frankly amazing. Credibility is diminishing with each post. And, I hate to tell you this, but apparently you're the only one on all of Yahoo message boards that doesn't assess the credibility of a poster. Knowing that makes a lot more sense in figuring you out, though.
The wolf in sheep's clothing routine is an interesting one to say the least.
Indeed. We will see if you continue to bash after you exit your "long" position.
You don't think that the motivation of the person trying to bash a stock has some relevance in assessing whether that post should have more or less merit? Weird way to use this message board, much less go through life.
Easy on the messiah complex there, chief. No one is blaming you for the performance of the stock. It's simply calling you out as to your true motivation. Don't try to pull the "calling it as you see it" card as there's little genuine in your presence here.
You could have gotten out above $15 quite a while after the quarter was announced. Why didn't you?
Indeed. And yet you continue to bash the stock and claim a price target far below where it's currently trading. According to YOU, THIS is your best chance to get out. So do it. Stop #$%$ about everything re: LOCO and do it.
You're like a little kid that won't think.
What? You're not selling out of your "long" position "because LOCO will be loser in 6-9 months"? Is English your native language? Still makes no sense. You still so easily betray your motivation to post here.
No, it's not the only firm in the QSR or fast casual food sector. I have made that very same point here. Who would you compare them to as a comp? You've been unwilling to provide such relative comparisons in the past.
My opinion is that I think that LOCO goes up from here and that the sell off was overdone. I'm not happy about the results, but not totally disgusted by them either. I'm also not claiming to be a "long" and bashing the company every opportunity I get.
So you'll ride it from 14.50 to 12 as a "long". SMH.
Worst wolf-in-sheep's clothing routine ever.
Why do I care? B/c you're claiming to be one thing while actually being another while filling this place up with as much negative #$%$ as you can possibly muster, at every opportunity.
Indeed you have posted "your reasons to sell" - in spades - and I haven't seen a reason to own from you in about a week (and even then your spiel was unconvincing at best) - yet you say you're NOT selling and won't sell until the stock "drifts" higher. Then you scrounge up yet another reason why the company is awful. See the glaring disconnect?
As someone who can read, I am actually in a solid position to judge your credibility. And it's not looking good.
You are avoiding the question - why are you holding a stock for a company that you bash at every possible opportunity? Why not sell if you truly believe the stuff that you're posting?
That aside - Why are you comparing TJX to LOCO? Previously you didn't even like to compare other restaurant tickers to LOCO and now you're going with TJX to reach for a bash point? Truly amazing.
Not sure if you ever had a position (doubted it at the time), but you certainly don't now. My guess is that you sold your shares and are trying whatever you can to make the stock drift lower.
If you really think that, then sell. That is - If you think that there is nothing good about this company and turn EVERY SINGLE POST into yet another chance to bash, how can you also be the same person who hopes the price will "drift higher"?
What would you consider a "better price" that would justify getting out?
I'll ask you again - what is your position in this stock?
You were all over the board saying your average was $18.66 and now you can't seem to find a good thing to say about it.
Did you cash out after earnings?
It makes you look like an absolute fool to spout this BK BS off.
Company is no where near insolvent. In fact, the problem that some "investors" seem to have is that they're too conservative.
This company has been making money for 35 years. That will continue (and grow)
Given the demographic trends and immigration, I'd say this is a fairly robust target market.
Taking your premise as true for the sake of argument, the number of M/CA people is surprisingly large all over the country. And that trend will only continue. That bodes well for expansion if and when they choose to ramp it up.