Go look at the figures. Walmart is nothing more than window dressing. The real numbers come from Canada. Last year they picked up a large distributor in Texas. I'm waiting to see how this partnership has matured. I've been somewhat taken back with the whole foods debacle, yet I am still seeing product in stores once again that quit carrying it years ago. You guys are selling Jennifer Cue short, don't be surprised if you are left at the station when the train pulls away. This company has had NO bad news this year. They have been treading water since last year. The results of Q-2 will be released in August. Only then will anyone have a clue what is happening. The person that is sneaking in there picking up .325 and .33 shares is doing it the smart way. Little by little.
I moved 100k shares from my cash account to my 401k. no big deal. I'm going to do it 3 more times between now and the middle of July. I don't want to be taxed to death on my gains, come the first week of august. glta.....
kind of like going to the car wash and switching from soap/wax/rinse/spot free rinse. There is always a lag. Or in this case, a small amount of leftover. Good to hear this. Kind of funny how a lot of folks here are bashing, and yet there has been no bad news.
Read an article today that pepsi co is going into the craft pop business in fountains. Looks like jones soda got someones attention. Once again the big fish will be able to get the fountains in place before jones does. Guess we will see how this unfolds.
Well written, and I really can't argue with it. All I will say, is I wish that Reed would have offered more for JSDA back then, and maybe, together, Both Jones and Reed would be kickin it. For no more staff than jsda has, they appear to be making a small come back. It's not the ramp up all here want to see, the huge revenue runup, just steady strides. I for one like what I see, and believe it or not, I'm seeing product in stores that discontinued it years ago, for distrbuition problems. It is just possible, that Jones might show some moderate improvement this ear. I don't care as much about showing a huge profit, I want to see a steady increase in revs. Sooner the better.
your figures do not take into account the exchange rate fluctuation. To bad you look at your equation through glasses that are blurred.
I'd like to see you call in this week, and voice your "Innovative" advice to Jennifer Cue. Since it's live and streaming, I might just ask that question for you, since you hold no shares.....
SOme here speculate this is being manipulated, I guess at some point after the close today we will see.
This could actually be the first Q in years that they show a small profit. Jennifer Cue has proven herself, and now those holding the "Baggies" will be rewarded.It's been a long time coming. If Chipoltle happens or any other huge fountain deal, Katy bar the door, it will be up there with REED. Not in stock price, but in Valuation price. I can see a .80 to .90 cent stock price later this summer if and only if they can execute well this summer. Product on the shelf, no failures, no broken glass, no excuses. The turnaround just may be working.
I guess you could say the buyers and sellers are "Comfy" at where the share price is. Guess we'll know more on Thursday.....
Trading with this kind of action is interesting. Keep riding it down.......
If the turnaround has turned around, could be bad. Unfortunately, good or bad, you will know next thursday. I think they'll be some surprises.
Stranger things have happened. If Chipoltle agrees to put soda machines in some of their sites as a trial, this stock will be sitting at a buck a share in no time at all. Blink of an eye.
You would think on a day when it's down 300 pts that this would drop like a rock, NOPE it was up, on huge volume,,,,,,,,, just kidding, on the volume.
All reports would have gone through the SEC, and would have been reported. As Nuttie so eloquently puts it; "Dilutional Longs"; it is kind of funny that given all the shares that have been given to board members, that none of them have been sold.