okay. Do some digging there amputee. Instead of cutting me to shreads, go back and look at insider buys in the first 9 months last year. You may be correct that they do have zillions of shares in options, that I can not argue. I would however point out, that regardless of the options, unless they correct the downhill slalom of declining revies, those options, along with the other 30 million shares will be worthless. I enjoy a good show, and this one's been playing out for over a year now. If the distributor in Texas works out, who knows. The thing I have to wonder about is that distributor. Say they did the deal, in February? Or whenever this year? If they sold it to the distributor, or advanced it to the distributor, when will all of the costs and revenues associated with that deal show up? Q-1 or Q-2? It will be interesting to see if they try to show that as revenue in Q-1? Just a thought. If they don't show some improvement on the revenue side, we will see the 30 cent range the first week of May, after they release Q-1 figures.
man ole man, I had to use fingers and toes to count all those zero's on that one order.....
hahahahahahahahahaha somebody is sniffin up shares.....
Maybe an insider is really going to buy some shares????
No. I do not enjoy any of this. I own this stock. What I find incredible, was the huge drop in revenues, over a poor quarter a year ago. Revenues continue to drop. I do not and can not tolerate their conference calls. When they chuckle and make light of how horrible things are. Excuse after Excuse. If I performed at my job like that, my boss would show me the door. The Board of dummies of this company are absolutely worthless. I think they have a god core brand, and some niffty ideas, it is just really sad the way their product continues to disappear off shelves, and never seen in stores again. In a specific case, I contacted the company when I seen product vanish off the shelf. At one time the Hyvee store I frequent had shelf space for bottles and cans in the pop aisle, 24c in the organic section, whoopass in the cooler with other monster and other drinks, and they even had a cooler at the front of the store with jones soda in a cooler, right alongside the big boys, coke and pepsi. Now the products exist no where in the store. They still have 30 or so bttles in the backroom that will eventually get thrown away. This story has been repeated at several stores across the midwest. The Company did contact me and told me they would look into it. 2 months later; nothing, no contact and no pop. The Jones company has not a clue on how to restore store footprint after it's been pulled off shelves. I see continued revenue reductions going forward because the folks in charge haven't a clue. It really is a sad story. It's being run into the ground. Enjoyment? Does this sound Like I'm enjoying this? I am not.
it's still early in the game. When most here see this as a forty cent stock , and the volume dies out, the stock price will fall. Watch and learn. Their revenues continue to fall. Their turnaround story is more like a turndown story. Sad but true.
"We care about shareholder value".... remember that comment? This CEO is no different from any of the other CEO's this company has had. All have been egotistical and all about themselves.
oops.......43 .....44.... look at my call from yesterday....My prediction of .43. I'm no oracle, just a Realist. Look for upper .30's next week. No sales, No revenues, No hope. DOA
wow! and I thought I was being harsh, Tuesday and Wednesday. I kept saying that I have seen stores completely do away with product, and this quarter was no surprise to me. I'm actually surprised that she mentioned all the "new" items yesterday. It's kinda sad that the only guidance they have ever given is at the conference calls in the way of a shareholder bashing over the skull. I still appreciate the dude that called in yesterday seeking insider support for today's massacre. Maybe a 20% haircut for the longs is a cheap price to pay? I would guess that Jennifer Cue is looking for another job today. Instead of focusing on the core brand her and Carrie Trainer are focusing on polishing up the Resumes. It is a great company with some good ideas. It just seems that the pricetag is one goofy CEO after another. Oh well on to the first week of may and another thrashing.
actually it's not three months. The next report which will include sales to TEXAS, Walmart, and COSTCO, will be included in the q-1 which we will get the first week of May. So technically it will only be 2 months of endless floating.....
with revenues decreasing every quarter, for the last 20 quarters why would they have to tap anything? Other than a keg for the going out of business party.
I don't like to gloat. So I won't. I am saddened to see this company continue to stub their toe. Pretty Sad. A 32% drop in revenue? Incredible
you may think I am a dumbo, However, that being stated, one must look past the name calling and recognize that in fact I do know what I am talking about. I give Carrie Trainer, and CEO Jennifer Cue high marks for attempts and hurdling over the bar, They have fallen short on distribution, and follow through. I really think that in a years time we might see some improvement, until then, it's going to flatline.
I wonder what hype will occur today? Maybe we'll hear they sold a hundred bottles of the newly released retired flavor that did not sell the first time around. Give me a break. picture on a bottle, that is all the innovation they have. Sad.