Wait, be patient. It's being traded lower day after day for a reason. If you buy now, you will kick yourself next week when it is at twenty five cents a share.
So this company and it's stock has been a joke for years now. Quarter after quarter of losses and declining revenues. Down to their last credit facility, she now says, "I'm all in". If this were Warren Buffet making this statement, the stock would be up 140 quadrillion percent. Since it's a failed company, and a CEO who has been uttering the same rhetoric for 2 years now, I find myself hesitant to believe any perception put forward. However, anytime a CEO says I'm all in, makes you second guess yourself???
Today is your opportunity to buy it below .60 cents. Don't think, just buy buy buy.....If you don't load the truck up now, you'll regret it later.
If she pulls this off, she can go rock climbing with PVS. She was on the train the first time it left the station.
yep, that was me that made reference to the investing guru, buffet. I merely wanted to point out the fact that when CEO's invest their own money, that is a good thing. I am not a trader here, I want to be clear about that. I have been an investor in this company since the early years. The concept and products are sound. All we really have needed is a captain at the helm. PVS, Mr. BikeeRicci, Mr. Whoopass meissner, and I think I'm missing one, anyhow, they were NOT leaders. I have always appreciated Mrs. Cue's Calls, and her business awkwardness, at those calls. The Texas distribution may be the real eye opener here. Look at the $$$ they borrowed to furnish product to start it up. If it were not for the expanded area, there would have been no need for borrowing. She even commented that it would be paid back shortly. I wonder what else is cooking at HQ??? Perception, it's key.
4 horrible CEO's. Each one had an an agenda, that failed. They have never worked out the kinks of distribution, and their "Special" flavors that make you puke were total failures. They seem to be gaining traction in some of their core market areas once again. With 40 million shares it won't likely go that high ever again. Survival mode is still the theme here....
yes, I concur.
Management has been less than stellar, and somewhat vague.
I can hardly wait to call in and make them squirm. I sick and tired of the excuses, and rhetoric.
Somebody(s) has been selling very aggressively the last two weeks, driving this down from .42 to actually dump shares one morning, (5000), to sell them at .35. It's been interesting to watch to see how low it was going to go. Unfortunately, it looks like .37 is the floor. Now we go higher till the report the first week of august. Good luck to all who buy today and monday as it heads higher. I realize I said .25, but that was a nuttie moment and now way it goes there. See ya all at a buck after the report. Just remember the pendulum swings both ways, and it swung to far to the low side, Catch it as it it swings the other way: HIGHER.
I wonder why management has done nothing to at least try to make an attempt at shoring up stock price. I guess we may be heading to .25 cents by the first week of August. Pretty sad that this company and it's stock actually had credibility a few years back. Now I am wondering how soon J.C. throws in the towel? It has got to be close. Would any serious investor buy shares here or even at a lower price hoping to see what? Another Fiat fiasco? I will call in on the call in august and ask some tough questions. Whoopass is gone, Seasonals are gone, Whats next? The whole company gone? When will management and the board, (the board of directors, what a joke that is), ever come up with a relevant business plan?
don't be so hard on J.C. and the rest of the board of nuts. They are still in their "Turnaround" phase. At least 6 more quarters before we see any change......twenty-five cent stock in 2 weeks? or can thet pull a rabbit outta that hat????