PROFITS FOR ALL! Days to cover expiring, bottom players taking gains, short positions day traders riding the manic swings, and longs just like me enjoying the previous dip. Thank you all.
Technically I see the all natural Jones Soda strategy a good marketer. But, remember Izzy brands? Basically the Izzy brands was a small publicly traded company until it wasmacquired by Pepsi . Izzy did not have the funds to market or leverage sales. Jones soda brands is both unique and good. With Pepsi now being in the natural food store shelves, Coca~Cola will also want the benefits of the health food sales sector too. This is were the Natural Jones soda brand come to play. If Pepsis Izzy brands are domination the natural food store shelves, then Coca Cola would want to take an established natural store brands image as an acquisition. Mainly to shake the companys mass production image. This is quite complicated and simple. Now, if Reeds took a majority position in Jones and continued to produce Jone, aided in marketing Jones naturals sodas, then the Jones brands would benefit Reeds on three fronts. Firstly, depending on the Jones soda brands natural foods venture success,, Reeds would benefit from Jones as a contract proction client, secondly, Reeds would benefit from the JSDA holdings, and, thirdly, Reeds would make more complicate for Coca Cola from acquiring either, REED or JSDA. Izzy should cheap to Pepsi, but the brands will fetch hundreds of million. Drop the bias between REED and JSDA.
Pepsis Izzy brands are over shadowing Reeds at Whole Foods. Bigger solection is needed and Jones would be a major contributer. Hey, Reeds CEO said he would acquire JSDA at 27 cents a share? Did he? At these levels, even a major equity position and production marketing of natural brands into organic stores would means huge profits for the company.
This property sale will stimulate the local economies. I am betting that the construction crews who renovate the site to school facilities will be seeing Brick Brewing Company quite a bit.
This rather reminds me of Apple's turning point at $17'sh. Quite a potent ability. Nemesis to BBRY is that most venture capital are Googlelated! BlackBerry is better in its' own rite. Justly, new capital along with engineers, looking for a bottom to top opportunity should find this company quite compelling.