This a a humorous stock. What is more humorous are the delusional stockholders. I was one of these people over a year ago, until I learned. Made sense, until it didn't make sense from a business point of view. Having stocks is about making money, not trying to save the world, it is very difficult to have both.
No volume. Highly controlled stock, I'm not writing that it is illegal. How did this stock fall beneath the radar? You can do well in it, if you get the timing right, which is of course difficult to get. Best time to buy is when it corrects, which it is doing now. This is a crazy stock to own.
It looked good to me. Beat estimates. Alot of people are playing with this stock. WFM will be over 40 soon. If you bought recently as a long, you should do well. What's next now?
Farmers markets are expensive, what are you writing? You always pay more on the "road." Also, not everyone lives near a farm.
I do sympathize and agree with the Tea Party's premise, government can't govern. But now, what is the role of gov't? Have limited gov't, depends on what you mean by limited gov't. We are going to cut the military, medicare/medicaid and Social Security too? No, we need the jobs that they produce and who is going to help grandma pay bills? So we only cut 12% of the gov't, how's that going to help the big picture? The US gov't is too big and too all inclusive, we are stuck. Imagine if you are tea party congress person with a military base or a big military contractor in your district, you going to get that cut? Heck no. So what's the point?
Why not, wouldn't you? You got a President and Congress that don't get along. You got a Congress that doesn't govern. You got one side of congress that has a crazy right wing agenda that co-ops the other part of there party. You got a stubborn president that doesn't like to talk to the right or the left. Now they threaten lawsuits and impeachment of the president and that is suppose to make the president warm and fuzz now?
Take credit where you can, let history figure the rest out.
Look at the rise of these financial/gambling TV and internet shows. Cramer is the best example - song and dance man, trying to be a professional money businessman that you should "trust."
What I discovered is you DO NOT need Cramer, you can do the samething and make money.
That's why you take these analysts with a grain of salt. We are suppose to due our DD on companies, but when we get suspect information from these analysts it throws the system off, which I believe already existed since the Tech Bubble. There was so much money in the Tech/Internet Bubble good ole days, that analyst got more polluted than they were already. Greed and Vanity were partners, which still exist even today, imo.
So if we do get a correction eventually, the stocks goes down, but as we all know the stocks go up again and past there old highs, that's the way the game works. But do you have enough cash on the sidelines when this eventual correction will happen, so you can profit from it in the short term, which will lead into the long term? Then the whole cycle begins again. The problem having cash on the sidelines, is it is not making money, just a note. Buy good companies and you will do well, as simple as that. Corrections or Bull Runs, it doesn't matter.
You are too positive about MONIF or unless you are full of it and a pumping machine. I can't figure it out - sometimes you are reasonable and other times not. From my vast experience lurking on these dopey boards, you are playing us. Nothing illegal about it, but worth noting though. Honestly, I don't need your possible charade to make a decision on MONIF, but everyone has there way of doing things, whether it works or not is irrelevant. The Big Boys make the real decision where this stock goes, not us poor retail inestors. We are only here for the ride, to pick up the scraps.
As you stated, this is long and wouldn't worry whether you bought it a .71 or .81 or 1.00 or 1.38. Of course if you can get some shares at a lower price that is great, but when it is said and done, it won't matter. Unless you are the kind of person that beats themselves up over minor business lapses.
for Mockingjay? Last year when Catching Fire came out we had the opposite, I wonder if this year will be different. Last year was profit taking after a stellar stock year, but now we don't have that same situation.
I hope it doesn't trip up along the way. We don't want it stumbling around in some hazy world. The product must be good have a a good distribution network so the stock goes higher and maintain this for a long period of time, not just in the short term.