I don't understand why you are so bullish ... it's pretty much worthless after NYC suit is lost - or settled with big settlement - and Pole Tax is paid.
Yeah ... it looks pretty much like VCGH.
Wanted to buy a strip bar; you got a breastaurant. Brestaurants face brutal head-to-head competition in an overly crowded field. When you see two breastaurants across the street from each other, one has to wonder how much room there is for future growth.
He's not the only one ... the Street is missing a few things. First, you are not going to see some little settlement in NY; it's substantial liability even if settled ... but it probably won't be settled. Second, the arbitration clause probably works for the new dancers, but it doesn't help with the former ones ... so RICK has to get past the lawsuit... then the future is bright. Third, if the plaintiffs bust RICK, the CEO probably doesn't care to an extent. The company will declare bankruptcy; then the court will put it up for sale. He and a few friendly investors could buy it out of bankruptcy. His stock would be worthless, but he would own more like 90% of the co. instead of about 15% or whatever he has now. You know ... if something like this goes bankrupt, outside bidders aren't going to come in. This is a really hard concept to get ... the company can live on in bankruptcy, but the shareholders get wiped out. Yeah, how about something like GM? Happens all the time!
Yahoo email ...then is reviewed by the NSA; forwarded to Pres. Obama; all after passing to Chinese Red Army HQ.
Well, do your own due diligence ... they don't!
You know ... Banc Funds Manager.
Well, since they borrow to finance the clubs, it's pretty much like that ... until they have to pay the loans back. Then they raise more capital ... and on and on until ....
Show up late for work and your employer fines you.
Employer tells you what to wear.
Employer tells you how to dance.
Good luck on getting that SJ ruling reversed!
No, you are too bullish. Earnings are an accounting gimmick ... plaintiffs want real money!
Don't know the difference between a "collective action" and a "class action."