Look at the hostile work environment case ... pretty bad what some minorities have to put up with just to make a small living!
Institutional investors are becoming very socially responsible, whether they want to or not ... when they get into their RICK due diligence, that case in Texas with the dark-skinned guy could be a problem for them.
TOWN vs. COSTCO
Customers get a bargain / Customers get a bargain
Employees are overpaid / Employees are overpaid
Members pay no dues / Members pay dues
Big overhead eats profits / Small overhead from junky stores
Shareholders get zip / Shareholders net small profits from dues
Dez Bryant could hold out, but some reports say he has financial problems.
He could have invested in RICK ... that could explain a financial problem.
Saw the Dukes of Hazard going off TV.
What a shame ... Catherine Bach was hot!!!
WSJ recently doubled its subscription prices - not really worth it now. You can get more accurate information here for free!!!!
Institutional investors won't touch this stock. Watch and you will see!
Yes, one can trace it back. Bruinsfan, jjnsc and probably others are the CEO. Bruinsfan got careless. Some of the posts contain info. that show intimate knowledge of financial stats, the same lingo in the conference calls - or more telling, wouldn't be public knowledge - particularly when he said the Pole Tax adjustment had already been made at Jaguar's. Also, Bruinsfan mentioned the cabs ... so it's a lot more than one screen name.
RCI (formerly, Group RCI; formerly Resort Condominiums International) is a division of the firm Wyndham Worldwide (spin-off from Cendant).
Actually, I was fooled for awhile. If you ignore the name calling posters, there were two posters with sophisticated financial knowledge saying to buy and the stock was going to $25 and $50.
"Looking forward to finishing this year and starting next year for RICK"
Couldn't wait until Letter to Shareolders?
You can figure out who Alex is ... at least Alex is a real person.
jjnsc (same as Bruinsfan) is a mythical money manager that usually replies to Bruinsfan posts and:
1) Owns 1-2% of RICK.
2) Reports to the SEC on 13F.
3) Wishes he could buy more RICK but it's too illiquid.
4) Thinks the stock is going to $50.
5) Spends all his time researching RICK and knows every little thing about the company ... just like the CEO does.
6) Is careful to make a few spelling changes from Bruinsfan: So BombShells might be bombshells.
Oh sure ... a real institutional money manager posts on the Yahoo MB!!! Remember what RJ said - once he got a real securities industry job, he could no longer post!
Clearly Pole Tax and NY Labor case resolutions gave a big boost. Street is only looking for big events like that!!! And ... there's nothing left in that class!
So, just looking at operations, restaurant sector doesn't look that promising. I would probably play the REIT card again. I mean ... how many times are people going to fall for the REIT trick?
Cab drivers explain why the oil patch bust will seriously hurt RICK' s business!!!
I would theorize they are going to make an offer to buy the place. Depending on what they have to pay, that might be good. How could they not be in NO? Dumb to have given that up!