I purchased ISRG over ten years ago and presently have an over 2,000% gain on my initial purchase. I purchased EDAP more recently and have a 200% gain right now. However, I believe that EADP's long run gain will follow that of ISRG. A little patience is all that this will take.
You can, of course, completely write off GMCR at this point in time. After all, it is only one of many coffee producers out there. But, when you put on your thinking cap and examine this matter a little more carefully, you will see that, if you wish to go to your food store and purchase some coffee off of one of its shelves, you will see that you have an excellent chance of purchasing a coffee product made by Green Mountain.
As of the present time, only 16% of GMCR's stock is owned by Coke. But, in the back of my mind, I believe that, within the next calendar year, Coke will purchase all of GMCR's stock. The price of this purchase should exceed $150/share.
............is that MENB MUST be one of the greatest stocks out there in which to invest. We should see its share price climb to greater that $1/share tomorrow. How can any investor doubt this?
.....requires me to look into the stocks that they buy with a more careful evaluation than would be the case with other purchases. Of outside investors, none have more than 4% of NLNK's shares except Fidelity, which holds 13%. Together with the comments of others on this board, I tend to overlook the 25% of NLNK shares which have been sold short and begin a careful evaluation of a possible BUY of NLNK.
Despite a careful review, I can find no logical reason why GMCR has had this huge buying splurge. I guess that I will simply have to attribute this to some new people on this channel believing that there "must" be some very positive, yet hidden, news.
The Street just lowered its recommendation of JST from BUY to HOLD. But, their comments on JST were absolutely golden. They are total idiots and their recommendation is worse than useless.
SBS currently has a price/earnings ratio of 6. It is way, way undervalued. Do not sell untl we get above $15/share. Please.
Yes. I don't. But when some crazy investment house that knows nothing about SBS claims that this is a SELL, you had better put on your galoshes before you wade into the stream. Perhaps SBS's price/earnings ratio is far too high at 6.0. Recognize that this stock gained over 1000% over the past ten years and I believe that, over the next year, we should see a significant upward price move. But, please, not in your bare feet!
Peculiar the way just a couple of people have been able to drop JST's share price, evidently with no obvious benefit to them. Looks weirder when one sees JST's low P/E ratio.
The last news posted on JST was over ten days ago.
Yet, JST moved up 10% in price yesterday, with the average Chinese stock, as indicated by FXI, moving down 1%.
If I might be so bold to enquire, can someone post some sort of an explanation of this move?
which had bought GMCR for about $103-$109/share decided to get out by 10:00AM today. That was just about all of the loss in GMCR for today. But it is amazing when I examine the coffees at my super market. Almost every brand was prepared by Green Mountain. Just about every month, another brand joins the GMCR parade!
That really isn't too bad. Is it?
Anyone who has read Greenberg's comments today must certainly recognize that he is 100% CRAZY. How can this idiot keep blasting GMCR as it keeps going UP and UP and UP?
The "Goldman" recommending this stock has absolutely nothing to do with that famous brokerage, Goldman Sachs. The use of "Goldman" in this way is a scam of the worst degree.
JST is now up three times its value ten years ago and over ten times its value 12 years ago. But, it still sells at a price/earnings ratio of only 7.
Another really great buy right now is SBS, which is a victim of Brazil's horrible return over the past year. It currently sells for ten times its price 10 years ago, yet its price/earnings ratio is only 7.
Both of these stocks are amazing values right now.
..............they can to bring GMCR down regardless of its great sales/earnings reported yesterday. In the end, I believe that their efforts will prove fruitless.
JST's recent sales/earnings were really beyond what most analysts were considering or expecting. JST's shares did rise slightly in price, but, with such marvelous growth, one would expect a P/E greater than 7. Two years ago, its P/E was over 20. I believe that we shall return to the days of rising share price much sooner than later.
Sentiment: Strong Buy