They had a rough quarter. I think the big concern is same-store sales. EPS was OK. Revenue was a miss, but they continue to grow. I sold half on the news, and I'm looking to buy back. I still see this as a good long-term investment as an underweight.
I'm thinking .20-.21 with a slight raise. At this price, .18 won't hurt us if the revenue is strong.
Could you at least wait for the product to be in the stores? It's no wonder that you get so many thumbs down.
Demos are one of the best things SODA can do. However, they need to improve the quality so that a demo is a hands-on experience for the customer.
Isn't the market a neutral zone where one looks for opportunities? Seth advertises himself as a swing trader--last time I checked anyway.