Don' think Jack as it might be too taxing on your remaining two brain cells.
Maybe your girlfriend Shawna could apply for the job but she would probably eat the profits, huh?
Question for those that have held the stock for quite awhile....obviously a stock like this has to be very seasonal. How does the stock do during the winter months? Would obviously think Spring and Summer are the most profitable but want to get others opinions.
That's make a difference Jack not "make a different".
You and Shawna are obviously drinking something other than Coke.
Can you just go back and bother people on the BGS message board?
It crashed because of the "countdown to bankruptcy" that I placed on the stock. I called the decent back when the stock traded between $10 and $11 per share. If you doubt this go back and check the message board for yourself...it was an unbelievable prediction that indeed came to fruition.
My "countdown" has been imitated several times over the last four years.
All the other answers given here are unfounded, mine is the ONLY one of substance.
insight? You call that babble insight?
Even with today's gain the stock is still down over 15% for the year. Now that's insight.
One thing that I think we can all agree on is that there has been crazy price action the first week for this stock. Opinion seems to be pretty evenly split if we have the next Chipotle or the next Potbelly.
Personally I think the success of this company depends a great deal on what they do with this "new found" money. If they expand to successful area's, use money to remodel stores and bring on fresh and health new products at a reasonable price then indeed they might see further growth in the stock. The fast food industry is very competitive and I think we would all admit LOCO does NOT represent fine dining.
I bought in at $28.28 on the 2nd day of trading and will look to exit at $40.40. I'm very concerned about the overall markets and yes I do realize that the stock has bucked the trend especially today with the DOW down over 317 points. I think as the float and volume decrease you will see the stock trade much more in line with the overall markets.
My philosophy has always been a small profit is better than a small (or large) loss and I'm willing to keep to that strategy here.
The problem is the market is not about to go green anytime soon...major correction is FINALLY here and will take LOCO down with it.
If one can't see the nose on their face they deserve to lose a lot of money.